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PUBLIC MARKS from jlesage with tags research & SocialNetworking

28 November 2006

jlesage's reviews

my tagcloud from stumbleupon; just discovered I could import my delicious tags and comments there. Stumbleupon is my newest obsessively visited site.

27 November 2006

Pew Internet: Riding the Waves of "Web 2.0"

10/06 report from one of the major sources of information on Internet use in the United States

Dion Hinchcliffe's Web 2.0 Blog

by 7 others
rather technical; useful list of many web2.0 bloggers; frequent comparison of sites serving a similar function

24 November 2006

18 November 2006

JEP - The Journal of Electronic Publishing

many of the past issues were on thematic concerns; ever of greater importance in academic and knowledge communities is the how-to of electronic publishing

06 November 2006

Back to School with the Class of Web 2.0: Part 3

by 1 other
Oct 06, review of software potentially useful to students and teachers; overview useful for folks interested in thinking about Internet and education in new ways

15 October 2006

CiteULike: A free online service to organise your academic papers

by 46 others
CiteULike is a free service to help academics to share, store, and organise the academic papers they are reading. When you see a paper on the web that interests you, you can click one button and have it added to your personal library.

11 October 2006

09 October 2006

About radical reference | Radical Reference

a service provided by volunteer library workers from all over the United States to assist demonstrators and activists

05 October 2006

Morph: We Imagine Archives

Media Center blog about technology and narrative; thoughtful writing; group of writers take on a specific topic related to narrative and communication weekly

03 October 2006

"Theses on Distributed Aesthetics" by Anna Munster & Geert Lovink

We live inside fragmented and spatially dispersed networks, and do not just use the computer as part of a network.

01 October 2006

Pew Internet: Future of the Internet

well worth downloading and printing the 104 pp PDF document; the list of contributors alone is worth following up on; especially interesting on the inequalities and possibilities for repression