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Louise Robinson-Lay

State Of The Internet 2011 - 72 views

    • Louise Robinson-Lay
       
      I love the constantly updating ticker on this site too!
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    infographic on how important the web is to us all over the world
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Dennis OConnor

The Power of Twitter in Information Discovery | Both Sides of the Table - 30 views

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    The author provides a short history of information discovery that provides a fascinating context for the article.  You see the evolution of web info over the paste decade. You also get some true insight on how to consume information using social tools.  Abundant links to web 2.0 apps make this article well worth the time to read (and re-read it).  
mbarek Akaddar

Bnter - 21 views

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    Conversations tell stories. Share the interesting ones.
mbarek Akaddar

Search | Organize Information from the Web & Social Media | Zukmo - 28 views

  • Remember Nothing. Zukmo Everything! Organized and Searchable Digital Memory for Information You Consume
anonymous

Qwiki - 68 views

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    wow!
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    An amazing technology that aggregates content from across the Internet and presents it in a unified, media-rich fashion.
Sheri Edwards

Information Overload in the 17th Century - Science and Tech - The Atlantic - 12 views

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    What a glut of books! Who can read them? As already, we shall have a vast Chaos and confusion of Books, we are oppressed with them, our eyes ache with reading, our fingers with turning. For my part I am one of the number--one of the many--I do not deny it... Robert Burton's 1621 work The Anatomy of Melancholy:
Steve Ransom

Immersed In Too Much Information, We Can Sometimes Miss The Big Picture : All Tech Cons... - 22 views

  • Although we find ourselves as travelers in the age of over sharing, it turns out we remain quite adept at avoiding the really tough topics.
  • Google’s Eric Schmidt recently stated that every two days we create as much information as we did from the beginning of civilization through 2003. Perhaps the sheer bulk of data makes it easier to suppress that information which we find overly unpleasant. Who’s got time for a victim in Afghanistan or end-of-life issues with all these Tweets coming in?
  • Between reality TV, 24-hour news, and the constant hammering of the stream, I am less likely to tackle seriously uncomfortable topics. I can bury myself in a mountain of incoming information. And if my stream is any indication, I’m not alone. For me, repression used to be a one man show. Now I am part of a broader movement — mass avoidance through social media.
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    A must-read: "Although we find ourselves as travelers in the age of over sharing, it turns out we remain quite adept at avoiding the really tough topics."
David Hilton

ERIC - Education Resources Information Center - World's largest digital library of educ... - 27 views

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    Enormous collection of scholarly articles on education research, many of them available for full-text download.
J Black

YouTube - Information R/evolution - 0 views

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    Below Information copied from Youtube (written by MWesch) This video explores the changes in the way we find, store, create, critique, and share information. This video was created as a conversation starter, and works especially well when brainstorming w... This video explores the changes in the way we find, store, create, critique, and share information. This video was created as a conversation starter, and works especially well when brainstorming with people about the near future and the skills needed in order to harness, evaluate, and create information effectively. High Quality WMV download: http://www.mediafire.com/?atyamxuyn2p Quicktime: http://www.mediafire.com/?6hqygitsy0v If you are interested in this topic, check out Clay Shirky's work, especially: http://www.shirky.com/writings/ontolo... Also check out David Weinberger's Everything is Miscellaneous: http://www.everythingismiscellaneous.... This video is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License. So you are welcome to download it, share it, even change it, just as long as you give me some credit and you don't sell it or use it to sell anything.
Ruth Howard

mediatedcultures.net @ kansas state university - 0 views

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    beautiful comparative presentation by mwesch on digital information gathering filing use sorting etc
Jeff Johnson

Content used to be king (learning in an online world) - 0 views

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    There was a time when books, newspapers, magazines and journals were the prime source of content and information.  It was always your move! navigating the authority maze,  enjoying slow reading of (limited) information sources in order to gain a knowledge base that matched a particular curriculum outline. This was when content was king and the teacher was the sage on the stage. Now communication is the new curriculum, and content is but grist to the mill that churns new knowledge. Why?  I came across a few good reads this week that set me thinking and wondering about the changes that we must support in our teaching and in our library services.
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