Those who follow my blog know that I have used Many Eyes and TagCrowd to develop wordcloud visualizations of data in the past. John Krutsch has taken this concept in a natural direction and mashed up one’s Twitter feed with a tag cloud generator. Below is my Tweet Cloud: Tweet clouds have been getting a… Read more Tweet Clouds
With a nod and thanks to Gabriela Grosseck for sharing this by delicious: [Original source: http://blaugh.com/2007/01/04/act-like-a-professional/]
Thanks to my background in quality, I try to stay current with some of the business blogs in addition to education blogs. One that I like is Guy Kawasaki’s blog, so when he suggested businesses look at Penelope Trunk’s advice, that is worth checking out. Penelope was advising businesses on the best ways to hire… Read more Is Education In Sync?
Back on February 14th while I was heading down to eLearning 2008, Will Richardson made an interesting blog post entitled, “What Do We Know About Our Kid’s Future, Really?“. I commented and have followed the ensuing conversation, which now is up to 73 comments. In our office, we have been using wordclouds to look at… Read more Our Kids Future(s)
A little microblogging here. Saw this t-shirt at Despair.Com (one of my favorite websites) and immediately ordered it! Sums up my feelings some days!
I shared with my graduate class the blogs I that routinely read. I must first caveat that statement by noting that I use Google Reader as an aggregator to collect any updates on a daily basis to the seventeen blogs that I subscribe to. So, in no particular order, here are my favorite educational blogs: 21st Century… Read more Education Blogs