Information technology has evolved but has the information communicated through the technology also evolved, or are we communicating the same information as other animals on the planet? This week’s blog considers the information in animal communication.
Information is traditionally categorized as formal and informal information. As information technology removes barriers to communication, is the distinction between formal and informal information still relevant?
I previously outlined a plan to trial the use of Twitter @MangInforg for a month [http://www.managinginformation.org/twitter-trial-1/]. In The Twitter Trial: Part II I start to analyse the data collected during the trial and reflect on the experience.
Twitter has become securely established as a prominent means of social connectivity. It provides an enabling space for interaction that does not differentiate
In this inaugural blog post I am reminded of a comment that I made in my inaugural lecture some years ago: ‘just because you can, does not mean that you should’.