Intellipedia, the Intelligence Community’s wiki-based communications platform, is the subject of a recent half-hour presentation by NGA boffin Chris Rasmussen, who has been one of the project’s biggest advocates. It makes for some fascinating listening; Rasmussen’s views on Web 2.0, intelligence sharing, and various technology matters are not necessarily revolutionary, but they’re certainly unorthodox, at least in government settings.

If you’ve got an interest in Intellipedia, or cutting-edge information and intelligence management, you really don’t want to miss this presentation. Trust me; it’s one of the more interesting, and informative, half-hours you’ll spend this week.

Published in: Geekiness, General, Security | on November 13th, 2008| Comments Off on Intellipedians

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