Eileen Brown

Eileen Brown is a social media consultant and advisor who has been working with collaborative technologies for over 20 years.

Latest Posts

Typos: Acceptable or unacceptable behavior?

Yesterday I sent an email to a business contact in which I made a simple typo: I used the singular of region when I meant to write regions. A small and understandable mistake, but I felt the need to send a second email calling attention to my error as if to make sure she knew I was not an idiot; I just neglected the poor "S" key.

April 30, 2009 by Jennifer Leggio


Facebook opens up with new Open Stream API

Facebook historically has been the social network known for bringing lots of information in but rarely letting information out. Today, the company announced a new Open Stream API that will allow developers access the home page and profile streams.

April 27, 2009 by Jennifer Leggio


Open APIs for secure social enterprise computing drive innovation

* Jennifer Leggio is at RSA ConferenceGuest editorial by Chet Kapoor and Michael RichardsonAs the "Chief Innovation Officer" now for most enterprises, the CIO needs a new portfolio of social computing capable methodologies to enable collaboration between empowered users inside and adjacent to the organization.

April 23, 2009 by Jennifer Leggio


140-character assassination: Are disclaimers and disclosures needed, or even possible, on Twitter?

* Jennifer Leggio is at RSA ConferenceGuest editorial by Chris GatewoodEach of them being famous in part because of their lack of self-censorship, Courtney Love and Mark Cuban probably surprised no one when they (separately) got themselves in trouble for mouthing off via Twitter.  The reported 140-character assassination engaged in by these two famous folks raises a few questions for those of us who aim to be more judicious in our online tweeting, blogging, and other postings.

April 22, 2009 by Jennifer Leggio

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