My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 7.2.2011 through 7.9.2011. In no particular order: 1. Comcast targeting digital divide – If you’ve heard me speak or read my writings about the digital divide you know I applaud the FCC’s National Broadband Plan to ensure that high-speed internet access is available to everyone. But that I also express concern that just making … Continue reading Top Ten Links 2.27: The Digital Divide, Digital Devices & Your Rights, Personal Brand, Time Management & More!
My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 4.30.2011 through 5.6.2011. In no particular order: 1 TEDucation: 5 TED Talks Librarians Should Watch (and Why) Andy has put together a list of 5 must see TED talks. Ken Robinson – Schools Kill Creativity William Kamkwamba: How I Harnessed the Wind Malcolm Gladwell – What We Can Learn from Spaghetti Sauce Mark Bezos – … Continue reading Top Ten Links 2.18: TED Talks, Failure, ALA, Privacy, Personal Branding and Identity
I shared this tip with a friend yesterday and he suggested more people might like to be aware of it. Use Evernote* to clip online feedback about you. If you are mentioned in a meaningful way in a tweet, blog post, article or whatever, clip it. Create a new folder in Evernote just for this these clips, call it “reputation” or “feedback” or whatever. When … Continue reading Using Evernote to Track Online Reputation