Organization, learning and new media

Lars Meding is development manager at Malmö University, he co-wrote this text with Bosse Müller who project manager at Malmö University. The text is taken from our publication “Sharing is learning”, about how we generate knowledge together. Facebook, blogs and YouTube have changed the lives of most people. People learn from the knowledge and experience [...]

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Sharing knowledge with wikis

Linda Kiby is Associate Producer at the computer game company Paradox Interactive. The text is taken from our publication “Sharing is learning”, about how we generate knowledge together. A wiki can be an incredible place for a company to gather its knowledge. Not only can it help to retain knowledge when employees move on or [...]

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Creating software with users and customers

Roger Risdal is Business Development Manager at Adobe’s department for Digital Publishing Creative & Interactive Solutions.. The text is taken from our publication “Sharing is learning”, about how we generate knowledge together. Adobe has developed software products in close collaboration with our users for over 25 years. The methods and tools for this purpose have [...]

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Internal communications on Facebook

Petra Berggren is information officer at the cultural administration for the City of Helsingborg, with responsibility for Sofiero Palace and Gardens. The text is taken from our publication “Sharing is learning”, about how we generate knowledge together. Producing enjoyable and inspiring internal communications is a major challenge and something I think many workplaces should work [...]

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Monitoring and validating trends

Caroline McCarthy works on Google’s Trends and Insights team and is a writer and editor of Think Quarterly. The text is taken from our publication “Sharing is learning”, about how we generate knowledge together. Maybe today it seems like everyone’s talking about the photo-sharing application Instagram, or sharing a link to a hilarious commercial for [...]

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Open the door and innovation rolls in

Christer Månsson is CEO at Media Evolution. The text is taken from our publication “Build on others’ work” about how you can create media and build services on data and content that already exist. “To dare is to lose one’s footing momentarily. Not to dare is to lose oneself” – Sören Kirkegaard Mobile and handheld [...]

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Hoist the sail and harness the new force of nature

Joakim Jardenberg is a change advocate and participant in discussions of all aspects of the old, new, digital and social media. The text is taken from our publication “Build on others’ work” about how you can create media and build services on data and content that already exist. There is widespread misunderstanding about a generation [...]

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From autumn vacation to bestselling book cover

Pelle Sten is a communications consultant at inUse. The text is taken from our publication “Build on others’ work” about how you can create media and build services on data and content that already exist. In 2009, me and my girlfriend spent our vacation on Gotland. We took a weekend trip in mid-September after all [...]

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Build on others work [Publication]

Today we release our fifth publication. It’s about building media services and content on work that has already been done. Download it as PDF and order a paper copy in our new shop. Also available in Swedish. Use of open APIs and Creative Commons is constantly growing, which means that new services can be created [...]

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APIs as a marketing channel

Andreas Krohn is an API specialist at Dopter.se and blogs about APIs and API news at mashup.se. The article is taken from our forthcoming publication about how we can build media and content on data and creations that already exist. Read about what an API is here. Do you have a Twitter app on your [...]

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