Tag Archives: networking

no analytics, :-)   ;   no conversation, :-(

The blog blog analytics issue means little to me as I am here mainly to clarify my own thoughts rather than to find an audience, but D’Arcy Norman’s comment that “distributed blog conversation has basically vanished” disappoints me (especially in the … Continue reading

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What is Wrong with Web-based Networking

Yahoo Shutting Down Del.icio.us, Ning’s recent abandonment of its free service, and the end of Bloglines are just the most recent examples of why it seems dangerous to rely on proprietary solutions to the problem of data storage for web-based networking … Continue reading

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myPE(N)L ctd

So here is my current Personal Environment for Networked Learning (which I think of as the interface with physically remote people and information):

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is a mess (like this post) because my data streams are not well integrated.

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