K-logging in books
We have a 30-day trial going of Safari so I put in one of my standard searches and came up with this book: Blogging: Genius Strategies for Instant Web Content by Biz Stone (New Riders Publishing, September 13, 2002). Chapter 10, Section 6 is on Knowledge Management (in the event you all have this database: http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com/0735712999/ch10lev1sec6). Before you all run out and buy this... it's a very, very superficial treatment with somewhat misleading or at least uninformative definitions of what knowledge management is. They do spend a paragraph defining tacit and explicit knowledge, but I would expect our audience to already know that. Essential Blogging by Cory Doctorow, Rael Dornfest, J. Scott Johnson, Shelley Powers, Benjamin Trott, and Mena G. Trott (O'Reilly, August 1, 2002) doesn't seem to have anything on k-logging but We Blog: Publishing Online With Weblogs by Paul Bausch (Wiley, 2002) does. I got that one through ILL and already sent it back. It has a little more information than the Stone book, but not too much.