Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @JayCollier ever

October 2007

I’ve got a taxonomy headache.

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David Peskovitz: We’re in a “volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous” world filled not with challenges, but dilemmas to be managed.

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David Pescovitz at Webvisions 2007: “Humans are the most important nodes on the network.” http://tinyurl.com/33udvp

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I want to use twitterfeed to post my bookmarks via RSS … but I can’t get OpenID at WordPress to stick …

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Beautiful day for wandering around, feeding ducks, taking a campus tour.

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Researching standards for faculty experts databases … are there any?

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Now that I’ve finished Wikinomics and The Spider and Starfish, I am wondering how these trends might affect higher education.

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Is Facebook/Twitter’s is-ness problem now resolved? Let’s see …

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Reading the TR35 … such incredible brilliance …

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Leopard’s been available to developers for months, yet Cisco Clean Access Agent still has problems here. VPN wasn’t ready for 10.4 either.

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@beck Now you’ve got me curious. How do you sorta delegate? ;)

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I’ve opted out of the bottled water cycle at work and opted into a Britta.

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Started refinishing a bookcase today; my analog collection becomes more quaint every day … but it’s growing, too. Hmmm …

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Working in Drupal. What a joy!

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Al, I remembered how I added an RSS feed to Facebook Notes: go to Notes app, click “My Notes,” then “Edit import settings.” Only one allowed

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@10ch Just realized who you are in real life! All the pieces fall into place. Now I remember your Web page with all your social identities.

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Working on an HTML 4.01 transitional table-based CSS sheet. Wow!

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@katinejoly Do you know how to export all items from Twitter as a text file?

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Trying to figure out how to export all my Twitter entries into a text/xml file.

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Being around so many folks with whom you can use “shorthand” professional talk is invigorating.

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HighEdWeb 2008 will be October 5-8 in Missouri State University.

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Virginia Tech: Used straight HTML for the “lite” home page during the tragedy.

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Virginia Tech: VT Alerts is limited to faculty, staff, students plus law enforcement.

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Virginia Tech: Added alert overlay option to home page. New “lite” version is even simpler.

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Virginia Tech: New service, VT Alerts, released 3 months ago. Provides SMS messaging, phone, IM, e-mail. 18,000 have opted in.

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Virginia Tech: Verify that Web communicators can take full responsibility for home page content in a crisis situation.

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Virginia Tech: In advance, develop a “lite” version of your Web site, define roles and responsibilities, conduct regularly scheduled drills.

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Virginia Tech: “If you’re not joined at the hip with your IT team, schedule surgery now.”

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Virginia Tech - lessons: Provide multiple ways of accessing stories (text, audio, videos, photos). Keep it simple.

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Virginia Tech - lessons: Provide multiple ways of accessing stories (text, audio, videos, photos). Keep it simple.

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Virginia Tech: 4/22 redesign brought back standard navigation, plus links to tragedy-oriented subsites. Still careful with words.

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Virginia Tech: Started returning to normal on 4/22 by using the home page to remember fallen colleagues, and indicate healing had begun.

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Virginia Tech: Data transfer increased from a normal daily 15GB to 432 GB on 4/16. Traffic increased 1,500%.

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Virginia Tech: v3.0 released on 4/19 with a list of those who were lost. Large number of photo galleries were developed.

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Virginia Tech: v2.0 of “Memoriam” site launched on 4/18 with convocation quotes.

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Virginia Tech: Over 25,000 condolences within 72 hours. Staff reviewed each one to make sure it was appropriate.

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Virginia Tech: Homepage and details page changed into a chronological, blog-like format.

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Virginia Tech: Memoriam page was developed on second day, putting students and families first. Relocated Web cam and set up live stream.

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Virginia Tech: Integrated communication pros into a joint information center, including staff, law enforcement, FBI.

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Michael Dame, Virginia Tech: On 4/16, within 3 hours, they removed navigation elements and added two servers to improve clarity and latency.

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IHEs will have two areas that will remain local: translating institutional strategy into online communications and maintaining the plumbing.

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Most of our implementation work as Web pros in higher education will be commodtized.

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@cathalamm Come to the recruitment session.

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Ready to leap over Web 2.0. What’s next?

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Interesting HighEdWeb presentation on using the Facebook development plaform for higher ed.

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@cboone Did you activate the Twitter > status feature?

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@cboone Did you activate the Twitter > status feature?

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Just added the Twitter/Facebook app. Nothing yet …

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I’m using Twitter once again to see how it integrates into Facebook. I like Status, but I want greater flexibility for distribution (RSS).

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