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June 16, 2010


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your thoughts on A McAfee's 4th E2.0 tension between "stability & flux" resonated with me - been using E2.0 tools to deal with my world in manufacturing which has moved from highly stable to highly dynamic.

E2.0 tools & social media have been my lifeline over the last 2 years in staying on top of international trade requirements in World Trade Organization context - technical barriers to trade. There is such an abundance of information available - but the key is quick access to the right areas. RSS'ing feeds from these areas into Outlook Mozilla Thunderbird or GoogleReader then allows me to share this info with others; and to filter key elements into a Wiki - to further share inside the Enterprise.

Recently I drew up a mud map to show the change in nature of our activities - with a comment on the shift from reactive to proactively keeping on top of emerging trends in international trade. I couldn't have done my job as effectively without tools like this.

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