Workshop on Social Software

I'm currently occupied by a very promising workshop on "Social Software - Networking im Internet". I'll get you a detailed report later :-)

Edit 3:53pm: Jan puts me a little under pressure, since he already managed to get a decent article about this workshop online here. Somehow I feel like live-blogging is not my cup of tea.. But Martin Wilbers is doing a good job here. Florian Renz has also started to talk about the Workshop in his Weblog.

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  1. JanSchmidt says:

    *Don't worry - looking forward to lenghty ex-post-analysis on the workshop.. :-)

  2. Jürgen Hösch says:

    *Tobi has already asked my to write a short article for So I guess I even HAVE TO do this. But since I don't expect to publish an english text I'll don't know what will be first.. an english-analysis or a german writeup..

  3. Jan says:

    *You might ask Martin Wilbers to join you for the article, his lenghty live-summary could be a good starting point (or at least a reference to link to from

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