28 mai 2018

So What is Knowledge Management Anyway?

So What is Knowledge Management Anyway?

Another (the second in a series of twelve) short article for LearnScope. More...

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RSS at MSDN

RSS at MSDN

The Microsoft Developers' Network (MSDN) has announced the release of a half dozen RSS feeds for developers. More...

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Power Point Conversion Shoot-Out

Power Point Conversion Shoot-Out
I don't know why people would want to convert PowerPoint slides to e-learning, but about a dozen products accomplish (more or less) the task, and they were recently subjected to a Brandon Hall shootout. This page describes the contest and - best of all - links to the conversions produced by some of the products so you can see the results for yourself. Since I viewed them on Gaelon, a browser for Linux, I probably viewed results other than the software designers intended. More...

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Music Industry Drops Anti-Piracy Pamphlets on Campus

Music Industry Drops Anti-Piracy Pamphlets on Campus

I can't imagine how this tactic is going to work, especially given its intended audience. More...

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Analyst: Internet File-Sharing Bigger Than Record Business

Analyst: Internet File-Sharing Bigger Than Record Business
"Free peer-to-peer music file-sharing has become larger than the multibillion dollar recording industry with a growth trend that has become 'fundamentally unstoppable,' a media analyst told a state Senate committee exploring Internet piracy on Thursday." I agree with this sentiment. More...

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Customer Learning Conference: 60 Ideas in 60 Minutes

Customer Learning Conference: 60 Ideas in 60 Minutes
Not all of these ideas are brilliant - after all, they were produced in 60 seconds - but most of them constitute sound advice, and the document as a whole is an excellent framework for anyone thinking about providing customer learning online. More...

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Perils of Publication

Perils of Publication
In any number of fields discoveries are made on an almost daily basis that could pose a public danger. Recent discussion, including this article, has focused on the area of biological research, but of course the possibilities for mayhem are widesprea. More...

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Beyond War News, AOL's Broadband Plan May Face a Struggle

Beyond War News, AOL's Broadband Plan May Face a Struggle
AOL has been desperate to attract new revenue, so much so that it has even been selling access to video available for free from indy news sifes (Indy San Fancisco, to be precise). It is moving its online magazines into subscription-only services and has unveiled a new voicemail online service. More...

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Macromedia Unveils Future Direction for Internet Applications

Macromedia Unveils Future Direction for Internet Applications

To be released in the summer, Macromedia Central will allow Flash to be run on the desktop as well as on websites using a web browser. More...

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When a Free Download Isn't Free

When a Free Download Isn't Free
There's a lesson in this. When Glenn Fleishman's new book, a hefty 23 megabyte PDF file, was offered for free on his website the number of downloads left his web server staggering under the load and Fleishman facing a $15,000 bandwidth charge from his service provider. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 17:24 - - Permalien [#]