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Apr 13 2013

Moving from delicious to evernote

Over the years I’ve accumulated more than 1,000 links in http://delicious.com/smithjd.   Delicious (in its various versions) was my preferred tool  for storing,  retrieving, and sharing bookmarks.  Far better than bookmarking things in a browser.  But I’ve gotten impatient with the delicious browser widget in Chrome (and the website was just too much overhead) so I […]

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Jan 15 2010

Tagging and face-to-face events

Face-to-face conferences aren’t what they used to be and that’s ok with me.   How many times have you gone to a face-to-face conference in another city where you rub shoulders with a lot of strangers, listen to a bunch of talking heads with obscure PowerPoint slides in cold dark rooms, make a few acquaintances […]

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Sep 18 2008

Twemes.com vs. Search.twitter.com

It’s really great when special-purpose websites are mashed together.  The effect is multiplicative.  For example, Twemes.com, although it has a really ugly pattern for a background, is elegant and simple and combines: “Tweets” from twitter.com that have a particular hashtag Photos from flickr.com that have the same hashtag links from delicious.com that have that same […]

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Dec 17 2007

links for 2007-12-18

The Tech FAQ At the Tech FAQ, the technical answers you have been looking for are answered in detail, yet in a way the average person can understand. (tags: technology faq dictionary howto hacks)

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Dec 15 2007

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Community profiles as patterns of orientation on Flickr – Photo Sharing! Community orientations slide. (tags: technologyforcommunity)

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Nov 30 2007

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Webheads as agents of change in overlapping clouds of distributed learning networks Webheads started in 1998 as a community of language learners and teachers who began meeting online about then, at a distance, to develop their skills in the learning and teaching of writing in English. (tags: copexample wia technologyforcommunity)

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Nov 28 2007

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Executive Networks A leader in Human Resource, Learning and Talent forums for senior executives from hundreds of the world’s leading companies and organizations. More than 1/2 of Fortune mag’s Global Most Admired Companies are members of our Peer Networks. (tags: copexample networks)

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Nov 27 2007

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RAPID Projects – Networks Study: Bridging Research and Policy how civil society organisations can communicate their evidence and experience into policy processes for international development. (tags: development networks)

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Nov 20 2007

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Using Blogs in Education (on Flickr) Diagram by the Centre for Learning Technology at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) depicts the educational use of blogging (tags: technology_stewardship techreport blogging education)

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Nov 16 2007

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Information & Knowledge for Optimal Health (INFO) Project, Johns Hopkins University – Networks and Communities The INFO Project provides support to online networks and communities in family planning and reproductive health. Online Community Resources. (tags: copexample+development health) Global Alliance for Nursing and Midwifery (GANM) list The GANM list is supported by the Implementing Best Practices […]

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