communities on the web

Subject: communities on the web
From: "Lisa Wright" <liwright -at- earthlink -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 23:20:01 -0800

I've been doing lots of idea sharing with the developer I'm working
with. We are both interested in design and ideas and interesting,
thoughtful people. I send him a link to an interview with Alan Cooper,
he sends me a link to a Don Norman article. And so on.

Anyway, he sent me a link to, which is
the site affiliated with the book *Design for Community* by Derek
Powazek. I have not read the book. There are lots of neat ideas,
articles, and discussions on the site. I absolutely love the way the
discussion threads are presented. By far the easiest I've seen.

I thought some might be interested given the recent metadiscussions of
this community. I suspect that there are also some ties to knowledge
management. After all, a true knowledge management culture has probably
got some sense of community to it, especially if there are mechanisms
for discussions and more immediate interactions.

Usual disclaimers apply (no affiliations, YMMV, etc.).

Lisa Wright

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