Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Top 10 Wikipedia lifehacks - What can we learn from this?

Lifehacker is a great site! They have put together a top 10 list of wikipedia tricks.
In quickly scanning these tricks it became apparent to me that this list is the perfect example of how corporate learning content should be accessible.
Think about the MASSIVE amounts of content stored in the Wikipedia system. And the open architecture of the system allows other systems to access and use the wikipedia framework to present, display, and utilize this massive database in many ways and to many different form factors.
If you are still scratching your head just go through a little exercise with me. Close your eyes. In place of wikipedia visulize your corporate intranet. Now look at each of these 10 tricks and ask yourself this..."can I do that with MY enterprise data system"?
If you can' should.

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