Streams, not blogs?

Jay Cross

Blogging has been an important part of my life for ten years but now I’m wondering if the party isn’t moving on. Like classrooms in training, blogs will always be around. But also like classrooms, blogs are ceasing to be the primary source of value. My blogs show but one of many perspectives of Jay. Blogs are author-centric in a world that’s increasingly about relationships. To fork or not to fork?

Social Media, elearning, Blogs, Lifestream, & Productivity

Big Dog, Little Dog

eLearning Learning , a collection of blog posts and articles all around eLearning, now has a blog. The long tail of blogging is dying - Because blogging isn't easy. People are still reading blogs, and other content. Where is Everyone?

Instructional Design, Crowdsourcing, Audio, Typography, Blogs, & Psych

Big Dog, Little Dog

Administer a blog. Using Audio Markers in Adobe Presenter - Audio Narration in E-Learning Content: Using Audio Markers - Michael Hanley in E-Learning Curve Blog. Are Blogs Losing Their Authority To The Statusphere? Blog authority as measured by Technorati is declining.

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Many of the blogs I follow are part of the eLearningLearning community. When it comes to free cloud apps, I also share them on my blog's Free Cloud Apps page. It is tough to stay on top of all the great stuff being offered out there, but the blogs and social media certainly help. Cloud Blogging Social Media Twitter Google e-Learning Cloud Computing

Egoboo integration

Jay Cross

Google blog search “Jay Cross&#. Tracking where you’re mentioned is tougher now that conversation on the web takes place on Twitter, Facebook, FriendFeed, and numerous other flows. Friendfeed /jaycross.

Under the radar: great technologies you could be using

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Write a blog? Activity streams, e.g. Jay’s FriendFeed. FriendFeed. blogs , one of which is home to this page. Learning Technologies 2009. Track 1 Session 1. Learning technologies: the road ahead. Under the radar: great technologies that you could be using. URL for this page:[link]. TInyURL for this page: [link]. Collaborative Learning; for exploring music (and our soundtrack) MariaFernanda choconancy.

518 to 0 in one click - Declaring Google Reader Bankruptcy

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

And these days I actually find myself monitoring TWITTER and other microblogging aggregators like FriendFeed , and SocialThing more often. My blog automatically sends a notification TWEET to my TWITTER feed, and I've seen this more and more from others in my circle.Â

Walkabout Reflections

Jay Cross

I think of my rambunctious blog as one never-ending roll. Looking back at 60 days of blog posts is easier with Friendfeed. It’s also experimental blog posts, interviews, and thoughtful emails. Remember this one?

From 100 to 600+ eLearning Twitter-ers

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

I just saw a Gmail alert for Jane Hart's 600+ Learning Professionals on Twitter Didn't I just blog about 100+ eLearning Professionals to follow on TWITTER ? I may be pushing it a little, but have you tried FriendFeed yet? Wow!

Activity Streams

Jay Cross

For example, my FriendFeed pages show activity from this blog, the Internet Time Blog, my Flickr account, bookmarks I put on Delicious, and my entries from Twitter. An activity stream is a mash-up of an individual’s or organization’s feeds.

12 ways social media are screwing with bad work habits

Janet Clarey

Now I can’t Tweet, update my Facebook status, blog, bookmark, etc. because my every click will show up on FriendFeed and I’m supposed to be in some fictitious 2:00 meeting. Or are you going to make it a blog post? Can’t hide. Other person: “Want to talk at 2:00? <pause> <pause> Me: “No, I’ve got a meeting at 2:00.&# {note: there is no meeting}. Other person: “OK, how about the same time tomorrow?&#.

Informal Learning Flow

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

I follow people on blogs, Twitter and Friendfeed. This information engine is the brain child of my pal Tony Karrer whom you know from the eLearning Technology blog, enthusiastic conference presentations, the recent Corporate Learning Trends Event with George Siemens and me, and TechEmpower. Professional learning is increasingly driven by demand, not supply. You decide what you need or want to learn and you go get it when you feel like it.

Teaching the Social Web

eLearning Development

I’ve seen discussions and blog posts about appropriate use of social tools like Facebook , Twitter , LinkedIn and FriendFeed in the workplace. When do we start demanding that workers also demonstrate effective use of Twitter or LinkedIn or Ning or blogging? Yesterday my wife got a message on Facebook from a friend asking for advice on how to handle a young teenage girl’s use of MySpace. I instantly went into parent mode and told her how we deal with our teenager.

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Jay Cross

It pleases me to think of all of the passing information, entertainment, notifications, tweets, blogs, magazines, newspapers, and so on as a never-ending stream. Links take me to my blogs, tools, events, clocks, clubs, and communities. My home page links to my public-facing material: blogs, videos, Flickr, SlideShare, popular articles, several communities, free chapters from Informal Learning, and so on. Feeling lost?

Hot List - April 1, 2009 to April 11, 2009

Tony Karrer

In my previous post on this topic, I outlined five change factors: The E-learning Curve blog shares thought-provoking commentary and practical knowledge for e-learning professionals. Blog CBT Distance Learning University 2.0 Ignatia Webs , April 2, 2009 Big question of April launched by Tony Karrer via the Learning Circuits Blog is: stuck/unstuck or how to cope with old-school learning when your head buzzes with new eLearning methods and ideas. This is her blog.