13 décembre 2018

Open Source Enterprise Weblogging

Open Source Enterprise Weblogging
Derek Morrison explores the mysteries of WordPress MU installation, and that he is up to part three suggests that there are mysteries aplenty. WordPress is an open source blogging application; the 'MU' stands for 'Multi User' and allows an enterprise - such as a university - to allow multiple users to create blogs. More...

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In Praise of Simpler Standards?

In Praise of Simpler Standards?
Such a pleasure that Scott Wilson has joined the blogosphere, and we're still in the heady first few days of his blog where every topic is new (it gets harder in the second year, when you realize you made the same point before, somewhere). In this item, Wilson outlines other values he thinks are important in specifications work are: utility, precision, free, open and clarity. More...

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Tim Wang's Education Blog

Tim Wang's Education Blog
Scott Leslie introduces us to a new education blog, Tim Wang's. wang's focus is on e-learning in China, as this item suggests, or this item about the China Japan Korean Open Source Software Initiatives. More...

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Shoeless and Bark Online Project Blog

Shoeless and Bark Online Project Blog
Jennifer Wagner wrote in EdTech today, "I have never yet had a blog which was not compromised by someone posting inappropriate and harmful information which then becomes available to my students and participants." I know how that feels; I cleaned out more detritus from my own website this weekend. More...

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The Blog Blog

The Blog Blog
Dave Pell launches a blog called the Blog Blog, a blog about blogs (and I set the record for the most uses of the word 'blog' in a sentence). More...

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Enterprise Blogging

Enterprise Blogging
Good overview of the potential uses for blogs ina commercial enterprise, including inbformation sources, employee communication, and corporate intelligence. More...

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Six Apart to buy Live Journal

Six Apart to buy Live Journal
A seismic event in the blogsphere, Six Apart - the company that produces Moveable Type, a popular blogging software, is about to acquire Live Journal (at least according to this report), one of the largest blog hosting companies in the world with about 6.5 million users. More...

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Mired in a Blog

Mired in a Blog
I have long maintained that a society is not democratic if its institutions are not democratic. It follows, therefore, that society is not very democratic, as most of our institutions employ a much older form of governance. More...

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Good Riddance To DOPA

Good Riddance To DOPA
The Deleting Online Predators Act (DOPA) is history, and just as well, because it would also have deleted bloggers, discussion forums, wikis, and more, at least in the United States. More...

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Diigo User Communities

Diigo User Communities
It was like a tidal wave over the weekend as large segments of the edublogosphere discovered the social networking and resource sharing site Diigo. The site has been around for a few months; I flagged a resource in my aggregator from Beth Kanter last September on the site. But the flood came over the weekend. Vicki Davis tried blogging directly from it on Thursday. More...

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