Fri.Apr 06, 2012

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40-Hour Work Week – The Magic of Sustainable Growth

Luis Suarez

Are you prepared to be challenged, too, about your core work beliefs? Really? Are you sure? Specially, at work. Whoahh! What do you say to that?

Google Exodus: Passover told in social media

David Weinberger


How do you learn best in the workplace?

Jane Hart

It is becoming clear that more and more people are using a variety of ways – not just training – to help them (a) acquire new skills and knowledge as well as (b) learn continuously in their jobs.…. Learning

Blackboard’s identity crisis, Desire2Learn’s optimism, and Instructure’s coolness

George Siemens

Since Blackboard announced its acquisition of several Moodle partners, numerous voices have chimed in to explore what it means to education. In particular, Michael Fieldstein (as usual) has a wide ranging and thoughtful response: What the heck happened? and Phil Hill captures the tone/responses from major players. Microsoft). Instructure.

The Complex Transition to the Age of the Cloud

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

In June of 2008 I participated in a conference on cloud computing.  Where are we now, almost four years later?  Just about everyone agrees that cloud computing is one of the major trends in IT, with important implications not only to IT but to business and society in general.  This is the essence of the Age of the Cloud. 

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Signposts for the Week Ending April 6

Adaptive Path

Photos from inside instruments. As cool as it sounds. Maybe you want to put the latest in the Situated Technologies Pamphlets series in your brain. Putting words in your brain through your eyes promotes empathy and drives innovation. Keep reading! Breakpoints. And other web design buzzwords and hot topics for 2012. Noisy Jelly slightly disturbs us.

Friday Fun: All That Jazz

Dan Pontefract

Imagine for a minute, if you will, a Dad entering the en suite bathroom to find his girls in the bath. Friday Fun humour friday fun


Friday Fun: All That Jazz

Dan Pontefract

Nothing out of the ordinary if your girls are 9 and 5. But imagine if your girls have propped up an iPad on the counter and are listening to jazz.