Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

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

March 2010

According to Randy Rode, there are only a few more spaces left at WordPress University April 8. http://bit.ly/2iHpIr

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Noted: Saving Hog Island (Down East) http://bit.ly/d84UvF

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Noted: “DIY U” (Salon.com) http://bit.ly/cMSNlQ

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Noted: A New Way for Scholars to Communicate (USC News) http://bit.ly/dlLADE

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Noted: Next steps for our experimental fiber network (Official Google Blog) http://bit.ly/aPdp30

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patrlynch Diverse groups of randomly chosen people usually outperform homogenous groups of experts: http://bit.ly/doYq8I Tom Peters

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patrlynch The Difference: How the Power of Diversity Creates Better Groups, Schools, and Societies, Scott Page, http://bit.ly/cjzg1W via @lindastone

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Noted: Miro Video Converter http://bit.ly/bXJIVx

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Noted: Jay Collier | Philadelphia 2010 Speaker | J. Boye Conferences http://bit.ly/bp9EDq

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Noted: University of Wisconsin Thinks Century Gothic Font Can Help Save the Earth (DailyFinance) http://bit.ly/aZj6f3

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Noted: Green Rating (Princeton Review) http://bit.ly/9xE1Ef

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Noted: Maine-made film on painter Marsden Hartley to air on MPBN http://bit.ly/bWAS57

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Noted: Colleges Explore Shades of Gray in Making Entrance Tests Optional (The Chronicle) http://bit.ly/99Dlfk

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Noted: Maine Amtrak Route Extension Construction To Start (wbztv.com) http://bit.ly/aOi4A1

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Noted: Scrolling and Attention (Jakob Nielsen’s Alertbox) http://bit.ly/9T6dyH

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Noted: Come up and see me (Make me smile) Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel http://bit.ly/cSPvGa

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Noted: A Nation at a Loss - Edward Fiske (New York Times) http://nyti.ms/9m7MU1

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Noted: Let’s Get Video on Wikipedia http://bit.ly/cXk2hf

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Noted: My mother’s final chemo bill: $24,247 http://bit.ly/aatsaI

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Noted: Prepared for Life in 4 Years (John Carroll University) via @bobjohnson http://bit.ly/ab4bIj

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Noted: With student help, L.L. Bean tries younger look - The Boston Globe http://bit.ly/d1h5lZ

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Noted: WordPress University (bavatuesdays) http://bit.ly/aT0DjO

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Noted: China’s First Twitter Novel (WSJ) via @BryanAlexander http://bit.ly/bEaKeA

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Posted: A sign of things to come http://bit.ly/amQBjG

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@luker Sorry you can’t be there. I believe the sessions are going to be videotaped, and I’m sure there will be a backchannel ;)

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Noted: Did we just have a Yuri Gagarin moment? (Alex Bogusky) http://bit.ly/99ip0N

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Noted: We can do it (Seth’s Blog) http://bit.ly/dAMKwf

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Noted: Infographic of the Day: The Best Jobs in America (Fast Company) http://bit.ly/9mIBQm

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Noted: An old rebel is the best kind of rebel (Alex Bogusky) http://bit.ly/9e6xy7

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Noted: Community: Basic Genealogy (Hulu) http://bit.ly/9sUm1D

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Posted: Crossing boundaries http://bit.ly/drwsn0

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Noted: Nation Shudders At Large Block Of Uninterrupted Text (The Onion) http://onion.com/aWvto5

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Noted: Maybe One: A Case for Smaller Families, by Bill McKibben http://bit.ly/ckj65g

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Posted: Bates Home/Views: a one-year report http://bit.ly/aIUWhW

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Noted: Google - public data http://bit.ly/b4pko3

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Noted: Visual Understanding Environment (version 3) http://bit.ly/d8kubS

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Noted: Web 2.0 College Olympics - 50 Social Media Innovators In Higher Education - CollegeSurfing.com http://bit.ly/97eBW6

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Noted: InvisiblePeople.tv (via @npr) http://bit.ly/cAs9Ck

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Posted: Video: Make the future http://bit.ly/cAbOhd

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Noted: WordPress as a Learning Management System – Move Over, Blackboard - WordPress MU and BuddyPress plugins, th… http://bit.ly/akZCjn

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Noted: Millennials: Confident. Connected. Open to Change. (Pew Social & Demographic Trends) via bobjohnson http://bit.ly/9iduYS

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Noted: Say Everything | By Scott Rosenberg: Just finished reading this book by Salon’s co-founder. “The rise of bl… http://bit.ly/cIFYhi

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Noted: The People Formerly Known as the Audience (Jay Rosen): Recap (2006): “The people formerly known as the audi… http://bit.ly/ceWeqq

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Noted: We the Media (by Dan Gillmor): Recap (2006): “Tomorrow’s news reporting and production will be more of a co… http://bit.ly/bMyqqS

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Noted: The Web is Changing (EduGeek Journal): “Students need a place to connect and collaborate at complex levels … http://bit.ly/9Bm5Da

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Noted: Narrow Skills Training Won’t Prepare Students for Jobs in Global Economy (The Chronicle of Higher Education… http://bit.ly/bTDnJb

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Noted: Putting Liberal Education on the Radar Screen (The Chronicle of Higher Education): From 2005: “With increas… http://bit.ly/asbPou

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Noted: Wordpress plugin: cms-press beta (GitHub): “CMS Press opens up the ability to create and manage custom cont… http://bit.ly/9uikkv

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Noted: Colleges Transform the Liberal Arts (The Chronicle of Higher Education): “Taking a new form and, in some ca… http://bit.ly/9eembO

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RT @snoopdogg: Lovn these players right here!! Bates CHC College Student Counsil in Maine http://tweetphoto.com/12…

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@collegeadvice “a list of notable people associated with Bates.” http://en.wikipedia.org/…

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