Egoboo integration

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. I like the way Feedly presents findings but note that it pulled in these photos for “Jay&# “Cross.&#. Friendfeed /jaycross. Egoboo is a colloquial expression for the pleasure received from public recognition of voluntary work. Of course, first you’ve got to find where you are being recognized.

Walkabout Reflections

Jay Cross

Photo Review. Here are the 56 photos ` that meant most to me. Looking back at 60 days of blog posts is easier with Friendfeed. For another project (getting NextNow on line) I reviewed my Flickr photos 2004-2009. Remember this one? I hoard words but often never go back to reflect on what’s there. I’ve posted more than 700 photographs to Flickr since February 1. Tagging these favorites was a fun exercise. Reflection as forced march. Food & people.

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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. Tumblr operates similarly although it does a better job displaying photos and is a bit more spartan. As people use various different web sites to blog, update their status, post their location, or photos, sites and tools have emerged to aggregate these various actions into a continuous eclectic stream of activities.

Streams, not blogs?

Jay Cross

Services like FriendFeed , Tumbler , and Posterous are essentially personal aggregators. Daily musings, photos, news, and links will appear in his Lifestream site. Everything shows up on Steve’s Friendfeed , including comments and discussion. To fork or not to fork? 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.

Reflecting on the first half of 2009

Jay Cross

I was coincidentally walking by a presentation by Clive Shepherd on the exhibits floor at Learning Technologies in London when he happened to flip my photo and a quote on the screen. Friendfeed /jaycross. My new car is one year old! How did that happen? Time keeps on slippin’, slippin’ into the future. Midyear already! How did we get here so quickly? It’s making me dizzy. I’m going to reflect on what I’ve been up to in 2009 thus far.

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

Tony Karrer

New Webinar: Overcoming the Top 10 Objections to Social Learning - Engaged Learning , April 3, 2009 photo credit: youngthousands ( WEBINAR REGISTRATION LINK ) This one is going to be good! (As Coming back after a week of being mostly disconnected I'm woefully behind on email and even more so on my reading. Luckily, I have a short cut to seeing the stuff that is generating interest across most of the top eLearning bloggers.

Fallen Leaves « WebTools For Learners

Web Tools for Learners

Search My Twitter JoanVinallCox: How to start your emails - [link] - @steverubel My FriendFeed How to start your emails - [link] - @steverubel July 21, 2010 GIMP is driving me crazy! July 20, 2010 I Education Apps Review - I Education Apps Review July 20, 2010 Edublogger Flickr Photos More Photos Creative Commons Licenses This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5

Re-orientation

Jay Cross

The icons across the top take me to frequent destinations: email, photos, to-do list, scratch pad, travel info, restaurant lists, search engines, dictionary, traffic conditions, Twitter account, and research page. The top section is Flow : aggregators; my favorite read is a river of learning news and I’m toying with Tony Karrer’s eLearning Learning , but often I click the link to FriendFeed or Twitter. Feeling lost?