My Recent Bookmarks 02/10/2010

  • Tweeted this pre-iPad, quietly hoping it would be realised when Stevie took to the stage. General disappointment followed however this prototype stayed with me.
    Firstly because it’s a fantastic example of prototyping an idea. Further to this and despite the interaction on display being nothing particularly new, it is an insightful glance into where publishing is headed. Look around you and you will see Kindles, iPhones, Androids and all manner of touch enabled devices stuck to people’s digits. Their presence becomes more ubiquitous each day.

    tags: info_overload, web_monitoring

    • Firstly because it’s a fantastic example of prototyping an idea. Further to this and despite
    • As a magazine atoms become bits the opportunity to provide exhaustive content is apparent however can be at odds with the audience need. As someone who subscribes to Wired’s printed publication I get that.
  • The lines are blurring between marketing and training just as they are between learning and working. The connectivity enabled by social computing gives us an opportunity to identify overlapping areas and redundancies in organizational human performance support. A unified support function, focused on really serving workers and helping them grow, could significantly reduce the 77% of CLO Magazine survey respondents who feel that people in their organization are not growing fast enough to keep up with the business.

    tags: socialmedia, social_media, knowledgemanagement, elearning, info_overload

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marco

Communications in social services/social change, immigration, diversity & inclusion in Toronto. Wannabe librarian, interested in nonprofit tech innovation.

Communications in social services/social change, immigration, diversity & inclusion in Toronto. Wannabe librarian, interested in nonprofit tech innovation.

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