This Week’s Must-Read Blog Posts (July 8-12, 2013)

Lots of good articles are being published every day about enterprise 2.0, the digital workplace, productivity, and intranets.

Here are a few that made an impression this week:


Enterprise 2.0 Tech delivers More Knowledge Assets

This post explores how enterprise 2.0 helps create, manage, aggregate knowledge assets, and make them more useful and usable in an organization. Knowledge is an intangible asset, but one that’s increasingly recognized as valuable in the enterprise.

When the UI Is Too Fast

Can an interface ever be too fast? It can, according to usability expert Jakob Nielsen. When the UI is too fast, it can lead to user errors, failures, and frustration.

A Geek Technologist’s Summer Reading List

What is Andrew McAfee reading this summer? It’s all in this post. Even the fiction he’ll be burying his nose in.

How to Trick Your Brain Into Thinking Your Day is Longer

I’m always on the look-out for new and better ways to get more stuff done. This trick not only slows down your perception of time; it will also help you get more creative and produce better work.

What posts caught your attention this week? Share the links below!

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