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Online collaboration

Jay Cross

Ten tips for global communicators

Dave Gray

The difference between local and global markets is like the difference between the fishbowl and the ocean. To understand and engage successfully requires a shift in perspective. Here are a few tips to help you get the most from your global communications efforts: 1. Get outside your fishbowl.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

nancy, isn't it a shame that we depend so much on a workplace name to define the actual work we do, and more importantly (and hopefully), the impact of that work? having said that, i quite like cccm: convivial community conversation

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Terry Anderson's Proposal

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I want to first state that I am sympathetic with Terry Anderson's plaint. I have heard him over these last few years making the case for research in e-learning in Canada. And I agree that there is a case to be made. But I would like to caution that it's not an obvious case, and that the result even of a successful petition is not necessarily what we might envision.

Internet Time Blog » Interesting sites

Jay Cross

the sextet shares a few non-learning sites that may interest you. jon husband's wirearchy blog provides an alternate point of view on corporations, technology and organizational development. jon's focus is on the “social architecture

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Losing weight, in theory

Jay Cross

In my quest to lose weight. I've given up ports and a DVD drive. Steve Jobs is a mastermind. The Mac Air is just enough smaller and sleeker than its peers that it's in a different category than the MacBook it replaces. I cart this little slab around the house with me. Architecture can be jarring.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: Go Buy Microcosm Right Now!

Steven Berlin Johnson

carl zimmer may be my favorite science writer around today (others seem to agree), so i'm excited to report that his new book microcosm: e. coli and the new science of life hit the shelves yesterday. i had the opportunity to read it in

The magic between communities and networks | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

this has become a major inquiry are for me - see this happening with nptech space too. need more time to think about it

Twitter Status

Tony Karrer

My twitter status just changed. Sue Waters - who I met through the posts: Reframing Conference Social Tool Participatio and Social Conference Tools - Expect Poor Results yesterday walked me through what she had done at a couple of conferences. See her page: mlearn2007 by others and mlearn2007 my notes. Along the way, she convinced me that Twitter was something that I should stop resisting. She did this by sending a tweet out that asked how Twitter helped people with their personal learning.

Legend of the Motorcycle

Jay Cross

Today Uta and I drove to Half Moon Bay for an impressive motorcycle c oncourse d’elegance. Slide show. When I was 14, I bought a Peugeot BB Sport cyclomoteur , a 50cc motorbike, the perfect ride for an American teenager living just outside Paris for a couple of years.

A Dialogue on Race

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The other day, a memory from a long, long time ago suddenly popped into my head. In 1962, I was a 17 year old senior finishing high school at the Laboratory Schools - the wonderful K-12 schools associated with the University of Chicago. In those days, Hyde Park , the Chicago neighborhood where the U of C is located, was one of the most racially diverse neighborhoods in the country, and the Lab Schools’ student population reflected that diversity.

A post for parents and educators about the internet | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

what is the policy for working with children online where you are? how are parents included as partners? how does access and participation and use of identity change over the years of participation from early years to more career

Harold Jarche » The science of learning

Harold Jarche

teaching may be an art but there is a mountain of science behind human cognition. unfortunately it is often ignored or misunderstood in educational and training institutions. the local early french immersion debate sparked by our

Internet Time Blog » From collaboratories to public space

Jay Cross

i'm going to this. anyone need a ride from berkeley? from collaboratories to public space: bringing the world to students and putting classrooms in the wild. from science to social studies, from math to music, students are finding new

Learnlets » Social Nutworking

Clark Quinn

It's not the well-meaning people who are nuts, it's the proliferation of ways in which to network; it's completely nuts! In recent weeks I've received invitations to join Pulse, FriendFeed, Naymz, Twitter, and now Diigo (and I'm

CPSquare “Connected Futures” week 1 blog post | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

week 1 workshop blog post. i'm lending a hand for the cpsquare's ([link] “connected futures” workshop which started the last week in april. as part of our collective “end of the week activity,” we are all to blog a

Harold Jarche » The science of learning

Harold Jarche

teaching may be an art but there is a mountain of science behind human cognition. unfortunately it is often ignored or misunderstood in educational and training institutions. the local early french immersion debate sparked by our

From collaboratories to public space

Jay Cross

I’m going to this. Anyone need a ride from Berkeley? From Collaboratories to Public Space: Bringing the World to Students and Putting Classrooms in the Wild. From science to social studies, from math to music, students are finding new ways to engage the real world.

Coming for your job.or at least the way you do it now.

Mark Oehlert

( photo credit ) I keep telling people that the whole "Web X.0

Musings on “community management” Part 1 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

musings on “community management” part 1 nancy white, picking up where brogan's recent post left off, drops serious science gleaned from more than a decade of experience with this art. tags: community communitymanager

Harold Jarche » Mailserver Down

Harold Jarche

if you've sent any e-mail messages to the @jarche.com address this past week, i may have missed it, as we're having some technical issues with the mailserver. my posted e-mail still works though - hjarche at gmail dot com

Internet Time Blog » What is Cloud Computing?

Jay Cross

Joyent asked a few of us at Web 2.0 Expo to define cloud computing. I can't tell from this if we agree or disagree

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Oh well.had to get back to work anyway.

Mark Oehlert

I keep coming back to this intact cohort idea. Main | Coming for your job.or at least the way you do it now. » May 05, 2008. Oh well.had to get back to work anyway. Kon_down. May 05, 2008 in Games | Permalink. TrackBack

Internet Time Blog » What is Cloud Computing?

Jay Cross

joyent asked a few of us at web 2.0 expo to define cloud computing. i can't tell from this if we agree or disagree

What is Cloud Computing?

Jay Cross

Joyent asked a few of us at Web 2.0 Expo to define cloud computing. I can’t tell from this if we agree or disagree

Interesting sites

Jay Cross

The sextet shares a few non-learning sites that may interest you. Jon Husband’s Wirearchy blog provides an alternate point of view on corporations, technology and organizational development. Jon’s focus is on the “social architecture for the wired world&#.

Internet Time Blog » Losing weight, in theory

Jay Cross

macair2. in my quest to lose weight. i've given up ports and a dvd drive. steve jobs is a mastermind. the mac air is just enough smaller and sleeker than its peers that it's in a different category than the macbook it replaces

Internet Time Blog » Legend of the Motorcycle

Jay Cross

today uta and i drove to half moon bay for an impressive motorcycle concourse d'elegance. slide show. when i was 14, i bought a peugeot bb sport cyclomoteur, a 50cc motorbike, the perfect ride for an american teenager living just

Harold Jarche » Retail Sales Community

Harold Jarche

there are a lot of retail stores in this country and most are so small that they don't have dedicated hr, training or development staff. professional development is not often part of the life of a retail sales clerk in a small or even

Harold Jarche » School Buses – A symptom of a larger problem

Harold Jarche

cbc news reports that: the pei government will be taking about a third of its school buses off the road immediately, and pulling the rest on thursday and friday after problems were found in some of the vehicles, the province announced

Harold Jarche » School Buses – A symptom of a larger problem

Harold Jarche

cbc news reports that: the pei government will be taking about a third of its school buses off the road immediately, and pulling the rest on thursday and friday after problems were found in some of the vehicles, the province announced

Harold Jarche » Marketing Yourself as a Free-agent on the Internet

Harold Jarche

this is a follow-up post from my presentation on marketing yourself as a free-agent on the internet which i gave this afternoon at the atlantic internet marketing conference. some links for further information: small business blogs

Harold Jarche » Cognitive Surplus

Harold Jarche

this is a connecting-the-dots post. jim mcgee discusses clay shirky's recommendation to start looking at how we can leverage “cognitive surplus”: the first order of business for business is to immediately appropriate shirky's term

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Oh well.had to get back to work anyway.

Mark Oehlert

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