In a recent piece at egdge.org Clay Shirky talks about the changes brought about by the internet and relates them to historical events. To make a historical analogy with the last major increase in the written word, you could earn a living in 1500 simply by knowing how to read and write. The spread of those … Continue reading Publishing is the New Literacy
My hand selected best links I shared on Twitter from 1/14/2010 through 1/21/2010 in no particular oder: not enuf women have what it takes to behave like arrogant self-aggrandizing jerks Clay Shirky's "Rant About Women" post. Both men and women should read this. I meant to blog my reaction to it but have run out … Continue reading Top Ten Links – Week 3
One of my presentations from Internet Librarian 2009. For this one I presented with Tom Ipri, Rachel Vacek and Anna Creech Collaborating in the Clouds: selecting toolshttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=il2009cloudslideshare-091031094115-phpapp02&stripped_title=collaborating-in-the-clouds-selecting-toolsView more presentations from Bobbi Newman.
One of my presentations from the 2009 COMO conference in Columbus GA Bring on the Rain Putting the Cloud to Work for You: in introduction to cloud computinghttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=comocloudslideshare-091009105015-phpapp01&rel=0&stripped_title=bring-on-the-rain-putting-the-cloud-to-work-for-you-in-introduction-to-cloud-computing View more presentations from Bobbi Newman. Google docs Zoho Buzzword Preezo PreZentit PBworks Wetpaint Wikispaces 30 Boxes Google Calendar Yahoo MyHomePoint Remember the Milk Ta-Da list Todoist … Continue reading Bring on the Rain Putting the Cloud to Work for You: in introduction to cloud computing
At the end of the Becoming 2.0 four day workshop we all shared how we get organized. Let's face it, most of us are expected to do more and more in the same amount of time. Some of the tips and tools the class shared were: Evernote, Getting Things Done, 43 Folders and Google notebook. … Continue reading How do you get organized?