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About Ken Yarmosh

Ken Yarmosh is a consultant who helps organizations get the most out of their technology investments. He works with technology users and creators across various industries, focusing on technology education and strategy. With over 7 years IT experience, Ken has worked with small businesses, non-profits, federal agencies, and multi-million dollar companies. His online efforts include acting as the Editor for the Corante Technology Hub and authoring the TECHNOSIGHT blog.
Developing your Blog Exit Strategy

This is the first part in a series on developing your blog exit strategy.

Thou Shalt Hang out at Wells

I’ve been at the Buzz Conference the last two days – an event hosted by National Community Church (NCC).

Web 2.0 – Concluding Thoughts

There are those of you out there that have read through my series on Why Web 2.0 Matters to your Business and thought to yourself things like, “Yarmosh, you’re crazy.”, “You’ve completely missed the boat here.”, or “Web 2.0 is just a buzz word.

Web 2.0 – Knowledge Building

In the case of the Web 2.0 Watermill, there are primarily four areas where technology is beginning to facilitate a vastly improved Internet: knowledge collection, knowledge discovery, knowledge building, and knowledge sharing.

Web 2.0: Knowledge Sharing

In the case of the Web 2.0 Watermill, there are primarily four areas where technology is beginning to facilitate a vastly improved Internet: knowledge collection, knowledge discovery, knowledge building, and knowledge sharing.

Web 2.0: Knowledge Discovery
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In the case of the Web 2.0 Watermill, there are primarily four areas where technology is beginning to facilitate a vastly improved Internet: knowledge collection, knowledge discovery, knowledge building, and knowledge sharing.

Goodbye Vonage, Hello Gizmo Project Area 775

About a week ago, I cancelled Vonage. I like the features but hated the service. I constantly had calls dropped, sometimes randomly heard other conversations, and generally had at least 2-3 issues with it per week.

The State of Online Feed Readers – An Addendum

My pappy used to say, “You’ve got to crawl before you can walk.” Ok, I don’t have a pappy, I have a Dad. Truth be told, he never used to tell me that.

Building your Virtual Presence

Back in December 05, I had to prepare for a presentation on “websites and technology” to a room full of campaign folks. There wasn’t a lot of direction on what they wanted me to cover.

7 Awesome WordPress Plugins

One of the great things about WordPress is that it can basically do anything you want.

Silas Partners and Web 2.0 in the Christian Community

Churches and ministries are really getting into blogging, podcasting, and yes, even social networking sites.

Corporate Resistance to Web 2.0…

I had lunch with Dennis McDonald yesterday. We were initially introduced through the LinkedinBloggers Group, where he is now one of the moderators.

What Am I Going to Do with 403 links?

I’m a big social bookmarker, perhaps too big. As I was looking at my account yesterday, I realize I have 403 links bookmarked at BlinkList.

Video Podcast of Jack Black in Nacho Libre

Nacho Libre is a new film by Jack Black, coming to theatres June – but you can watch his video confessionals via his video podcast (requires iTunes) or an Internet exclusive trailer now.

The New Way to Brothering

I have four younger sisters, who are all over the place. The youngest is seven.

University 2.0 and Boston Colleges John Gallaugher

As a Computer Science undergrad at Boston College, I regretfully admit that I only took one business class. But the one class I took was more than worth it.

More Steve 2.0 Coming your Way

People really enjoyed yesterday’s post on Steve 2.0. Unfortunately, in Seth’s case, he picked up a very strange link to the post (that particular link was not supposed to be live yet), which caught Corante by surprise. At least they fixed it but but I digress.

Empower a Steve 2.0

Two weekends ago, I went on a little trip with some of my old buddies who I rarely see any more.

Why Experts Reject Generic Memetrackers

Last week Scoble explained why he was unsubscribing from Memeorandum. More recently he wrote…

Why Experts are Rejecting Generic Memetrackers

Last week Scoble explained why he was unsubscribing from Memeorandum.

Seth Godin on the Future of Blogs

I don’t necessarily agree with Seth’s premise that multiple posts per day “make it easy to lose loyal readers.”

Authorities Monitoring Online Social Networking Sites

I’ve got to admit, I am becoming a real fan of USA Today. I think it started during my trip to the Olympics, where it was typically the only U.S. English language paper available.

Technology, Guilt, and the Olympics

Today’s communication technologies – including cell phones, e-mail, and blogs – can drive users to a heavy sense of guilt.

Would I date someone who doesnt have a blog?

In my circle of friends, I’m know as the geek’. I’m the blogger’, who doesn’t do any real work, I just blog. More and more of my friends are starting blogs though and it’s not just because of me either.