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Graham Perrin

?oname= trick maybe not working for all people in Network - 5 views

http://www.diigo.com/network/christyinsdesign?oname=christyinsdesign appears as expected (limited to Christy's bookmarks) http://www.diigo.com/network/grahamperrin?oname=grahamperrin appears as ex...

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started by Graham Perrin on 18 Sep 10 no follow-up yet
Graham Perrin

Network views are sometimes slow today - 2 views

Example: http://www.diigo.com/network/Maggie_diigo taking maybe twenty seconds to load

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started by Graham Perrin on 18 Sep 10 no follow-up yet
Graham Perrin

Adopt items from other users to my library - 25 views

Something I forgot to mention: if you comment using a bookmark, image, meta or network view alone — without ever clicking 'Save' for the bookmarked item — then your comments are in the ...

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Gordon Herd

Twitter as a Personal Learning Network (PLN) | What's New in the World? - 3 views

  • Personal Learning Networks are all the rage at the moment. As with a lot of “modern” things, they’re existed for a long time but have now got a snappy new name. It used to be called “advice from friends and colleagues”. But in the era of social media the word friend has taken on a new meaning. Social media has provided me with a lot of friends who I’ve never met and never spoken to. I’ve exchanged a few tweets with them, commented on or received comments on a blog article, or maybe read a few forum posts, and as a result these people are, in Web 2.0-speak, friends.

    A PLN can take advantage of lots of different services – Facebook is perhaps the best-known, Ning is also very popular and offers The Educator’s PLN, but there are lots of others, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. Of all the available services, the one I find the most fascinating (and the most useful) is Twitter. One of the most interesting things I learned about Twitter before I even tried it was that it is like Marmite. It polarises.

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    Article on the use of twitter as a personal learning network.
Graham Perrin

network: comments fail to promote bookmarks - 6 views

bug network order bookmark comment

started by Graham Perrin on 28 Nov 09 no follow-up yet
Graham Perrin

Search if bookmarked + Does not show up - 28 views

Yes, the same result. The mis-count is probably comparable to (2008-11-02) mis-counts of bookmarks and readers at 'Reader Community' and at 'Site Community'

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Graham Perrin

like mark applied within a group must be re-applied without the group - 3 views

At http://groups.diigo.com/group/Web2?view=recent I like Why I don't use Google Reader anymore - scobleizer's posterous Bug — inconsistency At http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fsc...

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started by Graham Perrin on 29 Oct 09 no follow-up yet
Graham Perrin

RSS feed from network areas - 13 views

Suggestion Offer feeds from URLs such as http://www.diigo.com/network/joel http://www.diigo.com/network/joel/tag/performance

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Graham Perrin

I'm missing from my network - 7 views

If we're to gain RSS feeds from the /network/ area, then its understandable that the default views of our networks should exclude ourselves. With that in mind treat this topic as resolved.

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Graham Perrin

network: bookmark dialogue contains someone else's entries (not my own) - 10 views

For a bookmark to which I already added my own description and tags, when I review the bookmark from within my network then click the Save button: * my tags are missing * my description is ...

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Graham Perrin

Can't find my watchlists..! - 46 views

@ yuppi c Your http://message.diigo.com/message/658330 is read only and at my http://message.diigo.com/message/660683 I'm trying but failing to add you to the conversation (sorry) …

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Clif Mims

EduDiigo - 0 views

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    The purpose of this wiki is to explore the potential of Diigo in educational settings.
Paul Streby

Enhanced linkroll doesn't work - 68 views

theenergynet wrote: > 1. Your enhanced linkroll script fails to work properly. I created an enhanced linkroll in Firefox, but when I checked the "only annotated" box, nothing showed up. I have ...

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Ole C  Brudvik

Museum 2.0: Hierarchy of Social Participation - 0 views

  • Level 4: Individual, Networked, Social Interaction with Content (Me to We with Museum)

    This is the level where web 2.0 sits. Individuals still do their interacting with the content singly, but their interactions are available for comment and connection by other users. And the architecture promotes these connections automatically. For example, on Netflix, when you rate a movie highly, you don’t just see how others have rated it; Netflix recommends other movies to you based on what like-minded viewers also rated highly. By networking the ratings, tags, or comments individuals place on content, individuals are linked to each other and form relationships around the content. A successful level 4 experience uses social interaction to enhance the individual experience; it gets better the more people use it. The social component is a natural extension of the individual actions. Which means, perhaps, users are ready for…

  • As always, comments are encouraged—and in this case, strongly desired as I work on refining this content for the article.
  • using web 2.0 to promote civic discourse in museums, I’m developing an argument about the “hierarchy of social participation.” I believe that, as with basic human needs, experience design in museums (and for other content platforms) can occur on many levels, and that it is hard to achieve the highest level without satisfying, or at least understanding, those that come before it. One of the impediments to discourse in museums is that fact that designers want to jump straight from individuals interacting with content to interacting with each other. It’s a tall order to get strangers to talk to each other, let alone have a meaningful discussion. And so, I offer the following hierarchy of social participation.
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  • Level 5: Collective Social Interaction with Content (We in Museum)

    This is the holy grail of social discourse, where people interact directly with each other around content. Personal discussions, healthy web bulletin boards and list-servs fall in this category. Healthy level 5 experiences promote respect among users, encourage community development, and support interaction beyond the scope of the content.

  • So how do we level up?

    The good news is that moving up the levels does not require new content. At all levels, the interaction and participation can occur around pre-existing content. A lot of museums top out at level 2 or 3, imagining that offering people heightened opportunities to interact with content, or to create their own content, is enough. Granted, I’m not sure if social engagement is the goal for interactive designers. But with side benefits like deeper connection with the content, greater appreciation for the museum as a social venue, and heightened awareness of other visitors, it deserves a place at the drafting table.

Spiral Funk

Web Worker Daily » Blog Archive 8 Tips for Better del.icio.us Bookmarking « - 0 views

  • While the for: tag is well known among delicious users (and specifically supported by delicious), some delicious users use the via: tag to track who provided a link. That allows people browsing your links to know who else they might want to add to their network on del.icio.us. Ric Hayman of Aqualung proposes that this could form the basis for a reputation economy online.
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