ODKAZ na velmi zajímavý text publikovaný na webu,naznačující význam weblogu pro sdílení znalostí souvisejících s inovačními aktivitami a pro vznik znalostních komunit.

Doc. Ing. Arnošt Katolický, CSc.

Sébastien Pagnet, Université de Montréal

Personal knowledge publishing and its uses in research ( 2.části )

V první části autor vysvětluje pojem weblog a způsob jakým se projevují na webu. Ve druhé části se autor soustřeďuje na personální publikování znalostí (PPZ) a popisuje jakým způsobem  v této oblasti mohou posloužit právě weblogy.

V textu je podán výklad toho jak weblogy v roli nástroje  PPZ slouží vzniku znalostních komunit. V článku nechybí ani popis aktuálních omezení PPZ.


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Adresa 2. části



Výběr několika částí textu ( obsahy a závěry obou částí ).


Part I. Weblogs


Defining the term

A brief history

How weblogs foster quality

Uses of weblogs

The technological evolution of weblogs

Further reading


I have only presented a succinct overview of weblogs. The phenomenon is big and diverse enough that no one can claim to have an all-encompassing view of it and it is thus advisable to get many perspectives. I have already linked to a few of these in the text above. Among sources that are mainly concerned with weblogs, there are Radio Free Blogistan, Blogroots, and compendiumblog. The Weblog Kitchen is a collaborative site that explores current research into weblogs and other hypertext systems.šI should also mention that several books on weblogs have been published. A list is available as part of the blogroots resource directory. Finally, bear in mind that simply reading about weblogs will not reveal all about them. The best way to really understand the phenomenon is to participate in it.


Part II. Personal knowledge publishing


Defining the term

Examples of personal knowledge publishing

Comparing personal knowledge publishing and other forms of knowledge sharing

The usefulness of personal knowledge publishing for research

Limitations of personal knowledge publishing

Further reading



In this document I have tried to convey an understanding of what personal knowledge publishing is, where it comes from, and what it can be used for in the context of innovation-related work.

Personal knowledge publishing has grown out of weblogging, an increasingly popular and quickly evolving practice that enables people to communicate publicly and establish relationships without suffering the inconvenience of other means of public discussion. It is a different way to share knowledge, which has distinct advantages compared to more traditional ways, and has limitations of its own. I have pointed to examples of personal knowledge publishing to enable readers to go beyond the abstract notions presented here.


Personal knowledge publishing is still in its infancy, but it fulfills many needs that are not adequately satisfied by other means of communication. This suggests that, just like weblogs three years ago, it is at the beginning of a growth curve that could make it an important vehicle for sharing knowledge and fueling innovation in years to come.


Up to now, informal communication between innovators has had a limited radius of visibility and influence, and this has shaped to a certain extent the accessibility of knowledge, giving a definite edge to insiders and people in their immediate social network. What will happen if such communication is increasingly carried out on a widely accessible public record, and if personal networks start to extend in previously unavailable directions? Although I won't do it here, I believe the implications of such a shift are worth thinking and writing about.


Text je publikován na portálu KNOWLEDGE BOARD The European

Knowledge community. http://www.knowledgeboard.com/index.html