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Archive for June, 2004

Personal Knowledge Networking Software

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Prominent e-Learning Experts Launch Startup to Commercialize Breakthrough Personal Knowledge Networking Software – from Yahoo Finance, Via : Judith Meskill’s knowledge notes…

The company’s first product, KnowledgeWorkshop, allows computer users to create, manage, share and publish knowledge bases covering all aspects of their personal and professional lives.
“KnowledgeWorkshop is the glue that integrates all computer-based information sources, such as Web pages, news groups and personal computer files, into one simple personal knowledge management system,”

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June 29th, 2004 at 10:14 am

A self interview

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Website Self-Interview by Alex Halavais.
Alex speaks about the life after MT (moving to Wordpress) and the redesign of his site.

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June 29th, 2004 at 10:13 am

Posted in Wanton Posts

Guide to blogging for groups

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Providing a guide to blogging for groups by Jonathan Briggs from re.engage

Many groups could use blogs as a way of sharing knowledge or in the case of Common Purpose of turning conversation into action. But until they get started they won’t understand the subtleties of this form of personal media or how it links to others such as digital photography or mp3 audio.

Via: Designing for Civil Society

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June 29th, 2004 at 10:10 am

Posted in Social Media

Metadata – Get Real

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It’s time to get serious about metadata by Gerry McGovern

When it comes to the Web, there is nothing more misunderstood than metadata. Technical people search vainly for a way to automate its creation. Many editors and writers want nothing to do with it. And yet without quality metadata a website cannot properly achieve its objectives. It’s time to get serious about metadata.

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June 28th, 2004 at 10:09 am

Posted in Information Design

Seb’s Mail Blog

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Sebastien Paquet (Seb) started a new blog with an unique concept. Over to Seb –

It has just dawned upon me that some of my email could prove valuable to the wider world, so I’m publishing some of it (with the permission of correspondents, of course) on a new blog called Seb’s mailbox. (I use Blogger’s email-to-blog feature and slight editing.) Here’s the feed.

Cool innovative approach Seb!

Can we follow Seb’s approach in learning design?

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June 28th, 2004 at 10:08 am

Posted in Social Media