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May 03, 2006


Jon Husband

I can imagine that people will use tools like Qumana and others in an online environment, much as they started using Bic pens once upon a time, and putting internally-oriented "ads" pointing to pertinent information (esp. in companies) to facilitate cross-functional communications, engage internal markets for useful info and knowledge, etc.

*Culture* is a funny thing, though, and one wonders whether in ten more years it will be increasingly bottom-up driven or paradoxically, increasingly top-down driven.

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