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Cutting Through The Information Fog
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Is Facebook at Work an Enterprise Social Network?
According to numerous media reports, Facebook have just (soft) launched their new business oriented "Facebook at Work" application. Given Facebook's ubiquity in the consumer social network space, the Facebook@Work announcement was met with great fanfare, w...

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Come Meet Fogbeam Labs!
So, you've been following our blog, reading our tweets, friend'ing us on Facebook, reading our posts on Hacker News, and you've circled us on Google+, LinkedIn with us, and probably even driven by our homes a few times. Wouldn't you like to stop stalking f...

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Starting Points For Learning About Open Source
I (Phil) have recently been asked to speak on a panel discussing Open Source Software and issues regarding intellectual property, OSS licensing, patents, and how recent changes have affected the Open Source world, etc. This makes sense, given that everythi...

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Why We Don't Want To Be "The Next Red Hat"
Earlier today I read an interesting article at Tech Crunch by Peter Levine , in which he asserts that "there will never be another Red Hat" and more or less lambasts the notion of a company based on Open Source. We are a company based on Open Source. So, I ...

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See our new FogBlog post on what's important to solving the "social" side of #BPM

http://fogbeam.blogspot.com/2014/02/on-solving-social-aspect-of-bpm.html

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On Solving The Social Aspect Of BPM
Over at BPM.com forums Peter Schooff has posed a very interesting question: "What Is the Key to Solving the Social Aspect of BPM?" This is a topic we've thought a lot about, and "social BPM" is very core to use here at Fogbeam Labs, so I wanted to take a mo...

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#TonightAtFogbeam - Cranking "Up All Night" by #Slaughter & hacking on Fogbeam #Heceta, our enterprise search engine

Slaughter - Up All Night

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Dominiek ter Heide is Dead Wrong. The Semantic Web Has Not "Failed"
There is an interesting article at Gigaom right now, by Dominiek ter Heide of Bottlenose in which the author asserts that the Semantic Web has failed, and purports to give the three reasons why it has failed. This is, of course, utter bullocks. I want to t...
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