On a deeper read, I see that the emphasis, as you say, is on the tacit side.
A free download java software package can be found at
that might be useful for what the site calls Event Structure
Analysis. This is all part of text mining, which, I think, should go hand
in hand with blogging.
At 02:12 PM 5/17/2001 +0000, you wrote:
>--- In unrev-II@y..., Jack Park <jackpark@t...> wrote:
> > It's gonna be a while before I plow through the entire article and
> > links, but, on first blush, I don't see all that much (yet) about
> > organizing all those stories into something coherent and
> > useful. Navigation, ontology, etc come to mind.
>My take on this is that "Navigation, ontology, etc" and "something
>coherent" fall more into the category of explicit knowledge. The
>article promotes BLOG'ing for tacit knowledge. The article goes into
>the difference between the two.
>And even for tacit knowledge, I think the BLOG author must
>consciously write "stories" containing knowledge the audience needs.
>Most personal BLOG's don't do anything like useful KM.
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