- Livros do Giddens existentes na nossa biblioteca ( 1:30 AM )
- O impacto do Euro na Economia Portuguesa ( 2:35 PM )
- Cadernos de Economia e O Economista ( 2:34 PM )
- Moura, I. e Esperança, J (2003). Estratégias de Internacionalização do Sector Bancário: o caso Português. ISCTE. ( 2:34 PM )
- A Inovação no Sector Bancário em Portugal ( 2:33 PM )
- Internacionalização de Bancos Portugueses, missão dos 4 maiores grupos portugueses ( 2:31 PM )
- Papel das fusões e aquisições na internacionalização da economia ( 2:30 PM)
- Actividade do Sector Bancário em Portugal ( 2:29 PM )
- Banca Portuguesa e internacionalização das economias ( 2:28 PM )
- Para uma Genealogia do Discurso da Globalização da Experiência ( 2:25 PM)
- Banca em Portugal séc. XX ( 2:23 PM )
- Internacionalização da Banca ( 2:22 PM )
quarta-feira, outubro 26, 2005
"The information we will concentrate on are tags for categorizing web resources. This metadata does not only provide semantic information about a resource, but even more important gives clues about people acting in similar ways. That is, adding similar metadata to the same resources. Or: talking about the same topics with similar words. Bringing together people that act and talk similarly corresponds to the idea of merging people's individual contexts to a shared group context. Such shared group contexts provide the basis for recommendation of resources - one aspect of social navigation."
domingo, outubro 16, 2005
- Exchanging views with Hugo, about uses weblogs as tools to foster colaboration inside and outside organizations, and the resistences we face when trying to implement them
- Many people in there (women too ;-) but the talking agenda was far from tools and what we can accomplish with blogs, and more centered on media, journalism and restrospective view of «most important blog list»
- Portuguese blogosphere seems to reflecte Portuguese (man in power) Society (see some further points for reflection, in portuguese, made in here)
- In our session (weblogs in organizational context) our sense of community comes not from portuguese bloggers (guess because there are few portuguese people reflecting and sharing about it), but from a worldwide community
- The physical layouts of our institutions do not foster «conversation feelings» (assimetrical top down layout) thus not helping people to engage the conversation (I'm glad we have blogs ;-)
- The city as a vibrant university population compare to the total number os residents (guess it should make it a privileged place to enrole in phd :)
- The results from the encounter will be published (time was given to submitte final conclusions from each session. Will work on that with Hugo and post in B2OB)
- The next encounter will be hosted by Universidade do Porto
- José Carlos Abrantes made some good suggestions for the next ecounter and he will be organizing more encounters about weblogs, like the one (that i wasn't abble to go) last thursday on Almedina Library
I am still surprised to have been invited... guess it was because i've suggested the topic when they were asking for ideas in the encounter blog (and/or being one of the few talking in Portugal about blogs as tools that help open windows and engage in other conversations :-)
Going to pick up my kids. Like the rest of the participants, i've received my basket with Queijo da Serra, red wine and honey (see Ricardo's picture of the basket). Time to enjoy it enjoy it over dinner.
sexta-feira, outubro 14, 2005
The II National Weblogs Event it's starting, joining bloggers from around Portugal.
It's been a long awaited opportunity for growing awareness and working around the subject of weblogs in organizational context. The working sessions are going to take place today, in the afternoon, at UBI (everyone is welcome to join).
I'm thinking of all the people that encouraged me to mantain B2OB, all the conversations that took place, all the people that I met (online and offline) all the questions that keep growing... it's been more than three years since I started reading about weblogs, and more than two since i started experimenting in different contexts and situations.
But now it's time to get on the road... hoping that some friends show up and that finally we get to know the voices behind the windows.
See you :-)