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How Concrete Contributed To the Downfall of the Roman Empire

raketman11 Re:Err, no really (384 comments)

Oh yeah? What did the Romans ever do for us?

about 9 months ago

Ask Slashdot: What Online News Is Worth Paying For?

raketman11 The Guardian (361 comments)

The Guardian to give them financial support to keep real journalism going.

about a year ago

For Playstation 4 Owners, Bad News On USB, Bluetooth Headsets

raketman11 Journalism (292 comments)

Great article. This journalist waited for Sony to come with a clarification? Wow. Guess his headset can't make calls because that's what a proper journalist would do.

about a year ago

Microsoft Creative Director 'Doesn't Get' Always-On DRM Concerns

raketman11 Re:Better answer (572 comments)

But doesn't an X-box need electricity and a internet connection? That's the weirdest part of the analogy to me.

about 2 years ago

The Web We Lost

raketman11 Re:Not exactly (255 comments)

"how trolls were less prominent" Remember GNAA?

more than 2 years ago

Hip Hop Artists Developing Open Source Beat Making Software

raketman11 Old school (192 comments)

What happened to two turntables and a microphone? Lots of pioneers seemed to create beats that way...

more than 2 years ago

Microsoft Tests Social Search Waters With 'so.cl' Network

raketman11 Re:Another failed social project from Microsoft (135 comments)

Not in disagreement with the spirit of your post, but I use the Pohosynth app a lot and loving it so wouldn't consider that as a 'go-nowhere' project. Great technology and very usable.

more than 2 years ago

What Is Your Favorite Way of Watching a Movie

raketman11 Re:Torrenting (409 comments)

I'm Dutch: downloading of movies is legal here, so I have no idea what you're talking about. GP's points are still valid (in my case).

more than 2 years ago

Ask Slashdot: Techie Wedding Invitation Ideas?

raketman11 QR roll (399 comments)

Nerd friend of mine had a QR Code on the back of the invitation. The people who knew what a QR Code was, all got rick rolled. I thought it was hillarious.

about 3 years ago

Australian ISPs To Disconnect Botnet "Zombies"

raketman11 Re:Finally (213 comments)

"The next day we got a call from the ISP asking if everything was okay." I wish I had customer service like that!

about 5 years ago

The Nickel & Dime Generation

raketman11 Divide by time played (358 comments)

Wonder if author typed /played in WoW and then see how much he paid per minute. It all comes down on perspective. Like others have noted: 15 dollars a month is a good deal for a hobby. Or did he scavenge eBay for trade cards for 900 dollars each?

more than 5 years ago

Dutch Study Says Filesharing Has Positive Economic Effects

raketman11 Re:Unfortunately... (336 comments)

Not quite sure if I understand you correctly, but according to dutch law it is legal to download music and movies. Uploading them is illegal.

about 6 years ago

Unsolicited Offer For My Personal Domain Name?

raketman11 Dutch... (542 comments)

The only reason he asked this question to /., must be because he is dutch (i bet). We never miss an opportunity to make a buck! (Yes, I am dutch)

more than 6 years ago



Great book on intranet(s)

raketman11 raketman11 writes  |  more than 7 years ago

raketman11 (807813) writes "There are a lot of books about intranet strategies, but most are focused on budget and technical challenges. I work for a governmental departement and the technological decisions have been made already and there is basically no such thing as a budget (thanks to the tax payers for that). I am looking for a great book which discusses how to get people enthusiastic enough to get them to generate content for the intranet although it is not their top priority at work. The book I am looking for is more on convincing management and employees to make intranet work. How do you make the people outside the editorial/communication unit you are in build an intranet 'content wise'? I have searched a lot for this (of course on Slashdot as well) but just can't seem to find the right book.
Which book worked best for you implementing a great intranet in term of cooperation and communication as opposed to finance and tech?"

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