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Where Knowledge Goes To Die
Update: The tombstone sans the text is from a political blog by Andy Barefoot, who provides a tombstone generator. The page states "create your own poster", which might or might not state a copyright statement for a generated poster. The sentence eMail is where knowledge goes to die gets attributed to Bill French, but might have many parents. "Stop sending, start sharing" is my sentence, but I'm sure someone possibly has said that before (I just didn't come across it).
Now it is anybody's guess if the combination of all these constitutes a) a new asset in its own right, b) (re)use of the stated items is covered by fair use or a license - c) that the necessity to think about that is plain mad.
If your conclusion is: It constitutes an original art work by me, then the Creative Commons License as stated below would be in effect.

Posted by on 31 January 2013 | Comments (6) | categories: IBM


  1. posted by Anonymous on Friday 01 February 2013 AD:
    "Comments without a valid and working eMail address will be removed"

    THAT'S ironic, eh?
    Emoticon biggrin.gif
  2. posted by Chris Toohey on Saturday 02 February 2013 AD:
    FYI: Mentioned this image and it's potential implication on today's dominoGuru.com Hangout ({ Link }
  3. posted by Bill on Sunday 03 February 2013 AD:
    Um. Spelling.

    ---* Bill
  4. posted by Nick Halliwell on Tuesday 05 February 2013 AD:

    That's only if you don't use Notes and don't have. Contact Management written in Notes. If you do then the emails that you send to customers and suppliers are a massive source of shared information.

    Stop trying to reinvent the wheel, Notes is Social since version 1, all this talk of social is just that. If a company has Notes and Notes apps, then they have the tools of a social company.
    Adding all this other infrastructure is just a cost with no tanagable cost benefits.

    Big companies spend money on a wim, contry to popular opinion. Otherwise Exchange would never have supplanted Notes.

    No business who really look at there systems and work out all the costs would ever change.

    But 1000's did, it appears that some are even switching back.

    I rest my case my Lord. Emoticon biggrin.gif
  5. posted by Stephan H. Wissel on Wednesday 06 February 2013 AD:
    @All: Fixed the spelling
    @Nick: What you desribe is GroupWare, not eMail (wonder what platform does that Emoticon biggrin.gif)
  6. posted by rakib on Thursday 04 April 2013 AD:
    Great piece of information here on your website. Keep up the good work.