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MARCH 20, 2007 Why the Semantic Web Will Fail
Some companies went under - a couple, before we even talked to them, another, after we were in a project with them. And then there was the company that we sat down with, oh in 2002 or 2003, and laid it all out - RSS, content syndication, social networks. Don't get too excited by the title. The whole Web 2.0 thing.
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APRIL 27, 2009 Cloud - the Emergence of a New Model of Computing
The last group I want to mention consists of all the people and companies selling ad-on products and services on top of the basic computer systems, such as application developers. Users interacted directly with the applications on the central machines via text-based terminals connected over networks. We also saw the rise of Web 2.0
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APRIL 25, 2009 New Technology Supporting Informal Learning
This work, in turn, is suggesting and supporting the model of learning described in the first section, that of a course network supporting and informing an ever-shifting set of course episodes. In the military, this means that company commanders, and not generals, must make tactical decisions. Learning Networks in Practice.
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NOVEMBER 16, 2008 The Future of Online Learning: Ten Years On
Bandwidth As administrators struggle against the demands video streaming and bit torrent networks place on backbones, it is hard to imagine saying that bandwidth will be unlimited. The employment of data compression technologies has almost been superseded by fibre-optics technology such as lightpath management. O'Reilly, 2005) Web 2.0
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- The OER Debate, In Full
The student of open content licensing will recognize the OPL structure (mandatory attribution with options addressing derivative works and commercial use) is the same structure that Creative Commons employed when it launched three years later in 2002
. When Creative Commons published its first licenses in 2002
, I was relieved. i) No. MORE >>
ANDY MCAFEE The big and small of IT
| WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2009
Outsourcing, joint ventures, industry consortia, partnerships with academia, network
organizations, etc. Erik Brynjolfsson and I found exactly the same thing in our recent research on IT’s impact, which used different methodologies and data
sources than did Saunders. technologies. The] big reason [is] scale. Right? And no. and 2.0 MORE >>
TONY KARRER eLearning Topics
| MONDAY, JULY 20, 2009
have doubts about the validity of these data
. Also, it only indicates what the presenters and conference organizers (for that data
set) thought that the audience would be interested in and was worth presenting at the conference. I've done a few posts in the past that take a look at the topics that are Hot Topics in Training. MORE >>
JON HUSBAND KM and Sports Part 2, Disciplined KM, Why start doing KM, Does KM pay off, Living Networks
| THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2008
Baseball Fans Use Decades of Stats To Second Guess Coaching Calls by Carl Bialik - Play-by-play data
going back to 1974 are available on a Web site called Retrosheet, and fans are using sophisticated home-brewed computer programs to glean new insights from the numbers. Freakonomics: Hoop Data
Dreams by Stephen J. Baseball. Dubner. MORE >>
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