Encouragement =) (September 19, 2003, 0) - (good karma)
Date: Wed Sep 17 14:24:33 2003 +0800
First of all, thank you for your presentation at PSITE’s first national
IT Student Congress. As a member and officer of the PSITE national
Board, I believe we were privileged to have you.
Second: I think that perhaps when you and I were born, someone had
lazyweb – many eyes make features shallow (March 21, 2003, 0) - “If you wait long enough, someone will write/build/design what you were thinking about.” http://iawiki.net/LazyWeb
How did I get there?
Google:RSS+blog+etiquette (such a strange query!) led me to http://www.openp2p.com/pub/a/p2p/2003/01/07/lazyweb.html, which links to http://www.blackbeltjones.com/work/mt/archives/000190.html, which wasn’t very useful. Google:lazyweb got me http://www.lazyweb.org, though, which seemed to be the definitive resource, except it’s somewhat broken and it looks like a
Repositories (September 23, 2003, 0) - - Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching: higher education, peer reviews
- Wisc-Online Resource Center
- http://www.uw-igs.org/search/index.asp?viewall=1[University of Wisconsin System Institute for Global Studies Learning Object Database]]: global studies
- University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA)
- http://www.careo.org: Alberta
Oh, the library… (November 26, 2009, 2) - I have a confession to make: I stalk the Toronto Public Library.
The library publishes a list of new acquisitions online every 15th of the month. And every 15th of the month, I check out the new releases for business and other topics I’m interested, pick the ones I’m interested in, and hand my list
Reading books (December 10, 2007, 0) - I’m curled up in front of the fireplace, writing on my laptop as W- and J- read books. We’ve just come back from a trip to the library, and I brought back eight books that I’m looking forward to reading. I’ve started on a whole ‘nother reading tear, this time about storytelling. My current source