Brief: Government 'blogging'

Phillip Windley, former chief information officer for Utah, has started a Web log (http://www.windley.com). Several times a day, he updates the site with news he finds around the Web, adding his own commentary. Recent articles posted include those on the return on investment offered by Web services, Utah's online sex-offender registry and recent federal legislation.

Although used mostly by people following cultural issues, Web logging, or blogging, can also be used for knowledge management, said consultant Amy Wohl of Wohl Associates, Narberth, Pa., on her own Web log (http://amywohl.weblogger.com/). Agency experts can post and annotate Web pages they find of interest, which then could be indexed by taxonomy software that could present these results to others interested in the topic.

 

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