Monthly Archives: July 2003

The Eureka Moment

Welcome to those of you who’ve arrived here via a link from Paul Stacey’s latest column. Most of us with an interest in weblogs, RSS and nearby environs have experienced a “Eureka moment” (or several) similar to what Stacey describes: … Continue reading

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More on blogs and wikis…

A few webloggers noticed this quite fine comparison between blogs and wikis from that course I linked to below. A few selections from the complete document: blog * personal, less collaborative. * a posting is owned by poster * tends … Continue reading

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Blogs and wikis in a university writing course…

“Because new tools create new ways of understanding” Intriguing online writing course using weblogs and wikis from Minnesota’s Bemidji State University. The way it’s structured looks especially smart. Via EdTechPost

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LOVCOP Presentation wiki

The wiki url is : for those of you participating….

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LOVCOP’s on the scene…

If you read Alan or D’Arcy (and if you don’t you should), you already know that we will be co-presenting a teleconference presentation for Educause’s Learning Objects Virtual Community of Practice entitled What’s the Fuss about RSS?. It would be … Continue reading

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What’s The Pitch?

A novel online resource proposal by David Wiley:

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Total Government Awareness

The folks at MIT’s Media Lab have set up Open Government Information Awareness, in the hopes of creating “a Google of government, a massive Internet clearinghouse of information to help citizens track their leaders as effectively as their leaders track … Continue reading

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