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The growing phenomenon of Social Software seems to provide an opportunity to complement the top-down approach based on central knowledge repositories with tools that are simpler, smarter and more flexible. This article includes a brief description of the main categories of Social Software-weblogs, wikis and social networking sites-followed by an analysis of their utilisation in relation to the five core Knowledge Management activities of the Knowledge Management taxonomy proposed by Despres &fatcat:updcq7kwavhbjid2ugs5zh7zsi