Monthly Archives: April 2008

On Twitter, Blog aggregators and Conference Augmentation

…if augmentation is the correct term. In March 2007 I attended the ALT-C conference in Nottingham. After registering, I was invited to give my blog address to the organisers so they could add it to their Yahoo pipe. All the … Continue reading

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Does my time need to be rescued?

Patrick’s posts about his efforts in managing time more efficiently have caused me to have a go with a couple of the applications he’s mentioned. One is ThinkingRock, which is based on the principles of Dave Allen’s “Getting things done”. … Continue reading

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Reorganization

 Several people have made some very insightful posts about the proposed reorganization of IET; Patrick, Martin and Will have all made some interesting observations (and Patrick and Martin have used far better images than I have – but at least I took … Continue reading

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Facebook – a positive angle

In the light of all these reports about the dangers of information availability on the net, I decided to share a recent experience. I received a letter addressed to somebody else at my home address. The name of the addressee was … Continue reading

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Twitter Blocks

Yet more reflections on Twitter. Since my last post, I’ve started to warm up again considerably to twitter. But why? I also use Facebook. This is mainly for the statuses. I really enjoy the ever changing statuses of my friends. … Continue reading

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