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Marco Castellani

Edina Technology CoP: Personal Learning Networks:Do You Diigo?! - 0 views

  • On Saturday at the Scratch workshop I attended at TIES, I convinced Troy Cherry, the presenter, to give Twitter a try. This morning, he created an account and started following me. Later he "tweeted", "I'm a huge fan of I may become a bigger fan of Diigo."
    Really interesting, since it's not too different from my recent "history"; I was quite addicted to delicious, then I discovered in a blog the daily summary from Diigo (a service that I didn't know at all), then I investigated, I learned how is working and... wow, I may become a bigger fan of Diigo, too! ;)
Jeff Johnson

do you know where your password is? ( - 0 views

    After months of work, the new Delicious is almost ready to come out of the oven. When we release it, you'll be automatically logged out of your account and will have to log in again, due to some changes we're making behind the scenes. That means now is a good time to make sure you know your username and password. Your username is what you see in the address bar when you visit your bookmarks (, soon to become And what's your password? If you don't remember, you can use our password reset tool to get a reset link delivered to the email address associated with your account.
faimone Björn

Big Blue Embraces Social Media - 0 views

  • Big Blue Embraces Social Media IBM has been encouraging social networking among its employees with in-house versions of Web 2.0 hits such as Facebook and Twitter
  • has Dogear, a community-tagging system based on
  • Blue Twit, and a rendition of the microblogging sensation
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  • as a Web page called Many Eyes that permits anyone (including outsiders, at to upload any kind of data, visualize it
  • ready attracted 30,000 users, including top executives.
  • global company with nearly 400,000 employees, most people are too far away to plop down in a teammate's cubicle or grab a cup of coffee.
  • These social tools, IBM hopes, will provide a substitute for personal connections that flew away with globalization—and help to build and strengthen far-flung teams
  • Atlas culls information from e-mail and instant chat, and helps people map and visualize their networks of contacts. It highlights links between people, helping managers locate experts on certain topics or salespeople who know a certain customer. Launched five months ago, Atlas is already running in 200 companie
  • says that it's "the fastest-growing software product in IBM history."
  • They see that it strengthens what are called "weak ties.
  • eif says that in recent months a host of top executives at Big Blue have jumped into Beehive, leading many others to do the same
Social Media Power

Social Media Newsrooms: The Ultimate Web 2.0 Tool for Your Business | Social Media Power - 0 views

    A social media newsroom is one place to send the media, prospective clients, book reviewers, or anyone who wants to know all about you, your business, or your book. This is a great explanation of SMNRs with examples.
Jeff Johnson

Online bookmarking dilemma - 0 views

    I have been facing the problem of which online bookmarking service to use for quite some time now. This is due to the fact that I have the StumbleUpon and Google toolbars installed on Firefox, and also have accounts on, blinklist and digg (and possibly some others which I can't remember right now :-). Too diversified for my own good you say. Well my thoughts exactly. So, if you have any suggestions or comments be my guest.

KEH Info Hub - 0 views

    Cool site where all my different "social bookmarking" platforms combine into one easy to read website
Raul Hugo

Tendencias de Web 2.0 aplicadas a la educación en línea - 5 views

  • En el caso de la educación, lo que muchas veces preocupa a las instituciones educativas es la libertad propuesta por Web 2.0 para la circulación libre de datos, pues en estas instituciones la información y experiencia de sus educadores es su principal producto
    • Raul Hugo
      Me parece un comentario muy acertado, conversando con el Prf. Sotelo en la Universidad la Cantuta de Perú, me dijo lo mismo, que el producto principal de ina institución educativa es la información y experiencia de sos maestros.
  • Un ejemplo de esto, sucede al buscar "arte" en De los primeros diez resultados que arroja la búsqueda, ocho son en inglés, y dos en francés (búsqueda realizada el 21 de noviembre de 2006). Estos resultados denotan que a pesar de los esfuerzos de estas compañías por detectar el idioma en que se hace la búsqueda, la ventaja se le da a los sitios en inglés. Por su parte, al hacer la misma búsqueda en, el resultado fue mucho más variado, con sitios en español, portugués, francés e inglés.
  • desde la explosión de Internet, la información está al alcance de todos. El profesor ha dejado de ser el orador sagrado, dispensador único de la ciencia. En consecuencia, su rol ha de ser definido
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  • … las posibilidades técnicas de las nuevas herramientas no garantizan por sí mismas la activación de su potencial pedagógico y comunicacional, sin el juicio crítico en la toma de decisiones, en el diseño de proyectos y en el desarrollo de programas bien se puede suceder que la innovación tecnológica sólo sea un costoso y llamativo ropaje para viejas prácticas.
    Esta explicación de la web 2.0 y como aplicarla a la educacion a distancia, me agrado mucho
Media Striker

Delicious - 0 views

    Keep, share, and discover the best of the Web using Delicious, the world's leading social bookmarking service.
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