"The best way to have a good idea is to have lots of ideas."
In 2002 Donald Norris, Jon Mason, and Paul Lefrere co-authored Transforming e-Knowledge: A Revolution in the Sharing of Knowledge, which presents a snapshot of the ongoing revolution in the sharing and use of knowledge in the Knowledge Age. We coined the terms e-knowledge and e-knowing to describe how knowledge is experienced in a profoundly networked, globally-connected world. Service-enabled ICT infrastructure and the ubquity of networked applications (such as Web 2.0 applications) were identified as key emerging trends in this book. The ability of of organizations to be ready for such changes is also a key theme.