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Feed Your Creativity: The Palate Cleanser Project

Adaptive Path

Busy doesn't mean you can't write blog posts. You're about halfway through your project. You've done everything right. Anywhere.

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Seed, feed, & weed

Clark Quinn

Using the gardener or landscaper metaphor,  yesterday I said that networks need seeding, feeding, and weeding.  They may need discussion forums, blogs, wikis, and IM.  Feed : you can’t just put in place, you have to nurture the network.  Jay Cross talks about the learnscape , while I term it the performance ecosystem.

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What blogging was

David Weinberger

At a recent Fellows Hour at the Berkman Center the topic was something like “Whatever happened to blogging?,” ” with the aim of thinking about how Berkman can take better advantage of blogging as a platform for public discussion. They asked me to begin with some reflections on what blogging once was, because I am old.

New Years Resolution? How about feeding someone?

Mark Oehlert

So let's just skip the part where I haven't blogged for months ok? How about improving your vocabulary while feeding people? You help feed people. How about let's carve 1/10 of that time off to play this game and help feed people. Yesterday though, I heard a prayer that put things in perspective for me. For me, never.

Feed Filters

Tony Karrer

Certainly it's ability to find what are the posts generating the most interest on my own blog is helpful. However, what I had hoped to find was a way for AideRSS to send me a feed of the top few posts across a large set of RSS feeds (like the 3,000 or so edublogs). It also does this on the site. Or someone from Google?

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Change Your RSS Feed?

Tony Karrer

A while ago, I created a feedburner feed for this blog so I could add lots of stuff to the feed - most importantly I publish a daily summary of my new del.icio.us It appears that most people still point to my Blogspot feed. links.

Full vs Partial Feeds

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Responding to Dan Lockton : Not all feeds are designed to spread the article-length content of blogs. One of my own feeds , for example, will at first glance resemble a partial feed. On closer examination, my feed turns out to be linking to longer posts from other sites.

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Managing your RSS Feeds

Tony Karrer

Coming back from my vacation, I realized that I needed to go through a clean up exercise again on my RSS feeds. Animal House Style Managing Many RSS Feeds The Myth of Keeping Up Personal Learning for Learning Professionals - Using Web 2.0 When I find a blog that looks promising, I put it into the the farther out Quarantine folder.

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A Review of SAP Jam

Dan Pontefract

Blogs. You can easily scan all blog posts at the company, their level of engagement, etc. ( see pic ). Data Points to Date. Deployment.

Take us to The Rivers

Doc Searls

Not that the Times is actually doing anything other than keeping its RSS feed alive. News rivers were a brilliant idea in the first place.

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Blogs, Automated Translations, and a Better Site Feed

Tony Karrer

You'll have to visit my blog to see this in action. Since I've found that about 30% of the links to my posts come from blogs in other languages, maybe this will be of value. I've certainly been using it to translate from other languages to English so I can see what people are saying relative to the topics in my blog. links.

Top Ten eLearning Blogs

Tony Karrer

I was recently asked for a list of the top ten blogs that relate to corporate eLearning by someone who wanted to get a sense of content quality and value of reading blogs. think a better list to use is in my Blog Roll in the right column of my blog. There you can find a lot of great blogs. Learning Matters!

seeking and sense-making

Harold Jarche

Many of us subscribe to newspapers, magazines, web feeds, blogs, and other forms of push information. How do you make sense of your work?

Why You Should Provide Full Feeds (especially on Blogger)

Tony Karrer

I've been talking recently about blogging for learning professionals and claiming that as a blog reader, you spend your time in the RSS reader. Someone pointed out that many bloggers use partial feeds which forces readers to their blog. I did that for a while as well. So, I added SiteMeter to my blog to track traffic.

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Why Might this Be the Best Blog Post Ever?

Adaptive Path

Reason #2: Because it just might be the last blog post you ever read. recent study suggests that just because I said that it might be the last blog post you ever read, you'll probably value this post more highly because you think things might be coming to an end. Reason #1: Because it's the last one you read.

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World wide puddle

Doc Searls

blog about real life; I talk about the internet. Nicholas Carr is ahead of his time again.  Maybe. But I like my friends! Alice writes.

Bring on The Live Web

Doc Searls

So it was common for Google’s indexes of blogs to be a day or more old. But they mostly covered blogs and sites with RSS feeds.

The Social Organisation Manifesto

Martijn Linssen

read it, commented, and am now writing this - because its still gnawing at me Heres Davids text: We will no longer view you as "consumers". Toma ya!,

Top 99 Workplace eLearning Blogs

Tony Karrer

I just saw a post by Amit Garg Top 47 eLearning & Workplace Learning Blogs. Please let me know if I'm missing any blogs that produce good content on eLearning and more particularly Workplace eLearning that would make sense to include. The full feed provides snippets from each source. Turns out it's exactly 99.

WEEKEND REVIEW: The week's most popular posts on my blog

Steve Denning

      Is the problem with capitalism that people try to fix it?       2.     

Why Might this Be the Best Blog Post Ever?

Adaptive Path

Reason #2: Because it just might be the last blog post you ever read. recent study suggests that just because I said that it might be the last blog post you ever read, you'll probably value this post more highly because you think things might be coming to an end. Reason #1: Because it's the last one you read.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Return on Attention and Infomediaries

John Hagel

Most recently, Robert Scoble from Microsoft blogged about an epiphany he had earlier this week during a visit to Silicon Valley. Thanks!

The To Tweet Or ReTweet Flowchart

Martijn Linssen

One thing lead to the other, and there was a small comment-conversation about ReTweeting. Coffin. Who cares? record store - who needs one these days?

Pick up the pitchforks: David Pogue underestimates Hollywood.

Clay Shirky

Writing in his blog on the New York Times yesterday, David Pogue, one of the Times’ tech columnists, advises toning down the alarmist rhetoric over SOPA, suggesting that opponents of the bill (and its Senate cousin PIPA) should Put Down the Pitchforks. Clay Shirky. « Newspapers, Paywalls, and Core Users. Just a gigantic headache.

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RSS Changeover Day Experiences

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Also, it displays every feed, whether or not there are any new items. It hides the feeds with nothing new added. What next? Slick. Tired.

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Why Bosses Who are Civilized and Caring, But Incompetent, can be.

Bob Sutton

About Subscribe to this blogs feed Email Me Follow Me @ work_matters. FT.com | Management Blog | Pick of the week. Bob Sutton.

BCS Conference

Dave Snowden

All of that adrenaline had the required event though, plus a responsive audience which is what speakers like me really need to feed off.

Internet Time Blog » Looking for patterns in clouds

Jay Cross

Internet Time Blog » Map to the Internet Time Ecosystem

Jay Cross

Internet Time Blog » Photos of 2008

Jay Cross

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100 Twitter accounts for Philomaths (Lovers of Learning)

Jane Hart

Brain Pickings :  @brainpickings This is the Brain Pickings bot – daily blog posts, automated. Wikipedia). Please leave in the comments below.

New Facebook Brand Page for Beth’s Blog: With A Little Help from My Friends

Beth Kanter

So, what you do? You get a little help from your friends. Blogger. Trainer” which is on my business card.   I have  ”Connect. Learn.

Digging a new River for the NYTimes

Doc Searls

As a reader you can blog, tweet and otherwise submit to the world your suggestions. Here’s how he got it rolling: Here’s an OPML file with all the NYT feeds I could find, in Oct 2012. #. Your task: Build a website using the flow of these feeds. A new way to sample the flow of news from the NYT. #. PS: Deadline?

Twitter punctuation manners

Martijn Linssen

What is yours? Coffin. Who cares? Capgeminis comma-splice: results over people? Egypt: Cairo, tens of thousands of people protesti. Klout. Coffin.

Aggregation Workflow in gRSShopper

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Go to the 'add feed' page. If you are not logged in with a user account, log in - click on the link provided on the page, go to the login screen, then click on 'return to where you were' to return to the 'add feed' page. 3. Fill in the feed information on the page - feed name, URL, optional description. link] 2. link] 4.

Informal Learning Blog » Conceptual Models Redux

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Harold Jarche » Blog Comment Tracking

Harold Jarche

popular posts

Harold Jarche

Even after having written almost three thousand blog posts here, I am still fascinated by what interests readers and what does not. Communitie

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top tools for 2015

Harold Jarche

Jane Hart compiles a list every year of the Top 10 Tools for learning. Voting closes on 18 September. Please add yours! Learning Technology

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What is your PKM routine?

Harold Jarche

Blogging has been a core part of my sense-making routine over the past decade. Sacha has over 6,000 blog posts!

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