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Graham Perrin

City Brights: Howard Rheingold : Twitter Literacy (I refuse to make up a Twittery name... - 4 views

  • A channel to multiple publics
  • more than 60% of new Twitter users fail to return the following month
  • part-technological, part-social communication media
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  • A window on what is happening in multiple worlds
  • knowing how to look
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      It's much easier to view microblogging conversations in Identi.ca
  • start my wordflow for the day with something short and lightweight
  • Openness
  • Immediacy
  • Variety
  • Reciprocity
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      I'm surprised that Twitter can't present a conversation in a meaningful way. Compare with Identi.ca running StatusNet, examples: http://identi.ca/conversation/12018048 http://identi.ca/conversation/12000057 http://identi.ca/conversation/11701331#notice-11822415
  • Asymmetry
  • A way to meet new people
  • Community-forming
  • I needed an authoritative guide to
    • Graham Perrin
       
      I needed a guide to configuring a microblogging client (twhirl) to work with a StatusNet server. I was pleasantly surprised at how quickly I gained an answer.
  • communities can emerge
  • A platform for mass collaboration
  • Searchability
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      Really not as good as it should be.
  • gain value - useful information, answers to questions, new friends and colleagues
  • tuning and feeding
  • some kind of ongoing relationship
  • knowing how to tune the network of people you follow
    • Graham Perrin
       
      I expect to tune my Diigo network over a period of months.
  • how to feed the network of people who follow you
  • IRL ("in real life")
  • some personal element going, but not to overdo it
  • not crank up the self-promotion
  • skills to use productively
  • If it isn't fun, it won't be useful
  • attention literacy
  • ten to twenty minutes to regain full focus when returning to a task that requires concentrated attention
  • Comments
  • ambient awareness
  • http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/07/magazine/07awareness-t.html
  • definitely worth adding to the mix. Thank you, Stephanie
  • Implicit reputation/credibility filters
  • a recovering drop-out
  • connecting on many different planes
  • http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2009/may/12/computer-science-it
  • back channel conversations during my presentations
  • one of the best explanations of the value and intricacies of twitter
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    "Sure, Twitter is banal and trivial, full of self-promotion and outright spam. So is the Internet. The difference between seeing Twitter as a waste of time or as a powerful new community amplifier depends entirely on how you look at it - on knowing how to look at it."
Graham Perrin

I need a label software,Is there any excellent application can designing labels? - 10 views

Sorry, but you should ask elsewhere; this particular group is focused on Diigo software and services. Diigo does not produce labelling software.

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Diigo: Social Bookmarking and Annotation - 0 views

  • To use the highlight and find feature, you just type in the textbox that you use for normal searching but this time either click on the button for each word of the search term or the highlighter button. It sounds like a lot involved with the toolbar, but really once you start to use it, you will grow to love it. I mentioned that Diigo is not only a social bookmarking service, but also a social annotation service. Diigo lets you highlight any text on any site and bookmark the page saving the highlighted text. Once the bookmark is saved, the next time you visit the bookmarked page, you will still see the text you highlighted, but this time with a blue underline. You can save multiple highlights on a page and even save sticky notes to each highlighted text area that you saved. This is excellent because there are many times that I have wanted to keep a note of something specific on a site and couldn’t and later on forget why I bookmarked it in the first place. Now I can keep notes on pages so I know what I was thinking at the time. On top of all of this though is that you can set public sticky notes. Meaning that when a Diigo user is to set a note to public on a page, any other Diigo user will see the note as well when viewing it. I also should note that in order to save a public note, you must have atleast two friends to help cut down on abuse with notes on sites. Diigo has many other great features. One feature that caught my eye was the importing of bookmarks. Instead of importing a saved file to Diigo, it will actually open a popup listing all your bookmarks from your browser and let you import each on all at once or individually. It also tags them all by default using the tag, “Links” along with the name of the folder it was found in from your bookmarks directory. This is great because I don’t have to make any file or anything to import bookmarks. Another feature that I thought was interesting search page for Diigo. Diigo has searching in the interface itself, but unlike other services, it also has its own search page that lets anyone search Diigo (even if you aren’t a member). Instead of showing results in the Diigo’s website itself, it will show results on a page in a format much like Google’s which makes it a whole lot better, in my opinion. Another feature that Diigo has is friends. You can add friends to your bookmarks page so you can easily view their bookmarks when you want.
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