Some new ways to look at infrastructure

Doc Searls

As aphorisms go, it’s a close relative to the subtitle of McLuhan’s magnum opus, Understanding Media: the Extensions of Man (Berkeley, 1964, 1994, 2003). Nothing challenges our understanding of infrastructure better than a crisis, and we have a big one now in Houston.

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. And Twitter Search finds 28 in the last day (I didn’t go back any farther there.)

Trending Sources

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. For example, we could search in real time, but search engine indexes were essentially archives, no matter how often they were updated.

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.” Blogs, via Google Reader for sifting through RSS feeds or suggestions from friends. I use Google to search my own work.).

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Twitter Is Where Conversations Go To Die

Luis Suarez

Or how you have also automated your blog posts and whatever other feeds into your Twitter stream so that folks would know where to head to read your writing of more than 140 characters.

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. The top response (in reverse chronological order, from the search), posted twenty minutes ago by DeepLinking , says, I gotta know how much Technorati is charging for the blog-clipping service SiliconValleyWatcher is talking about [via Jason Calacanis ].

Online Community Toolkit | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Conflict avoidance resources More Online Facilitation and related Books Case Studies GEWR Online Event After Action Review (2008) March of Dimes Share Your Story – Community Birth Story(2005) Case History: Online communities in the UK National Health Service – Humberto Alejandro Gumeta Chávez (January 2003) Evolution of an On-line Education Community of Practice – a case study about the TappedIn online educator’s community by Mark S.

[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. NOTE: I'm liveblogging. I'm making mistakes, leaving stuff out, paraphrasing, getting things wrong. This is an unreliable record. ].

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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 TypePadstevenberlinjohnson.com « | Main | » Ive always been weirdly obsessed with the question of how life on earth would have evolved differently if there had been no moon.

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? This would allow for searches - not just keyword or phrase searches, Google already does that, but structured searched.

Long Live?

Tony Karrer

percent in 2003 and 70.58 percent of all training in 2003 to 6.39 I 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. Just got through reading - Long Live Instructor-Led Learning - by Saul Carliner, who is a person I know, like and respect. Wow, did he step in it on this one.

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. The text was written two years before it was published - your textbook of 2007 was written in 2003. I was searching, and I found these guys. But my RSS feeds were driving me nuts.

Groups vs Networks: The Class Struggle Continues

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

And I was talking to people there about, you know, because they start this life when they’re five years old, six years old and they go off – they go into the mountains and they’re on their own and they’re tending their cattle and, they feed themselves and they clothe themselves and all of that.

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Kisangani

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. I am watching Live 8 as I write this, rebroadcast on a Sunday morning on AOL, thankful to be able to witness this moment, and alternating between rage and hope.