Tag: del.icio.us

  • The State of e-learning in Early 08

    Image from WikipediaOne of my favourite sites is The Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies which contains a link to Jane Hart’s blog. Jane keeps a finger on the pulse of e-learning and she’s doing some great longitudinal research into who is using what tools and where. I’ve been signed up via her blog this…

  • Fulfilling Readers’ Expectations…the great and the small

    Image: Expectations dcjohn Looking back over a year or more of blog posts, I can see a profound change in my blog’s focus … for the better. Back then it was a collage of the personal, professional, and even a smattering of the political. Now it is focussed on the by-line which guides my writing:…

  • 8 Days Later

    It has been a peaceful, reflective time dear reader since last I put blogfingers to keyboard … 8 days in all. It was a time in which I had the great good fortune to celebrate with my family; to give thanks for my life and to take stock of self, and as you do at…

  • A del.icio.us year

    There have been some great apps come my way this year. One of the best has been the aptly-named del.icio.us (I still have to think about the spelling when I type). I have no idea how I came across this marvellous, democratic, imaginative tag system back in January, but the first bookmark ever was ‘How…