Knowledge and Learning In The News - 6/1/2005

Big Dog, Little Dog

Screencasting Del.icio.us. Folksonomies? Human Performance: If you don't find it often, you often don't find it. In some sequences of images, an item would be present half the time, and the volunteers missed only 7 percent of them. But when the item appeared only 10 times in every 1,000 images, their error rate rocketed to 30 percent. The Education Podcast Network.

Even learning is miscellaneous

Clive on Learning

A second example relates to a series of courses I developed between 2003 and 2005 with a colleague of mine called David Kori. And, of course, this principle is massively extended online as users collaborate to create folksonomies to sort the millions of items to be found in flickr, del.icio.us, YouTube and endless other sites. In my 20s I spent a couple of years working in management accounting for a large multinational.