• EUEN SEMPLE  |  THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2015
    [Blogging] Trust and institutions
    This allows me to talk about more than just "social media" and get deeper into the sort of stuff I blog about these days. I am increasingly being asked to do keynotes and workshops on the broader impact of digital on the workplace. This coming together of people and technology is not new.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2015
    [Blogging] I’m a winner! A limerick winner!
    appeared first on Joho the Blog After many years of intermittent entries, I have at long last won the monthly mini- Annals of Improbable Research Limerick Competition. Woohoo! AIR presents research that one might find celebrated at the Ig Nobels. In fact, AIR is the creator of the Ig Nobels. 12, no. 1, 1987, pp 66-69. If we did the reverse.
  • JAY CROSS  |  TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2015
    [Blogging] Through the Workscape Looking Glass
    Blogs. Your Workscape is everything in your organization except the training department. It’s where work is done and where people hone the skills they need to add value. It’s the biggest frame of the big picture. It’s relationships and culture and secret sauce. It’s the organization as organism. It’s your job to help the system thrive.
  • IRVING WLADAWSKY-BERGER  |  TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2015
    [Blogging] Reflections on Ten Years of Blogging
    Friedman’s words came to mind as I was reflecting on the evolution of blogging since I posted my first blog in May of 2005. The advent of easy-to-use tools and platforms brought blogging to a much larger, non-technical population.  In those early days, I wrote about my experiences with blogging every few months. 
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  SATURDAY, MAY 23, 2015
    [Blogging] [2b2k] Echo chambers and the importance of like-minded thinking
    The post [2b2k] Echo chambers and the importance of like-minded thinking appeared first on Joho the Blog I’ve found the argument against Echo Chambers to be vexing. ” Understanding is incremental. It fits the new into our existing context. That’s how understanding works. ” My friend continues, “In it S.
  • MIND HACKS  |  SATURDAY, MAY 23, 2015
    [Blogging] Spike activity 12-05-2015
    Essential piece from the Brain Box blog that gives an excellent guide to fMRI. Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news: No, there is no evidence for a link between video games and Alzheimer’s disease, reports HeadQuarters after recent media bungles. What does fMRI measure? Here’s what it does. asks Neuroskeptic. Linkage
  • JANE HART  |  SATURDAY, MAY 23, 2015
    [Blogging] Continuous learning : it’s a mindset not a technology or product
    In the workplace, this is particularly important, as I showed in an earlier blog post, where Jacob Morgan talks of the future employee moving from “knowledge worker” (knowing stuff) to “learning worker” (learning new stuff). In this fast-moving world, we constantly need to learn new stuff. It […]. Social learning
  • DOC SEARLS   |  FRIDAY, MAY 22, 2015
    [Blogging] Live blogging
    One reason is that I’ve been traveling almost constantly, and not always in the best position to blog (or even tweet). Blogging LinksPerhaps you’ve noticed that I’ve been quiet here for a bit. Another is that I’ve been liveblogging instead. May 18. May 17. May 16. May 15. May 14. May 13. May 11. May 9. May 7.
  • BETH KANTER  |  THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2015
    [Blogging] My Most Engaged Follower On Twitter Is @JenniferPreston
    Jennifer was observing and tweeting during the session.  (If you want to read the re-caps or view the videos for the seminar itself, the Knight Foundation blog has full documentation here ). Earlier this week I was in Miami to do a social media pre-workshop at the Knight Digital Media Seminar. You need some analysis tools.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2015
    [Blogging] John Kerry on the importance of an open-ish Internet
    The post John Kerry on the importance of an open-ish Internet appeared first on Joho the Blog Secretary of State John Kerry gave a speech in Seoul yesterday about the Internet, setting out five principles of cybersecurity. The talk is quite enthusiastic and progressive about the Net. Sort of. Klaatu barada nikto, Mr. Kerry. Moving on. Disney.
  • TONY KARRER  |  MONDAY, MAY 18, 2015
    [Blogging] Micro-Learning Myth or Must
    Subscribe to the Best of eLearning Learning for updates from this blog and other eLearning blogs This week on eLearning Learning , the top two articles were funny to see side-by-side: You can find them on the Weekly Edition. Both articles may be interesting to read, but it also highlights how hot Micro-Learning is right now.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  SUNDAY, MAY 17, 2015
    [Blogging] CNN’s side of the conversation
    The post CNN’s side of the conversation appeared first on Joho the Blog Bernie Sanders gave as good an interview as he could this morning on CNN, trying to stick to the issues as Brianna Keilar repeatedly goaded him to attack Hillary Clinton, or to comment on the horse race. What’s your path to victory? Are you a spoiler here?
  • MIND HACKS  |  SUNDAY, MAY 17, 2015
    [Blogging] Spike activity 15-05-2015
    Excellent fMRI primer on the Brain Box blog. Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news: What does fMRI measure? The Wall Street Journal has an excellent profile of neuroscientist Sophie Scott and her research understanding laughter. Time has a piece on how rappers are de-stigmatising mental illness. The Brighter Side of Rabies.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2015
    [Blogging] John Lennon: dreamer awake
    The post John Lennon: dreamer awake appeared first on Joho the Blog I asked my mobile this morning to shuffle up Instant Karma – Save Dafur, a two-volume set of John Lennon covers. Great album. Big mistake. So I’m not going to say anything about this mix except that it shows why inconsistency is the truth.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2015
    [Blogging] The Matrix glitches and puts Bruce Schneier next to the head of the NSA
    The post The Matrix glitches and puts Bruce Schneier next to the head of the NSA appeared first on Joho the Blog Historic key signing? MT @ArmyCyberInst : @NSAGov & CyberCommand Mike Rogers & renowned security guru @Bruce_Schneier pic.twitter.com/CjmJR2K4lL. — James Losey (@jameslosey) May 14, 2015.
  • EUEN SEMPLE  |  SUNDAY, MAY 10, 2015
    [Blogging] Blogging and leadership
    have long thought that good blogging is somewhere between poetry and essays. The activity of blogging calls on the writer to develop a heightened awareness of their surroundings and to work out their reactions to those surroundings. And not just reading poetry but writing it.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  THURSDAY, MAY 7, 2015
    [Blogging] Facebook, filtering, polarization, and a flawed study?
    appeared first on Joho the Blog Facebook researchers have published an article in Science, certainly one of the most prestigious peer-reviewed journals. It concludes (roughly) that Facebook’s filtering out of news from sources whose politics you disagree with does not cause as much polarization as some have thought. Zeynep Tucekci.
  • EUEN SEMPLE  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2015
    [Blogging] Finding our voice
    This process of waking up, finding our voice, and improving our collective understanding is the still untapped potential of the web and of blogging. Our conversation touched on many of the challenges we face in the modern world but we kept coming back to how passive people have become and how little dissent there is these days.
  • DONALD CLARK PLAN B  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2015
    [Blogging] Is the ‘closed’ mindset of the Open Educational Resources community its own worst enemy?
    Its focus is largely on HE but it contains a great deal of useful and well argued positions – although not the positions I take in this blog – and he does, rather smugly but mistakenly, quote me as being some sort of silicon valley narrative apologist in the book The successes have been those that bucked these trends. 1.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  MONDAY, MAY 4, 2015
    [Blogging] A civic-minded man
    The post A civic-minded man appeared first on Joho the Blog I was walking on the street in front of Wheelock College today when I saw an elderly man, nicely dressed, stopping as he walked along to pick up the plastic bags stuck in the shrubbery. “Thank you,” I said as I passed by him. He chatted me up: My name, what I do, etc.
  • BETH KANTER  |  MONDAY, MAY 4, 2015
    [Blogging] DoGoodData Conference: Live Long and Prosper with Data for Good!
    Here’s a round up  closing plenary and a brief  reflection about the plenary session and some great learning moments below.  I will also share my notes and reflections on other sessions at the conference in a second blog post. Alicia Schatteman (@aschatteman) May 1, 2015. Closing Keynote Plenary Session. Mark of a good conference?
  • DOC SEARLS   |  MONDAY, MAY 4, 2015
    [Blogging] Mercy for the bereaved
    Blogging Events News Personal Dave Goldberg death mercy SurveyMonkey William ShakespeareI didn’t know Dave Goldberg , but I can’t count of all the friends and relatives who knew him well. By all their accounts, he was a brilliant and wonderful guy, much loved and respected by everybody who knew and worked with him.
  • STEPHEN DOWNES: HALF AN HOUR  |  SUNDAY, MAY 3, 2015
    [Blogging] The Study, and Other Stuff
    On the idea that "the Stephen that today has exceeded the impact of members on that committee through blogging, his newsletter, presentations, and software writing."This Though the latter two threads are of endless interest, I'd really rather only focus on the first, for today. That's why I cited work from the study itself. recognize this.
  • GEORGE SIEMENS  |  SUNDAY, MAY 3, 2015
    [Blogging] The Linearity of Stephen Downes. Or a tale of two Stephens
    Stephen Downes responds to my previous post : “I said, “the absence of a background in the field is glaring and obvious.” ” In this I refer not only to specific arguments advanced in the study, which to me seem empty and obvious, but also the focus and methodology, which seem to me to be hopelessly naïve.”. Our paper is bad.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  SUNDAY, MAY 3, 2015
    [Blogging] NPR frees up 800,000 stories
    NPR has announced that it’s making 800,000 pieces of audio embeddable anywhere you want, including on this blog: When you browse their site you’ll find an “embed” button to the right of a story’s “Play” button. The post NPR frees up 800,000 stories appeared first on Joho the Blog
  • STEPHEN DOWNES: HALF AN HOUR  |  SATURDAY, MAY 2, 2015
    [Blogging] Research and Evidence
    Here's what Siemens says about these colleagues in his recent blog post on the debate: One approach is to emphasize loosely coupled networks organized by ideals through social media. Before blogs were called web 2.0, It is a criticism focused on a specific work, a specific study, which I believe well and truly deserves criticism.
  • NIGEL PAINE  |  FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2015
    [Blogging] Rachel Salaman Interviewed Me on the Mind Tools Website
    I was interviewed a while ago by Rachel and it was published recently on the Mind Tools site. Please listen by clicking here,  and let me know what you think.
  • GEORGE SIEMENS  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2015
    [Blogging] On Research and Academic Diversity
    This community, certainly blogs and with folks like Bonnie Stewart, Jim Groom, D’Arcy Norman, Alan Levine, Stephen Downes, Kate Bowles, and many others, is the most vibrant knowledge space in educational technology. Before blogs were called web 2.0, This forms the first three chapters.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2015
    [Blogging] A UN museum?
    appeared first on Joho the Blog I got to spend yesterday with an awesome group of about twenty people at the United Nations, brainstorming what a UN museum might look like. This was under the auspices of the UN Live project which (I believe) last week was endorsed by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. Some of us. Where we did not meet.
  • STEPHEN DOWNES: HALF AN HOUR  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2015
    [Blogging] Non-Research Citations in the Siemens Research Study
    There are many non-research articles cites, with a particular preference toward foundations, consultants, a few blogs and news and magazine articles. ELearnSpace Blog. Defending himself against my criticism of his recently released research study on distance and online learning, George Siemens tweets: Au contraire mon frère. 2004).
  • JAY CROSS  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 2015
    [Blogging] Why Content Curation Should be in Your Skillset
    They have the same job but instead of paintings, deal with digital artifacts such as: blog posts and Tweets. Publish on social sites, blog, mail list, and social media. The initial attempt to offer the curated news as RSS feeds and on blogs bombed. Curation can boost your profit and help your people grow. It starts in a gallery.
  • BETH KANTER  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 2015
    [Blogging] Nepal Earthquake Roundup: Emergency Fundraising Attention Cycle
    ” Nancy Schwartz has an fantastic blog post offering expert advice on how nonprofits should communicate during a crisis, using the situation in Baltimore and the Nepal Earthquake as hooks to offer some recommendations. Image Source: ntegrity. shared this article on Facebook and it sparked an interesting discussion.
  • JAY CROSS  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 2015
    [Blogging] Ten years after
    In 2002, ASTD and I introduced a blog, Learning Circuits Blog, about eLearning and networking. I was an early and frequent contributor. For a simple blog, we went far. Two years later we launched the Learning Circuits Blog. Tony Karrer and Dave Gray figured heavily in making the LC Blog go. Bad move. Or 2006.
  • DAVID GURTEEN  |  MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2015
    [Blogging] Blog Post: Interactive Dialogue or Serial Monologue: The Influence of Group Size on conversation
    By David Gurteen Over the years, in running my Knowledge Cafes, I have discovered through trial and error and careful observation that the ideal size of a group for interactive conversation is four people. If not four, then five is OK but three is better. This research paper confirms my observations.
  • DAVID GURTEEN  |  MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2015
    [Blogging] Blog Post: Are there any more questions?
    Johnnie Moore recently blogged that Q&A is not interaction. By David Gurteen. Nancy Dixon has ranted on A Rant on Are There Any Questions? have suggested we dont give talks but hold conversations and like Nancy I have talked about Are There Any Questions? and Donald Clark so often says Dont lecture me. But it is so often what they get!
  • DAVID GURTEEN  |  MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2015
    [Blogging] Blog Post: Is there anything wrong with the term 'Company Culture'?
    By David Gurteen Is there anything wrong with the term Company Culture ? In an article in HBR, Why Company Culture Is a Misleading Term. John Traphagan thinks there is. But Dan Pontefract in a response in Forbes There Is Nothing Wrong With The Term Company Culture. thinks there isn't. What do you think
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2015
    [Blogging] My losing bingo card
    Here’s my losing card: The post My losing bingo card appeared first on Joho the Blog At our daughter’s baby shower — which was awesome — we played Baby Shower Bingo. You fill in a bingo card with items, and if during the opening of the gifts any of those items have been given, you mark it on your card.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 2015
    [Blogging] Our new plummy acting
    The post Our new plummy acting appeared first on Joho the Blog I have to say that I’m enjoying our new hammy acting style. But hammy isn’t the right word for it, since it implies a lack of craft. So I’ll call it plummy. The fact that I’m a kosher vegetarian has nothing to do with this.) is not hammy or plummy.
  • DAVID GURTEEN  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2015
    [Blogging] Blog Post: Gurteen Knowledge Tweets: April 2015
    By David Gurteen Here are some of my more popular recent tweets. Take a look, if you are not a Tweeter, you will get a good idea of how I use it by browsing the list of micro-posts. Johnnie Moore @JohnnieMoore thinks that Q&A is not "interaction" and I totally agree!! link]. No, That Meeting Could Not Have Been an Email [link]. link].
  • DAN PONTEFRACT  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 2015
    [Blogging] There Is Nothing Wrong With The Term ‘Company Culture’
    Dan''s Related Posts: Rethinking the Work of Leadership In Answer To Your Questions About FLAT ARMY Apparently, Organizational Culture is Crap Micro-blogging can help build your organisational culture Can Humanism Replace Capitalism? I nearly choked to death this morning, while chomping away on my cereal. ” WHAT? Own Working Together.
  • CLARK QUINN  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 2015
    [Blogging] Personal Mobile Mastery
    Of course, you can snap pictures or films for later recollection and reflection, and contribute them to a blog post for reflection. A conversation with a colleague prompted a reflection. The topic was personal learning, and in looking for my intersections (beyond my love of meta-learning ), I looked at my books. Is there more?
  • BETH KANTER  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 2015
    [Blogging] Nonprofits Need To Nurture the Next Generation of New Leaders
    She had such a great insights about why it is important, what is keeping us from doing it, and how to get beyond those road blocks.  I invited to her put her thoughts into a blog post and this is the result! Flickr Photo by Wesley Fryer. We Need New Leaders – Guest Post by Joan Garry. Two facts. We need a new generation of leaders.
  • DONALD CLARK PLAN B  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 2015
    [Blogging] Well, well, well: ‘wellness’ blogger lied about having terminal cancer
    But my revulsion reached a new low today when I read that Australian ‘wellness’ blogger, Belle Gibson, had lied about having terminal cancer, to sell her blog and book. Belle is a foolish young girl that deserves pity rather than scorn but many proponents of mindfulness, wellness and happiness are playing a similar game. So I bought it.
  • BETH KANTER  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2015
    [Blogging] Nonprofits: Keep Calm and Mobile Friendly
    What that means is that my blog is now smart enough to figure out what type of browser you’re using to read and then serve it up in a format that looks good on your device. Click to Test Your Web Site Now. Is your web site mobile friendly? queried a few colleagues for advice. lost potential donors) to justify the cost.” Mobile
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2015
    [Blogging] HillaryHusseinClinton.com
    The post HillaryHusseinClinton.com appeared first on Joho the Blog I registered HillaryHusseinClinton.com to keep it out of the hands of those who do not support her. For $13, why not? suppose I should have registered BarackRodhamObama.com just for the sake of symmetry.
  • CLARK QUINN  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2015
    [Blogging] Why models matter
    recognize that I talk a lot in concepts, e.g. these blog posts and diagrams, but there’s a principled reason: I’m trying to give you a flexible basis, models, to apply to your own situation. It was only at the top level where you used the basic principles of business to run your organization. That was then, this is now.
  • DAVID GURTEEN  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2015
    [Blogging] Blog Post: Cloudy with a hint of fog
    By David Gurteen I ran one of my regular London Knowledge Cafes recently at the Rubens Hotel in London, sponsored by Joyce Harmon of Core and Conrad Taylor , one of the Cafe regulars who very kindly did a great write-up of the evening. A big thanks Joyce and Conrad. And of course the speaker Andrew Driver. Cloudy with a hint of fog. Conrad Taylor.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 2015
    [Blogging] When Mom beat Ma
    The post When Mom beat Ma appeared first on Joho the Blog I have a friend who wonders when “mom” turned into a plain old noun instead of a name, as in “My mom drinks coffee” vs. “Hey, Mom, would you like some coffee?” The Ngram does show a serious uptick for both in the early 1940s. So, I dunno.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 2015
    [Blogging] open source workers
    Open source software development brought us distributed collaboration tools such as blogs and wikis. Openness enables knowledge-sharing, which fosters innovation through a diversity of ideas. Trust emerges in networks that are open and transparent. This is how open source software is developed. There are lessons to learn for open source work.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 2015
    [Blogging] Hillary in the uncanny valley
    The post Hillary in the uncanny valley appeared first on Joho the Blog As a strategist for nine successful presidential campaigns and a selectman’s race in an Indianapolis (not the Indianapolis), I’d like to offer Hillary Clinton some free advice: Get yourself out of the uncanny valley. Did you doubt that they were real people?
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 2015
    [Blogging] nobody pays attention
    On this blog I have taken many half-baked ideas and worked at simplifying convoluted concepts over several years. These people are not those who have read your blogs posts, articles, or books. “Do you remember that document I sent you and briefed you about?” … “No, I didn’t think so.”. Assume that nobody has read what you have written.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 2015
    [Blogging] [shorenstein] Managing digital disruption in the newsroom
    NOTE: Live-blogging. The post [shorenstein] Managing digital disruption in the newsroom appeared first on Joho the Blog David Skok [twitter: dskok ] is giving a Shorenstein Center lunchtime talk on managing digital disruption in the newsroom. He was the digital advisor to the editor of the Boston Globe. Congrats!]. Missing points.
  • BETH KANTER  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 2015
    [Blogging] Ahead of Give Local America, 7 trends in Giving Days
    This post was cross-posted on the Knight Foundation Blog. Source: GiveMN A school principal rides a zipline as a way to bring attention to Give to the Max Day in Minnesota. Guest Post by Michelle Huttenhoff, Knight Foundation. Our work started with The Giving Day Playbook , a soup-to-nuts guide that is continuously updated. Guest Post
  • BETH KANTER  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 2015
    [Blogging] What Improvisation Can Teach Social Change Leaders
    Viola Spolin’s Blog. David Havens from Collective Capital , a company that works with business in the area of innovation through improvisation and design thinking. Okay, I admit the improvisation work is a lot of fun, but there is a lot of learning embedded in the reflection and debriefs. Collective Capital (@cocapimprov) April 6, 2015.
  • CLARK QUINN  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 2015
    [Blogging] Starting from the end
    And the impact is what the Kirkpatrick model properly is about, as I opined in the blog debate. The blog post is the short version, but I also wrote this rather longer and more rigorous  paper  (PDF), and I’m inclined think it’s one of my more important contributions to design (to date ;). strategy
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 2015
    [Blogging] [shorenstein][liveblog] Phillip Martin on reporting poverty, and Boston’s racist image
    ” NOTE: Live-blogging. The post [shorenstein][liveblog] Phillip Martin on reporting poverty, and Boston’s racist image appeared first on Joho the Blog Phillip Martin of WGBH is giving a Shorenstein Center lunch. He is a Boston-based investigative reporter who (says Alex Jones) “tries to explain the city to itself.”
  • BETH KANTER  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 2015
    [Blogging] A Simple Way for Nonprofit Leaders To Incorporate Mindfulness Into Their Daily Work
    Expect a few blog posts from me on these topics, but in this post I’d like to reflect on what I learned about mindfulness lead by  Chris Block , CEO of American Leadership Forum in Silicon. Without one of these legs, you’ll fall over as a leader. ”  It can be practiced simply with just paying attention to your breathing.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 2015
    [Blogging] How to hear Bach’s St. John Passion
    John Passion appeared first on Joho the Blog I find the weird sounds that opera singers make — singing — to be creepy, but even I find Bach’s St. John Passion moving. The post How to hear Bach’s St.
  • DONALD CLARK PLAN B  |  MONDAY, APRIL 6, 2015
    [Blogging] Don’t follow leaders. follow tweeters! Twitter as CPD
    But the real power is in the humble hyperlink, the ability to link to something you’ve written (blog post, infographic etc.), like Google for search, books for in-depth study, videos for talks, blogging for productive reflection and email for getting real things done. When I first used Twitter, it was a bit of a punt. Let me explain.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  MONDAY, APRIL 6, 2015
    [Blogging] Culture is unfair
    The post Culture is unfair appeared first on Joho the Blog After all, your camera (= phone) already can identify the faces in a photo. This will inevitably lead to the claim that if five people are watching a for-pay movie on a TV, we ought to be paying 5x what a single person does. After all, it’s delivering five times the value.
  • EUEN SEMPLE  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 2015
    [Blogging] Memos to self
    If it hasn''t already become obvious to my readers, most of my blog posts are memos to self. Things that I think, want to think, don''t think, try to think. Even the posts about other people are about me. The things that I admire, the things I aspire to but also the things that press my buttons, the things I look down on, the things I envy.
  • STEPHEN DOWNES: HALF AN HOUR  |  SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015
    [Blogging] My Viva
    Throughout the last fifteen years or so I have assembled thousands of small items, hundreds of blog posts, and various talks and longer works. Patrick Dunleavy offers this list of ten typical questions that might be asked on your PhD oral exam. So how would I have answered these questions? Dunleavy''s post begs a response. 1. Perhaps. etc.).
  • CLARK QUINN  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 2015
    [Blogging] Measurement?
    First, if you haven’t seen it, you should check out the debate I had with the good Dr. Will Thalheimer over at his blog about the Kirkpatrick model.  He’s upset with it as it’s not permeated by learning, and I argue that it’s role is impact, not learning design (see my diagram at the end). Great comments, too! We’ll
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 2015
    [Blogging] [shorenstein][liveblog] Juliette Kayyem on communicating about security
    NOTE: Live-blogging. Juliette Kayyem , a former Boston Globe columnist, a commentator, Homeland Security advisor to Gov. Deval Patrick, and a former candidate for governor of Massachusetts, is giving a Shorenstein Center talk about how to talk with the public about security issues. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Paraphrasing badly.
  • BETH KANTER  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 2015
    [Blogging] Creating A Culture of Continuous Improvement Based On Data
    It was designed to complement existing technical assistance resources through tip sheets, examples, and links to multiple resources. I was most interested in Part 2 (pages 17-21) because I think the advice is applicable to organizations beyond those managing head start programs. Senior leaders model the skill that Edgar H. Cultural Indicators.
  • JAY CROSS  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 2015
    [Blogging] Summarizing Learn for Yourself
    I just copied a rough draft of my new book, Learn For Yourself , into a free summarizer. In a few seconds, it reduced my 116-page manuscript to 10 items. It’s all a matter of learning, but it’s not the sort of learning that is the province of training departments, workshops, and classrooms. Do you use a summarizer to condense text?
  • DAN PONTEFRACT  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2015
    [Blogging] Waxing Lyrical On Leadership, Engagement, Purpose & Innovation
    Wikis, blogs, microblogging, video-sharing are all very important aspects of an organization’s culture. The fine folks at Learnnovators conducted an interview with me recently, where I spouted off on aspects of leadership, engagement, purpose and innovation. The results can be found below: 1. What are the challenges ahead? repeat).  .
  • BETH KANTER  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2015
    [Blogging] Nonprofit Crowd Funding Success Formula: Robust Planning, Networks, and Blessings
    The crowd-funding campaign I ran for the Dalai Lama Foundation got a shout-out on @kanter ‘s blog today! They provided them with materials to help them reach out to their networks, including sample status updates, tweets, newsletter blurbs, and blog posts. link]. Gingger Shankar – musician/composer. Robust marketing plan.
  • STEPHEN DOWNES: HALF AN HOUR  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2015
    [Blogging] The Power of Reuse: Wikipedia in Action
    Pete Forsyth, Wiki Strategies (See also his blog post with resources for this panel at [link] ) In the past we''ve been saying that it''s important to the field of OER to improve content. Summary of a panel at the Hewlette Grantees'' Conference. Errors are again my own. But really, it''s about teaching and learning. They need this support.
  • DOC SEARLS   |  THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2015
    [Blogging] Because freedom matters
    Most were from people I know, most of whom were well-known bloggers a decade ago, when blogging was still hot s**t. also hate that nearly all the readers all of us ever had on our own blogs are now here. Sixty-eight likes and dozens of comments followed. Some were funny (“You’re not?”). ”). Howdy. Why not?
  • DOC SEARLS   |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 2015
    [Blogging] The most important event, ever
    Note: Another version of this post appeared first on the ProjectVRM blog. I’m doing a rare cross-posting here because it that important. IIW XX, the 20th Internet Identity Workshop, comes at a critical inflection point in the history of VRM: Vendor Relationship Management , the only business movement working toward giving you both.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 2015
    [Blogging] [shorenstein] Farnaz Fassihi on Reporting from the Middle East
    NOTE: Live-blogging. I’m at a Shorenstein lunchtime talk where Farnaz Fassihi is giving a talk titled “Reporting from the Middle East.” ” Farnaz writes for the Wall Street Journal. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information. Introducing artificial choppiness. Over-emphasizing small matters. As Pres.
  • DAVID GURTEEN  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 2015
    [Blogging] Blog Post: The difference between a Knowledge Cafe and a Community of Practice
    By David Gurteen. I am frequently asked the difference between a Knowledge Cafe and Community of Practice (CoP) as it is not always clear to people. Etienne Wenger defines a Community of Practice as a group of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact on a regular basis.
  • DAVID GURTEEN  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 2015
    [Blogging] Blog Post: The Red Cross Red Crescent Experience of the Randomised Coffee Trials
    By David Gurteen Randomised Coffee Trials (RCTs) are an amazingly simple way of connecting people in an organization, helping to build the social fabric and build community. The Red Cross Red Crescent have been one of the pioneers to implement them on a global scale. The bottom line: "people loved them".
  • MIND HACKS  |  MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2015
    [Blogging] Mind Hacks excerpts x 2
    This month, Business Insider have republished a couple of chapters from Mind Hacks the book (in case you missed it, back before the blog, Mind Hacks was a book, 101 do-it-at-home psychology experiences ). The excerpts are: 1. Steven Pinker covers the same advice in his new book The Sense of Style (2014). books
  • EUEN SEMPLE  |  MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2015
    [Blogging] Wish fulfilment?
    There are good folks in there trying to bring about change but the question I posed on my blog ten years ago is sadly still relevant. I was reminded again over the weekend of the £25Bn pounds that were spent on the NHS patient records system - to deliver NOTHING. Something like 50 percent of IT projects fail.
  • DOC SEARLS   |  TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2015
    [Blogging] A blast from the independent past
    I just ran across a post (below) on my old blog from Tuesday, July 12, 2005 : a few months less than ten years ago. Note that what I wrote on the old blog was outlines. To me the latter is not “the essence of blogging.” Right now,  according to Technorati , the item has been blogged about sixteen times.
  • DAVE SNOWDEN  |  SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 2015
    [Blogging] Tools & Process v Networked Human Judgement
    PS - For anyone who posts a comment to this blog, pls note that I will be away from the office enjoying a spring break holiday with my family. I'll respond to any comments upon my return Late in April, Gary Wong and I will be delivering our complexity and safety training course in Houston.
  • DONALD CLARK PLAN B  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2015
    [Blogging] BBC’s Micro Bit gadget is bizarrely misguided
    Gadgetry is not computing Emma Mulqueeny’s infamous blog post " 7 reasons why the Year of Code is just AMDram " echoed my own views at the time but this turns a reasonable attempt to change the computer studies curriculum into a gadget-led mess. When the Year of Code was launched I likened Coding to the new Latin. Who cares if it’s that size?
  • BETH KANTER  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 2015
    [Blogging] If the Ancient Greeks Had iPhone Separation Anxiety: Fitbippides
    Taking long walks is good for you in many ways as this blog post from Canva points out.  It summarizes a lot of recent research on the benefits. Noise to Signal Cartoon. Some call it FOMO— Fear of Missing Out—or nomophobia—Fear of being out of mobile phone contact or FOBO—Fear of Being Offline. That is actually a disorder. What worked?
  • DOC SEARLS   |  MONDAY, MARCH 9, 2015
    [Blogging] Finally, maybe, getting a podcast rolling
    The last steps were: 1) heating up podcast blog page, 2) updating WordPress and Akismet (to kill the 3,000 spam comments there), and 3) adding the.mp3 file of the podcast itself. I did that by putting it on the same directory at Searls.com as the last podcast already sat. Art Blogging Personal problems Hi, Liveblog fans. Thanks!
  • BETH KANTER  |  MONDAY, MARCH 9, 2015
    [Blogging] Book Review: When Millennials Take Over and the Fluid Workplace
    While the book did not include a visual of this idea, I found the above visual from Ed Brenegar’s blog which illustrates the idea of fluid bureaucracy.   The visual is an excellent example of the convergence of the “ONA” or organizational network analysis from Rob Cross. The social internet revolution.
  • DONALD CLARK PLAN B  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 2015
    [Blogging] Forget 21st Century skills - revive 18th Century skills
    Digital literacy Across the world young people have collaborated on Blogs, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to bring down entire regimes and force political change. A mantra (that has now turned into an empty trope) among educators who need a serious sounding phrase to rattle around in conferences and reports is ‘21st Century Skills’.
  • MIND HACKS  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 2015
    [Blogging] Radical embodied cognition: an interview with Andrew Wilson
    ‘The Ecological Approach to Visual Perception’ by James J Gibson is an absolute masterpiece and the culmination of all his empirical and theoretical work. I run a blog at  [link] with Sabrina Golonka where we discuss all this a lot, and we tweet @PsychScientists. sent him a few questions by email. Can you outline why?
  • STEPHEN DOWNES: HALF AN HOUR  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2015
    [Blogging] Design Elements in a Personal Learning Environment
    From the student''s perspective, by contrast, the view is to a set of other students or course instructors, and via interactions with these course participants, to a wide range of resources and services across the wider internet, everything from blog posts to YouTube videos. In the years that followed CCK would be offered three more times.
  • STEPHEN DOWNES: HALF AN HOUR  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2015
    [Blogging] Notes from ELI 2015 Riyadh - Day One
    toos, blogs, skype - exotic applications - 2nd life, Twitter - not used much for learning - high acceptance by traditional studnets just a few, eg. leadership - are leaders supporting and demonstrating effective technology use? very few empirical studies supporting the claims of Tapscott, Presnky, etc - so what are these studients doing?
  • JAY CROSS  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 2015
    [Blogging] I’ve been depressed. You?
    lost interest in my work, stopped blogging and taking photos. I’ve been depressed. Telling you this will blow my chances of running for president, but what the hell: I have been clinically depressed for the last two years. It’s a form of going crazy. became a near-hermit. . Everything is gloomy. Nothing seems worthwhile. Hallelujah! Get help.
  • EUEN SEMPLE  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 2015
    [Blogging] Happy Birthday To My Blog
    It is now fourteen years since I wrote my first blog post on The Obvious? In some ways it feels like yesterday, in others it feels like I have always blogged. No I don''t get paid directly for blogging but it has led to all of the work that I do. Is that really another year gone by? There is still magic in it
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 2015
    [Blogging] [liveblog] David Sanger on cybersecurity. And Netanyahu
    NOTE: Live-blogging. David Sanger of the NY Times is giving a Shorenstein Center lunchtime talk about covering security. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information. Introducing artificial choppiness. Over-emphasizing small matters. Paraphrasing badly. Not running a spellpchecker. You are warned , people. ” 3.
  • BETH KANTER  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 2015
    [Blogging] Captivology: The Science of Capturing People’s Attention
    Parr uses the metaphor of building a fire to describe how capturing attention works. In his book, Parr interviews experts in the field of psychology and cognition to examine what it takes to build this “bonfire of attention,” and presents a framework about the 7 “captivation triggers” of attention. Books
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 2015
    [Blogging] innovation means learning at work
    It could be a regular blog; sharing day-to-day happenings in activity streams; taking pictures and videos; or just having regular discussions. “So it is important to understand that there is no one-size-fits-all philosophy in terms of successful innovation. The one constant is that you have to be open to change and new points of view.
  • BETH KANTER  |  MONDAY, MARCH 2, 2015
    [Blogging] Measuring the Impact of Your Nonprofit Program
    newsletters, social media, blogs, annual reports, etc.). What are some of the best books or blogs or other resources for learning more about measuring impact? A few months ago, I facilitated a  mini-innovation lab on measuring impact for grantees of the  Google Nonprofit program at the  Impact Hub. Europe and Latin America. Report Out.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2015
    [Blogging] my pkm story
    identified my blog as the main platform by which I try to make implicit knowledge (e.g. After just two years, I saw my blog as  a valuable productivity tool, and comments and links from others added even more value. A KM Replacement. Here are some reflections on how my thoughts have evolved over that decade. PKM shifts responsibility.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2015
    [Blogging] [liveblog] Data & Technology in Government
    NOTE: Live-blogging. I’m at a discussion at the Harvard Kennedy School listening to an awesome panel of Obama administration technologists. Tomorrow there is an afternoon of discussions sponsored by the student-led Technology for Change group. believe that tonight’s panel is a coincidence, but it is extraordinarily well-timed.
  • ROSS DAWSON  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2015
    [Blogging] Video: Why professional services leaders need to think about the future
    Leading up to the Client and Firms of the Future: How to Compete conference in Sydney on March 11 (which I discussed in a previous blog post ), my co-organiser George Beaton and I have recorded a brief video to set the scene. In the video we begin by addressing the question: Why do professional services leaders need to think about the future?
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2015
    [Blogging] [shorenstein] CNN Digital’s New Rules for Modern Journalists
    NOTE: Live-blogging. Meredith Artley , editor in chief of CNN Digital, is s giving a Shorenstein Center talk on “new rules for modern journalists.” ” [Disclosure: I sometimes write for CNN.com. I don’t know Meredith and she doesn’t know me.]. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information.
  • STEPHEN DOWNES: HALF AN HOUR  |  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2015
    [Blogging] Ten Key Takeaways from Tony Bates
    Moreover, the concept of blogging did not exist. Today we take electronic notes, blog them directly, and hire blog moderators to ensure children don''t get themselves into trouble publishing online. So in what follows, the key points (in italics) are his, while the text that follows is my discussion. instructor-defined?)
  • BETH KANTER  |  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2015
    [Blogging] 5 Games Supporting Nonprofits’s Missions, from Low-Tech to High-Tech
    They also offer any reader of Beth’s Blog a special discount code of 10% on the conference registeration (use this code: 10beth when you register )    Meghan Ventura from Games for Change has wrote this guest post about how nonprofits are using games to leverage their missions. Games for a New Climate. ” Senate Immersion Module.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2015
    [Blogging] adapting to perpetual beta
    It has been eleven years since I started blogging here. There is no such thing as a social business strategy. There are only business strategies that understand networks. Cooperative and distributed work is becoming the norm in the network era. Social learning is how work gets done in networks. Learning is part of work, not separate from it.
  • DAVID WEINBERGER  |  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2015
    [Blogging] [shorenstein][2b2k] Wesley Lowery on covering Ferguson and the effect of social media on the reporting ecosystem
    NOTE: Live-blogging. You can be blogging on the side. Wesley Lowery is a Washington Post reporter, recently ex of the Boston Globe. He’s giving a Shorenstein Center lunchtime talk on covering Ferguson. Afterwards: It was great.]. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information. Introducing artificial choppiness.
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