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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]