Even if like me you didn't make it to KM Australia 2007, there is some worthwhile post-conference coverage via the blogosphere:
- Starting with the NSW KM Forum, Serena Joyner reports back on proceedings with Murder on the dancefloor and Case study nuggets;
- Also check out Brad Hinton's coverage - part 1, part 2, part 3 and final; and
- Other bloggers include Chris Fletcher, David Rymer, Dave Snowden, and Keith De La Rue (on vendors, digital tribes and peer-to-peer).
I hear that many people were impressed by Michel Bauwens, who spoke about peer-to-peer at the conference. Bauwens actually posted a guest blog post on the forum's blog before the conference that is worth checking out. Patrick Lambe also joined us at the forum after the conference and gave us a guided tour across the Kingdom of Taxonomy.