Month: October 2014

The Web 2.0 Collaboration Tools Every Knowledge Worker Should Know

A tag cloud (a typical Web 2.0 phenomenon in itself) presenting Web 2.0 themes. From Wikipedia.Web 2.0” has matured to a stage where it can be seen which products have “won” or “lost” in the marketplace (although as I write this, I realize there are usually a few tools in each category that are prevalent).  Much of Web 2.0 has been about social media, including social networking services and blogs, but it has also offered many different tools that can be used to collaborate on projects, and the Free Culture / Open Content movement (including Free/Libre/Open Source Software) has been leading the way on improving methods of collaboration.

It would behoove any “white collar” job seeker to learn these tools.

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