Trending Sources

Trainfeed spotting

Doc Searls

With the 10th anniversary edition of  Cluetrain coming out, I thought I’d try to keep up with postings that mention “Cluetrain&# — through four Live Web * search engines: BlogPulse , Google BlogSearch , Technorati and Twitter Search. I’ve got all four feeding into an aggregator.

Bring on The Live Web

Doc Searls

I first heard about the “World Live Web&# when my son Allen dropped the phrase casually in conversation, back in 2003. Links have value.

Making Sense of the World

Jay Cross

Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt said “Every two days we create as much information as we did from the dawn of civilization up until 2003.”

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Twitter Is Where Conversations Go To Die

Luis Suarez

Sadly. . And here is why… . WOW, boy, did we have a good blast?!? For sure! And a  real one! And failure to do so would mean a cease and desist notice.

The Future of Online Learning: Ten Years On

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Often user interaction is provided – the user might type a term into a search widget, for example – and often some form of processing is requested at the remote website. Veldanda, 2003) Even as I write, development of high-bandwidth videoconferencing technology continues; we have an ‘Advanced Collaborative Environments’ in our own building.

A blast from the independent past

Doc Searls

He gives the time frame for that as roughly 2001-2005, peaking in 2003 or so. For what it’s worth, I found both Jeremy’s and Andy’s posts in a Technorati search. I just ran across a post (below) on my old blog from Tuesday, July 12, 2005 : a few months less than ten years ago. Twitter popularized simplicity.

[berkman] Luis von Ahn on free lunches, captcha, and tags

David Weinberger

Sites that use have to feed back the entries for the unknown word. We humans spent 9B hours spending in 2003. Image search works by looking at file names and html text, because computers can’t yet recognize objects in images very well. Luis von Ahn of Carnegie Mellon University is giving a Berkman lunchtime talk.

What I'm Working On

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Mostly, the way people approach it is to treat online resources as analogous to library resources, and hence to depict the problem of locating resources as a search and retrieval problem. Which in a certain sense makes sense - how else are you going to find that one resource out of a billion but by searching for it? Watts. And it was.

Applications and Theory of Educational Social Software

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Social Software session Terry Anderson Independent study - type I for information type study Collaborative - Distance Education - Type C Social software fits somewhere in the middle - allows collaboration, but also things like tagging, the search and sort thing that we're used to. But my RSS feeds were driving me nuts.

Steven Berlin Johnson

March 27, 2006 in Misc | Permalink Comments You may want to look into the book ~Sex, Time, and Power : How Women's Sexuality Shaped Human Evolution~ (2003) by Leonard Shlain. Subscribe to this blogs feed Blog powered by TypePadEventually species developed that could remain on land indefinitely. recommend. And Other Questions.

Long Live?

Tony Karrer

percent in 2003 and 70.58 percent of all training in 2003 to 6.39 would claim that we need to help people with their Search Skills. As part of this solution, the normal kinds of reporting done by the individual nonprofits feeds into a knowledge base that then can be tapped by people in other nonprofits. percent in 2008.

Groups vs Networks: The Class Struggle Continues

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

There are many, many hundreds of times more RSS feeds that there are learning object metadata feeds. July 1, 2003. [10] Downes, Stephen.


Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Kisangani was once called Stanleyville, named for Henry Morton Stanley , an American explorer famous for his search for David Livingstone. External agents, attracted by the subterranean riches, intervene in all these conflicts, as diamond traffickers or oil companies, directly and indirectly feeding the conflict and poverty. hundred?