Archive for November, 2009
The image above is what the website of Inventory magazine looks like, to me.
Like many others, I generally block Flash using Flashblock. Most Flash is an intrusion, and it slows up my machine and uses resources I could use to keep more tabs open… Yes, I can choose to see what is in Flash. Why does this site not want me to see anything?
If I can’t instantly get something from your site… I’ll likely move on, and any chance of sharing knowledge will have gone.
standards based Web sites which work in any browser and which are truly inspirational and from which we can learn from using view-source
I fully support Paul’s campaign, and encourage others to support this.
As I said in Lessons from Jamie Zawinski
You don’t need stuff to be unreadable to be attractive.
So, you can make stuff look good and read properly.
How did a Twitter chat work?
I had a brief meeting today, about Knowledge Management.
I didn’t know where the meeting started; I didn’t know everyone who was there. I didn’t know when the meeting started – and I wasn’t invited.
How did that work then? Basically, I spotted a tweet from someone I follow that was hashtagged with #KMers. Following the link got me to the live search for the hashtag, and I was able to take part in the lively discussion – the bit that particularly interested me was the creative tension between folksonomy and taxonomy.
What’s it all about?
Chasing it up after the event, I found the excellent KMers.org site, where a group of Knowledge Management professionals
I just lucked into it. I enjoyed the section I was involved in, and I’d recommend future events.
You can see the transcript of the [Pilot Chat] Best Ideas from KM World.
If you are interested in Knowledge Management you should take a look. Maybe I’ll see you there?
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