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Anthony and I had a chance to view this Nightline segment at one of our Sakai sessions today. Please take a look, as we both think that the methods used by the IDEO group would be useful if applied in EdLab. Sorry the size of the video is so small.
Very cool system for doing peer review (comments, annotations, etc.): http://gibeo.net/. For an example, see this CNN example (try highlighting text and viewing other people's comments).
Wired is running an article on this free Concept mapping software available for download. I am interested in this software as a way of looking at the interface for the Pathways distance learning project.
My very short review of Steven Johnson's new book: anthony.thinkingprojects.org Also, I'm checking the book back into circulation if anyone wants to read it- it should be on the shelf soon: Educat Record
Is there a way, using this Drupal software, to do the following:See all new comments in one place?receive an email alert when a new blog entry has been posted?receive an email alert when a comment has been made on a blog entry you authored?
- Changes all medium sized images to 400px in width (from 600px in width; 600px was too large for low-resolution screens) - Created a medium-large image which is 800px in width (for zooming-in) - Change left bar opacity to 20% when viewing image gallery - Make thumbnails on splash screen right justified - Make “Delete this Collectionâ€? only available to super-users
How do we interpret the fact that I am the only one who has uploaded a picture? If our group will not participate in that way, can we really expect other people to be inclided to upload photos of themseleves on the upcoming SocialScholar system? I fear that the pictures work well on Friendster (and similar services) because without them people will have no chance of finding a potential date. I read in the Freakonomics book that members of ...
An interesting site I learned about while listening to this interview with Andy Hertzfeld. It tells the story of the development of Apple's original Macintosh computer, and the people who created it. The site was turned into a book as well.
The organization section on the Rockefeller site has been finished from my side. It now includes a description, 4 content blocks (Press Release, Court- Related / Reports & Presentations, Advocacy and Publicity), and the ability to view complete listings. Maureen, Po & Todd- The bio and the releavant documents should now be added.
The University of Texas at Austin is ridding its undergraduate library of all its books. All 90,000 volumes will be distributed to other facilities on campus so the undergraduate library can be converted into a 24-hour technology center http://wiredcampus.chronicle.com/2005/05/we_dont_need_no.html