Anyone reading this blog for a while will have realized that I am very curious about how we can ‘get clever together’. There is no doubt that social book-marking is enabling us to do just that. It is one of the aspects of web 2.0 that is so fascinating to a guy who cares about collaborative intelligence.

There was an interesting article in the Chicago Tribune website to-day, about the use of ‘collective knowledge’ and travel tips on the web. They also provide a list of good examples on the web. Lonely Planet has also done a fine job of enabling travelers to share tips and tricks to solve the inevitable challenges of traveling in foreign countries. My own daughter is traveling in Nepal and India right now and has found the blogs and associated advice ( at Lonely Planet) to be invaluable, benefiting from literally tens of thousands of others peoples experience – ‘Collaborative Intelligence (CQ) @ Work’.