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Podcast: Activity Streams of the Future, with Alan Lepofsky
Bruce Elgort    

Last Thursday Julian Robichaux and I spoke with Alan Lepofsky, analyst at Constellation Research Group, about the current and future state of Activity Streams in the enterprise. Our discussion included:

  • What’s the difference between streams of information like Facebook and Twitter, and what we’ll see in business in the coming months and years?
  • Considerations about filters, and making sure important information gets seen
  • How does analytics play into all this?
  • Is there truly “one stream to rule them all”, or does certain information need to be siloed?
  • What about my inbox?!?
  • Where will mobile devices fit into this picture?
  • Once this all gets going, what are some of the advantages (obvious or not) with having a stream-friendly enterprise?

For more on what Alan has to say on the subject, also check out his Making Activity Streams More Manageable blog post from last week, and find him on Twitter at @alanlepo.

This show runs 41:14.

Listen now >




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Feb 12, 2012
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RIP – Domino Designer (the dog)
Mon, Sep 15th 2014 7:57a   Bruce Elgort
Gayle and I are sad to report that our twelve-year-old beloved dog Domino Designer crossed the rainbow bridge. Domino was a very sweet male English Springer Spaniel who was an amazing loyal companion. He passed peacefully at home with family and his dog sister Bella. Rest in peace my friend. [read] Keywords: domino
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Coming Soon: Up and Running with IBM Connections
Sun, Sep 14th 2014 1:00p   Bruce Elgort
Not yet a Lynda.com subscriber? Try it out free for seven days. [read] Keywords: connections ibm
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Classes I am Teaching at Clark College this Fall
Mon, Sep 1st 2014 9:20a   Bruce Elgort
For the Fall Quarter I will be teaching the following courses at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington: CTEC 121 (class full): Intro to Programming and Problem Solving (Python) – 5 credits CTEC 122 (class full): HTML Fundamentals (HTML/HTML5/CSS) – 4 credits CTEC 122 (seats available): HTML Fundamentals. This class will be for the Vancouver Public Schools iTech Program at Washington State University (HTML/HTML5/CSS) – 4 credits  CTEC 126 (seats available): JavaScript – [read] Keywords: css javascript python
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Congratulations Chris Martin
Mon, Aug 25th 2014 8:24a   Bruce Elgort
At the Clark College graduation ceremonies in June, Chris Martin was awarded the “Exceptional Faculty Award“. The Clark College Exceptional Faculty Awards are presented annually to full-time and part-time faculty members in recognition of exemplary work performance, positive impact on students, professional commitment, and other contributions to the college. Nominations are submitted by Clark College students, faculty, classified employees, administrators, alumni, Board members, [read] Keywords:
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And I’m Off to Lynda!
Sun, Aug 3rd 2014 7:05a   Bruce Elgort
Today I am flying down to Carpenteria, California to record the “Up and Running with IBM Connections” video learning series for Lynda.com. The current course outline has some 35+ videos covering, Profiles/People, Communities, Files, Activities, Blogs, Ideation Blogs, Forums, Status Updates and much more. I will be returning on Saturday, August 9th. Let the fun begin! If you are interesting in a free 7 day Lynda.com trial, you can start right here. [read] Keywords: connections ibm
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Seven Microsoft MTA’s Completed
Sat, Jul 19th 2014 10:06a   Bruce Elgort
Earlier this week I completed my seventh Microsoft Certified Technology Associate (MTA) exam. The test was the “HTML5 Application Development Fundamentals (Exam 98-375). This exam focussed on the following: Managing the Application Life Cycle Building the User Interface by Using HTML5: Text, Graphics, and Media Building the User Interface by Using HTML5: Organization, Input, and Validation Understanding CSS Essentials: Content Flow, Positioning, and Styling Understanding CSS Essentials: L [read] Keywords: administration application css database development interface javascript microsoft networking security




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Chris Lema: Getting the first two minutes of your talk right
Tue, Jul 15th 2014 7:59p   Bruce Elgort
As with anything, writing or speaking is something you get better at over time. The more you do it, the calmer you get, the more muscle memory you have, and ultimately, the faster you can get things done. But when it comes to speaking, I notice that there are people who’ve been speaking for years and they continue to make a classic mistake every time they start a talk. Don’t get me wrong – it’s not a horrible mistake. But it’s done so often, by so many people, that it’s easy to not t [read] Keywords: twitter
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Video Training for IBM Connections
Fri, Jul 11th 2014 11:28a   Bruce Elgort
I’m happy to announce that I have been hired by Lynda.com to author a video series entitled “Up and Running with IBM Connections”.  I have been collaborating with IBM’s Luis Benitez on this effort and he has been great to work with. My producer at Lynda, Jonathan Sears is awesome as well. I have to say that the experience has been amazing. A huge hat tip also to my friend Jess Stratton for hooking me up with Lynda.com and for being an amazing coach and resource. Stay tu [read] Keywords: connections ibm
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Veteran Blogger Brill Picked to Lead IBM’s Social Business Transformation
Mon, Jul 7th 2014 6:12p   Bruce Elgort
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Completed: Microsoft Security Fundamentals MTA Exam
Wed, Jun 11th 2014 9:15p   Bruce Elgort
Today I took and passed the Microsoft Security Fundamentals MTA exam. This is the fifth MTA I have taken since February. The next test I plan on taking is the Networking Fundamentals MTA. After that exam it’s onto the app dev series of exams. These MTA’s lead to the Microsoft Certified Software Developer certification. The exam topics include HTML5, .NET, Software Testing and several others. [read] Keywords: microsoft networking security




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