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Category Archives: Internet
The other day, Charlie Lowe posted to the tech-rhet emailing list some information about “Content Strategy” as a new and evolving term in the web business. Charlie posted this article from A List Apart, “The Discipline of Content Strategy,” and this … Continue reading
You have perhaps heard this story, about the nut-jobs in Florida (so many of them are in Florida) who are going to have a “Koran burning” on 9/11. See, for example, “Pastor’s Plan to Burn Korans Adds to Tensions” from … Continue reading
And it’s not because of all the stupid “The Web is Dead” stuff, either– though I guess that’s part of it. No, I am thinking of the still not complete saga of how WIRED screwed me out of my iPad … Continue reading
Read Write Web had a piece I’ve been meaning to blog about for a few days: “So-Called “Digital Natives” Not Media Savvy, New Study Shows.” A quote from the beginning: Having been born into a world where personal computers were … Continue reading
Via boing-boing, The Alot is Better Than You at Everything, from a very funny blog called hyperbole and a half. Tweet
Before I get down to some biz-ness, I decided to take a look at Daring Fireball, one of my (new though it’s not a new blog) regular reads. In the “colophon” section, we learn a little more about the site’s … Continue reading
I have a habit of leaving Firefox open with dozens of tabs leading to dozens of things I either intend to read, bookmark, come back to for teaching, etc., and then I get busy with other things and I don’t. … Continue reading
Via Will Richardson’s blog and his entry “Transformative Technology? Really?” about a video from a company (maybe the company? I don’t know) that makes “smart boards,” those touch screen white boards where you can project all kinds of stuff. Here’s … Continue reading