Streams, not blogs?

Jay Cross

While I write a couple of public-facing blogs, Internet Time and the Informal Learning Blog , I spend more time participating in group discussions, writing comments, making online presentations, adding descriptions on sites like Flickr, posting to my wiki , and so forth. Services like FriendFeed , Tumbler , and Posterous are essentially personal aggregators. Everything shows up on Steve’s Friendfeed , including comments and discussion. To fork or not to fork?

Under the radar: great technologies you could be using

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Learning Technologies 2009. Learning technologies: the road ahead. Collaborative Learning; Blip.fm Smart Search, e.g. Informal Learning Flow. Activity streams, e.g. Jay’s FriendFeed. FriendFeed. Jay’s learning ecosystem. Track 1 Session 1. Under the radar: great technologies that you could be using. URL for this page:[link]. TInyURL for this page: [link]. for exploring music (and our soundtrack) MariaFernanda choconancy.

Re-orientation

Jay Cross

Now, the torrent of information generated by the ever increasing stream of new developments has rendered this impossible. 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. 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.