AS WE RAMP UP for the Internet Experience in Education Conference and Workshops (22 May 2008 in Tipperary Institute), I'm looking at several proposed seminars that bump up next to the idea of communities online. Invariably, those communities will run counter to the flow desired by management if they are perceived as anarchistic or time-wasting. To combat that damning conclusion, some friends have recommended giving the advocates some kind of title, like "community manager" being the person responsible for fostering a company's online social network. Others in the business point out that a "manager" is normally annotated at a specific level in an organisation's wiring diagram and that's not likely to happen in the case of some of the most fervent online networkers. Many of the most sociable people sit outside the executive suite so it might be pretentious to label them as managers.