Hyperbole is a wonderful tool. When I write this what I mean is that it is an effective, sartorial means of conveying self-deprecating thoughts and personal triumphs. Here are some hashtags you’ve no doubt seen floating around on Twitter, in other status messages and blog posts, on buttons and badges and, no doubt, on t-shirts […]
Who was at DevLearn 2009, and what were their goals? There were about 1,200 people at DevLearn (guesstimate) with a large majority interested in doing better E-Learning, interest in serious games and social learning with a subset of that group, maybe 200 people, very plugged into the Twitter community and interested in networking with each […]
Harold’s thesis, to me, at its core is one of how to manage the knowledge. He’s throwing it all in the same sink, which is fine at a high level, but when you get down to it there are deeper dives… I posit that the deeper dives are where we find bigger, fundamental challenges.
A friend emailed me this morning asking how I go about blogging as a Mac user, and how I manage the buzz between Twitter and Facebook. My workflow for blogging uses these tools, not necessarily all together: WordPress MarsEdit WordPress for iPhone ScribeFire (for Firefox) WordPress is the web application running on PHP/MySQL that I […]
I found my friend. And inside me, the little kid whose friend moved away pretty much the whole of my life ago is pretty happy. It’s probably weird. It *sounds* weird to me. It sounds like the kind of thing for which I normally rank on people (namely Facebook users). So color me hypocrite.