Month: February 2005

Online's top 25 search engines

The Guardian has reviewed a set of search engines, Google, Yahoo! and MSN feature of course, as well as some less heard of sites. I’d heard of IceRocket, though only because I’d seen it reviewed elsewhere, but Mooter was one of those listed that was new. It’s another like Clusty that not only groups things…

Posting for profit

Chalk another one up for the bloggers. Less than a month after claiming that American forces had deliberately targeted and killed journalists during the war in Iraq, CNN’s chief news executive, Eason Jordan, resigned. A typical media story, except his comments were not reported by the mainstream media, but on a weblog, an online diary….

Multi User Weblogging

incorporated subversion ? Multi User Weblogging An overview of multiuser tools. The blog reviewing them, incorporated subversion, is described by the author … I¬íve been writing here (or hereabouts) since March 2003 and you can generally expect to find me rattling on about technology, communications, training, design, education, social software, open sourcing, pedagogy and everything…

Encyclopedia of Educational Technology

Encyclopedia of Educational Technology This seems to be a pretty comprehensive site. According to the home page: The Encyclopedia of Educational Technology (EET) is a collection of short multimedia articles on a variety of topics related to the fields of instructional design and education and training. The primary audiences for the EET are students and…

Northern Voice

Northern Voice A whole conference on Blogging! Some of the articles look useful, I’m hoping to have some time to read them in a little more detail later….

Digital Photography, Slideshows, and Blogs

MLX Package #1500: Digital Photography, Slideshows, and Blogs This is one of the packages available via the Maricopa Learning Exchange. It’s a workshop for creating Digital images, and then sharing them via a Blog/ Wiki. There is an example of a slideshow created using jClicker – also from Maricopa….

Categorising

Well I’ve been through most of the posts now, and done some preliminary categorising. I’m not 100% sure that I’ve got it quite right, it’s trying to get the balance between not too many categories, and not having them too broad….

Bridging the digital divide

An article in Guardian Unlimited | looks at the (possibility of) a $100 laptop aims to bring equal technology opportunities to children in the developing world. Negroponte, from MIT, is hoping with collaboration from Samsung and others to have a prototpye ready for September. In order to minimise cost, they’ll be linux based. To minimise…

Hello WordPress!

Well I’ve finally managed to export from Blogger to WordPress. Setting up WordPress was very easy. However, trying to get the posts from Blogger to here wasn’t quite so easy. It kept getting to 50% and giving me an error. However, it seems that it was a timing out issue. … The old blog will…