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Some of you may have read -- either here or elsewhere -- about one of the social-media projects that I've been involved with at the Globe, a joint venture with the Dominion Institute known as the Public Policy Wiki. We started the wiki in January, as a way of soliciting input from concerned Canadians about…

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After about 15 years writing about business and technology for both the print and the online versions of the Globe and Mail, I moved into a newly-created job a few months ago as the Globe's "Communities Editor." It's still evolving, but in a nutshell my job involves thinking about, developing and implementing new ways of…
With the tabling of the federal budget this afternoon (which we are live-blogging), the Globe's first experiment in merging public-policy debate and social-media tools -- the Public Policy Wiki, a joint venture with the Dominion Institute -- comes to a kind of conclusion, but the discussion that we helped start about the economy will continue…

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Although it is still very much in "beta" mode (and possibly even alpha), I'd like to talk about a new project that the newspaper I work for -- the Globe and Mail in Toronto -- has just launched along with the Dominion Institute, a project aimed at capturing some of your thoughts and ideas about…

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Okay, someone explain this to me: Intel, a company that makes microprocessors, is backing and selling -- but not profiting from -- a suite of "Enterprise 2.0" software for companies that includes blogging software (Typepad), a wiki (Socialtext), and RSS feed software (Simplefeed and Newsgator), called Suite Two. Is the microchip giant hoping that a…

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