(which should more than make up a few librarians’ salaries) A FIND/SVP survey discovered 84% of business executives think using a typical Web search engine takes longer than it should because of poor search results. The survey results linked above mention some other executive search habits, but it doesn’t discuss their searching habits (i.e. are [...]
Archive for June 22nd, 2004
(If only!) This article gives a quick look at the movement in corporations to allow employees to blog. It interviews two bloggers I’ve met through the Berkman Center’s blog group: Dave Winer and David Weinberger.
On Monday, the National Public Radio program Talk of the Nation discussed blogging with Lev Grossman, who wrote the article for Time magazine Meet Joe Blog, Dan Gillmor of The San Jose Mercury News, who was at BloggerCon, Steve Rubel of the blog Micro Persuasion, and Ana Marie Cox of wonkette.com. Another blogger and the [...]