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ComputerWorld on business blogging

ComputerWorld joins the discussion about blogging in business: Blogs Bubble Into Business

Weblogs began as a personal communications medium, but they're moving into corporations as tools for collaboration and knowledge management.

The article highlights two examples on how blogs are being used. One is a replacement for a paper engineering notebook, and the other is the Naval Underseas Warfar Center project management blog. There is also discussion of the viability of blogging within the enterprise. There are familiar topics about how blogs will benefit the organization as well.

Also note the two sidebars:
Why a Business Blog? talks about potential benefits.
A Collaborative Difference talks about the difference between blogs and other collaboration tools.

Given that this is in ComputerWorld, I am guessing we will see more movement in this arena in the near future.

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