Archive for December, 2005
Clipmarks – Firefox plugin (IE version too) to Clip and save just the stuff you want from any web page.
- Create your personal online collection of clipmarks.
- Tag them with keywords, add your own comments and share them with friends.
- Search the Public Clipmarks to see what’s being clipped and who is clipping it.
Data visualization as a romantic & humoristic communication tool: a set of ego-centered visual graphs & diagrams, titled ‘Why you should continue to date me‘ by Joel A. Friesen
Going Home : Change This Manifesto by Robert Paterson. It is Cluetrain Manifesto written at the era of Blogs. To quote :
At the center of conversation is the blog. At the heart of the blog is the authentic voice. The product of the authentic voice is community.The end game of community is identity. Identity is the answer of the greatest question that any human can ask: “Who am I?”
The machine world has progressively killed off our authentic voice. We instead struggle to fit into a machine structure that tells us who we should be rather than allowing us to become the person of destiny that we can be. We work to get marks at school rather than to learn about our world and our place in it. We end up in jobs where we give up ourselves. We are bombarded with messages that tell us what we should look like, what we should wear, who we should mate with, how to be happy, and who we should be. No wonder we find relationships difficult. How can we have a relationship with another when we have lost the core relationship with our own selves?
Our voice is so strong that it can be heard around the entire globe. We are amazed to find others far away who can hear us and who have the same tone.
Performancing released a new Firefox extension today that lets the user blog directly from Firefox using their simple to use editor. Yet to try it out, but it looks cool . When enabling the extension, an editor will show up at the bottom splitting the browser in half. This is great because you can view websites, use tabs, and maintain your usual Firefox functionality all while the editor is open below.
Via : Solution Watch
Free ebook from eLearning Guild : 834 Tips for Successful Online Instruction is a collection of tips from 336 of your professional colleagues. This eBook is available for everyone regardless of their affiliation with The eLearning Guild.
Check out the License Agreement:
The content of this digital eBook is FREE and in the public domain. You are encouraged to use it, share it, and post it on your Web site and/or your organization’s Intranet. No one is authorized to charge a fee for it or to use it to collect contact information. The PDF file cannot be altered without written permission from The eLearning Guild. We request that reuse or re-distribution of this publication is accompanied by appropriate attribution to The eLearning Guild.
Sounds almost like a Creative Commons – isn’t it?
via: Jane Knight