It is amusing that we are already talking about merging Enterprise 2.0 and Social Media when both are not even half baked as individual disciplines. I agree that they should be related, but I am not so sure that the divider should be completely torn down. Perhaps a connector tunneled through the wall is a better approach. What do you think?
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