This has all happened before. In 2001 "Knowledge Management" was all the buzz. Everyone had to have it. IDC was predicting a massive market for this new sector ($5.4 Billion by 2004). How's your IBM KDS server doing these days?
Social Sandy does not approve.
I don't get it. Did she comment somewhere?
P.S. Thanks for the link.
You wish. I don't think we need to ask.
I think some bigger companies could profit from having an internal http://stackexchange.com/ like platform.
Neither Knowledge Nancy and Portal Patty approve either.
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