Monthly Archives: June 2011

Phil Bradley’s weblog: What librarians & Google are for…

Nice piece: What librarians & Google are for… via Phil Bradley’s weblog: What librarians & Google are for….

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Inner Diablog: Kids and computers

Good piece on Kids and computers by Guy. My summary is simply that our brains, and therefore our behavior and we ourselves, change when our tools change. What do we want to change towards? via Inner Diablog: Kids and computers.

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Facilitated Evolution & Research Papers

A few thoughts from last Friday’s British Library event. We should embrace Doug’s idea of facilitated evolution, including looking at how scientific papers live and move. State/Context The amount of scientific papers published today is overwhelming. Goal It’s important to … Continue reading

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Maria Popova: In a new world of informational abundance, content curation is a new kind of authorship » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism

I agree with this, very much: “Maria Popova: In a new world of informational abundance, content curation is a new kind of authorship” Read the post here: Maria Popova

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Don Norman’s jnd.org / Gestural Interfaces: A Step Backwards In Usability

Don Norman says Gestural Interfaces are A Step Backwards In Usability. Well no… There are real issues to improve usability, such as consistency, but this is a time of discovery of what’s possible. Let the cambrian era of touch flourish! … Continue reading

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