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Why scalability isn’t always right

In 2004, Clay Shirky wrote a forward-thinking essay on what he called Situated Software; “software designed for a particular social situation or context”. He predicted that “the design center of a dozen users, so hard to serve in the past, may become normal practice… we’ll [read more]

Introducing our new writers

Intranetizen has now been live for almost a year in various forms and we’ve hugely enjoyed the writing and your collaboration and support over those months. We’re delighted to have added two new writers to the intranetizen team who we believe will bring a whole [read more]

5 tips for building trust on your intranet

As a seasoned internet user, you’ll be acutely aware of the risks of believing everything you see or read on the web. Clever phishing attempts, Nigerian 419 email scams, promises of wonderdrugs and elaborate email chains have made internet users rightly cynical about what they [read more]

What next for Intranetizen — you decide

Luke and I have a problem. We’re good with generating intranet ideas and provoking discussion, we’re pretty good at committing words and pictures to paper, but we’re not the greatest at actually finishing our intranetizen posts and hitting the publish button. Your collective input, comment [read more]