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Harold Jarche

Harold Jarche's Public Library

Dec 23, 10

In other words, a content curator is someone "who continually finds, groups, organizes and shares the best and most relevant content on a specific issue online". The most important component of this job is the word "continually."In the real-time world of

Dec 23, 10

By empowering your distributed users to effectively leverage your accumulated language assets, MultiTrans enables you to cut the waste out of your translation process while preserving the quality associated with the art of human translation.

Dec 23, 10

DIDs for Canada

DID World Wide provides Direct Inward Dialing (DID) access numbers (sometimes referred to as virtual numbers) for Canada.

A local Canadian DID in may be forwarded by our infrastructure to conventional PSTN (Plain Old Telephone System) de

Dec 23, 10

Co-working: Rather than having your staff work in isolation, you can rent them desk space at one or a number of distributed co-working facilities. Sites like San Francisco's Citizen Space and The Hat Factory allow nomadic tech workers to share ideas and s

Dec 23, 10

OS video platform for Joomla, Moodle, Drupal, WordPress, MediaWiki, phpRails

Dec 23, 10

Forty organizations active in buying and supplying translation services and technologies have jointly founded a new industry association aimed at sharing parallel language data with the objective to stimulate innovation and automation of translation activ

Dec 23, 10

Excellent example of PKM in action!

Dec 23, 10

o, at the very outset let me tell you that the names of the steps on my KM model are stolen from David Allen, though the content of these steps may be a little different from how Allen describes them in his book. Anyway, lets quickly look through the step

Dec 23, 10

Focus your 'organising' efforts on how you're going to get stuff out, not on where you're going to put stuff in. For me, this means lots of 'small pieces loosely joined' - when I first set out to go digital, the temptation was to produce the index to end

Dec 23, 10

Just a quick share: I’m giving my Chinese history / China studies students this “starter kit” of RSS feeds about contemporary China from Asian and Western sources to start them on their self-directed explorations (and small group blog reports) about whate

Dec 23, 10

Maybe you’ve heard that the Supreme Court ruled there should be no limits on corporate campaign contributions, finding that “the government has no business regulating political speech.” This follows from the corporation’s status as a person, and money’s a

Dec 23, 10

Chamilo is a new project that opts for open source in a radical way. It aims at bringing you the best e-learning and collaboration platform in the open source world. At its start it will come in two flavours: Chamilo 1.8.6.2, the direct successor of Dokeo

Dec 23, 10

# The Situation: Companies are dealing with increasing amounts of complexity. Sometimes it’s the good variety, wherein a large business derives value from multiple product lines or diverse units. Other times, it’s the bad kind, involving dysfunctional man

Dec 23, 10

free web tools on the web (mostly) for teachers and all sorts of people, even students!

Dec 23, 10

what they didn't teach you in school about American history

Dec 23, 10

Many complex systems are based on simple rules. A set of several simple rules leads to complex, intelligent behavior. While a set of complex rules often leads to a dumb and primitive behavior. There are many examples.

Dec 23, 10

Your company doesn’t need a social media policy and here are five reasons why:

1. Your people can be trusted. In my experience as a leader, people pretty much do what you expect. If you expect them to be honest and trustworthy, they will be honest and

Dec 23, 10

Personal = according to one’s abilities, interests and motivation (not directed by external forces)

Knowledge = the capacity for effective action (know how)

Management = how to get things done

Dec 23, 10

But knowledge is not a result merely of filtering or algorithms. It results from a far more complex process that is social, goal-driven, contextual, and culturally-bound. We get to knowledge — especially "actionable" knowledge — by having desires and curi

Dec 23, 10

"I think if you d ask any senior executive at IBM, How important is it for our employees to be smarter? , inherently they understand that these tools can play in helping with that, Christensen said. "I don’t see myself rarely or ever having that hard conv

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