Enterprise 2.0 conference day 3 keynotes OK, more live-waving in here – actual blogposts coming up too (but these need more time than this reckless note-taking): tags: boston, conference, enterprise2.0 Twitter Facebook Del.icio.us Reddit
Just figured out a big minus of those kind of notes taking. Waves (in this usecase) are more or less information silos. At least for me – monitoring keywords – figuring out trends and trying to find relevance all my “standard” tools are useless.
At the moment I try to analyze from different conference reports the key concepts and the glue between like: http://www.cyber-junk.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/e20_and-300×118.png
Compared to standard Blogposts + comments this simply does not work with Wave.
Thanks for your e2.0 conference notes. Enjoyed them! I’d love to hear your experiences with live blogging using Wave (in another post). What are the pro’s and con’s?
Thx for the comments – indeed the closed and never-finished nature of waves make them less usable from a search-engine (or even web as platform) point of view.
I assume that to make full use of wave one must accept it’s character of “collaborative editing platform” and play along its strengths, ie. synchronous editing and the embedding of external stuff and gadgets. It’s a nice tool then, add to this some discipline and structured approach in avoiding the weaknesses and you’ve got a neat tool not only for live-blogging but also for community building etc. (publish summaries of collaborative edited waves as blogposts on multiple sites? add the wave to prepare the next community event that builds upon the current one? and more)