"If it helps you, your coworkers, our clients or our partners to do their jobs and solve problems; if it helps to improve knowledge or skills; if it contributes directly or indirectly to the improvement of IBM's products, processes and policies; if it builds a sense of community; or if it helps to promote IBM's Values, then it is adding value."
Above is an excerpt from IBM's Social Computing Guidelines, which pretty much rock. Even Mashable says so.
And really, knowledge-sharing is what it's all about, isn't it? I know that's what we are trying to achieve with this blog: Notes from Rational Support.
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