@mike3k When you get CS3, I hope you’ll tell us about Ps and Dw, at the very least …
Now that the flooding is over, finally a warm, sunny day.
Just realized how dependent I’ve become on Delicious. Found a great CSS reference last week, but didn’t save it. If I had, I could find it!
Duke has received 68,000 views of a video news release when posted on YouTube: http://tinyurl.com/2egw7d
Colbert: Stop the Falsiness … http://tinyurl.com/fj593
Yale rolled back to the “timeless look” for recent home redesign. No graphic text. One news story. No link lists. http://www.yale.edu
@adam So I guess you come down on the side of free will.
Question: how much effort should go into a university home page, as opposed to assiting in the crafting of deep content?
Challenge: resolving conflicts between project champions and usability testing.
User contributed data for globalMIT taking a while to hit critical mass: http://global.mit.edu/
Stanford is launching new version of Stanford iTunes next week.
Duke is expecting a major news day today. David Jarmul has always espoused transparency. He was proven correct.
@gervis Thank you for the Twitter list at startforall! Exactly what I was looking for.
Is there any way to tag one’s interests? I’m spoiled (Delicious, Flickr). I’m looking for some easier way to find folks to follow.
@steverubel You’re right about The Secret. This is a meme that may be resonating with something archetypal.
@stone_soup Welcome. Write more about SIngapore!
Ivy-Plus Web Roundtable (IWR) underway. Scott/Stanford, Patrick/Yale, Steve/Penn. Great start. More tomorrow.
I see the potential of Twitter, but all I’m receiving now are news items and meeting announcements. I want intriguing ideas, places. Help?
Phil: Singapore vegetarian restaurant on Rose . simple and sublime. http://tinyurl.com/36woro
Phil. Film Festival is underway; going to try to get into to one or two screenings tonight.
EdTeckTalk “Stories with Techonology”: check out Janet Murray’s work on digital narrative: http://tinyurl.com/3
A whole section of content disappeared in the CMS. It’s long in the tooth.
In Philly for the university Web roundtable.
Starting prep. for University Web Roundtable in Philadelphia next week.
Just imported my Delicious Library book ISBNs into the LibraryThing social bookshelf. Can’t wait to discover people with similar collections
Nice primer on principles of Web design for my print friends: http://tinyurl.com/25wcwy
PBwiki is very nice. However, I’ve requested the ability to mark some changes as minor. Do any other wikis allow this?
Starting to work on a presentation about “monitoring your Web identity.” It’s a moving target!
Current challenge: single CMS that supports drill-down, chronology, comments, and RSS for every node. Drupal? Others?
After a warm (55-degrees-F) beach walk yesterday, there’s snow on the ground here. Hope it melts soon.
Thanks for adding me springnet.
Thanks for adding me Scobie.
I’ve added several new feeds to http://www.jaycollier.net including a new Bloglines feed list.
Trying to find the best way to embed links in tweets. It appears that there can be no punctuation after, only a space.
Published an embedded Google Video yesterday: http://tinyurl.com/3avj8d. Love their captioning process. Really easy!
After 2 years, I still love 1 Giant Leap … recorded around the world on a Mac … beautiful tunes. “”I Love the Way You Dream” with Stipe.
Had an interesting conversation yesterday about the relationship between the Web, Maslow’s hierarchy, and Teilhard de Chardin’s noosphere.
Oh, the power of collaboration! Within hours I discovered skills and wisdom I didn’t know were available.
Just set up a PBwiki account for our Web Roundtable. Clean interface. Nice WYSIWYG tools. People are figuring out to edit without training.
Just had to downgrade to 10.4.8 in order to run Final Cut. A first …