“Jill Bolte Taylor: My stroke of Insight”

Jill Bolte Taylor, a brain researcher had a brain explosion, which led to some of her most powerful creative insights. Her insights were captured in slow motion after she realized a blood vessel had exploded in her brain. She watched, ringside as her brain function shut down her motion, speech, memory, and self-awareness. But most fascinating, the opposite hemisphere of her brain - still intact,...

February 18th, 2009 by Enogg 

Welcome to EnoggIn

In this series, Enogg will explore the world and host an open  discussion on just about anything. As you know, we stay away from religion and politics but everything else is fair game. Keep coming back for more posts and interesting discusions.
February 2nd, 2009 by Enogg 

WiKi Adoption Days 15-21

Day 15: Request Procedure & Retention Policy By establishing a request procedure for wiki spaces this will evolve the wiki and help manage the demand and growth. This helps establish a retention policy for the wiki which will keep the content fresh and active. Day 16: Afraid to Share? Here's how to help when someone is afraid to share knowledge on the wiki: Day 17: How Open or Closed...

February 1st, 2009 by Enogg 

WiKi Adoption Days 8-14

Day 8: Meeting Agenda A wiki allows you to post a meeting agenda in one location and notify participants via email. If changes are made to the agenda, everyone on the team will have immediate access to the same up-to-date version. Day 9: Meeting Minutes A wiki can be used to take notes during meetings. Typically, each person takes notes during a meeting, but by using a wiki, meeting...

February 1st, 2009 by Enogg 

Building Your WiKi: Adoption Days 1-7

Day 1: Grassroots - Starting Your Wiki Introduce a wiki through collaborative input from your community or employees. Gaining grassroots support and finding evangelizing users will help build momentum for your wiki. Try not to make it mandatory but make it fun and rewarding. You will develop adaptions that work for your environment. Day 2: Wiki vs. Email A wiki is a central depository. An...

February 1st, 2009 by Enogg 

WiKi 101 And 21 Days of Wikis

You may be familiar with the famous wiki from Wikipedia, a huge contributors’ knowledge warehouse. But there is more to a wiki. Much more... After a long airplane ride to Honolulu International Airport, you may recall boarding the infamous shuttle named the Wiki Wiki Bus. It seemed to zoom by every 20 minutes, unless you were in a hurry, which isn’t the best way to start out your Hawaiian...

February 1st, 2009 by Enogg