Headlines for Tuesday:
|A||X||@0800 Leave for Finch station|
|A||X||@0900-1200 BL728 FIS2186 Metadata Schemas and Applications Q1 from 2006.02.14|
|A||X||@1030-1130 IBM meeting in person : E-Mail from Julie Waterhouse|
|A||X||@1300-1400 DIYPlanner template: water/sleep|
|A||X||@1430-1500 +praxis Set up Twiki : E-Mail from Jason Foster|
|A||X||@1500-1600 Prepare for Evaluate to Motivate|
|A||X||@1600-1730 BL728 Expertise in Organizations|
|A||X||E-mail Tita Gay about spring break plans|
|B||X||@1800-2000 Attend Toast IT at Metro Hall, 55 John St., 3rd floor - Toronto Q2 from 2006.02.14|
|A||C||Set up Kerberos authentication|
|A||C||Sleep early because we're going to IBM tomorrow|
|C||C||Write about the blogging tutorial|
See, I _knew_ taking Metadata Schemas and Applications would be a terrific idea.
Hello, all ... There has been a slight change in the Course Outline for session 7 of FIS 2186. Jennifer Trant will be talking about folksonomies, in general, and about their particular application within the art museums domain. This will afford us a look at the emerging phenomenon of "social tagging", as well as a focus on metadata in the museums context. I have posted some articles on Folksonomies in the Class 7 folder on FIS 2186 BSCW. You might want to check these out in advance of Ms. Trant's presentation, February 28th.
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