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isolatr As it’s Friday afternoon, why not have a quick look at the FAQ for isolatr.com – the antidote to web2.0 ”I don’t care, rain or snow, Whatever you want, the answer’s NO” ( viral link-ad first infected from Richard Fairhurst Technorati Tags: isolatr, humour, web2.0

Mar 17, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

Five days of rapid wiki community building at the DARnet wiki have just started. So there’s lots of work to be done, people to meet and cycles of action research to be undertaken. The central channel for communication is the barn raising page on DARnet wiki, and I need to find an internet relay chat […]

Mar 10, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

London Wiki Wednesday came and went, and very good it was too. I got to meet some interesting people, chat about wiki implentations, and make my own presentation about my research and stuff. The attendance of over 20 was encouraging, given the change of date, my only disappointment being the short time afterwards to mingle […]

From John Barben’s blog I was notified of a date change and at short notice I’ve decided to go along to Wiki Wednesday in London on the 8th March where I’ll be briefly presenting some of my research, listening to a bunch of clever people talking about social software, wikis and web2.0 stuff, and maybe […]

Welcome to Linda Hartley’s Degree Exhibtion. Opening Times The exhibition is now only open for viewing, interactive elements have been removed. The exhibition is closed between 3pm and 4pm on Friday afternoons (GMT) due to server maintenance. Entrance After viewing please return to this page to leave any comments and to access the Feedback Survey. […]

Mar 04, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Linda

Recently added to Darwiki Linda Hartley describes the difficulty of identifying clear research cycles sometimes, when conducting DAR asynchronously. “A clear sequence is hard to see, I know. I think this is partly because of the nature of the research in the aysnchronous environment. It’s hard to tease out the clear cycles. The diagram is […]

Feb 23, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

Hi and welcome to my online exhibition. For these two weeks I am an exhibitionist, so I’ve been out and about trying to find people and railroad them along here to listen to what I have to say, and I am very grateful indeed that you have arrived. Thankyou. This is what you are going […]

Feb 22, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: General

In this blog I am documenting some of the most easily identifiable learning “take aways” from the recent CP2 web2.0 workshop As a prelude, I must mention that the most significant thing is of course the community itself, both longer term hosts and temporary guests, all of whom I found to be genuinely open and […]

Feb 06, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Tags: cop2.0, CP2, mashup, wiki

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Categories: COP, General, Wiki

This brief thought from Stephen Downes caught my eye because it correlates with Rosanna Tarsiero’s view “There are two ways of forming a CoP (I say two ’cause I don’t believe in the third, the “built” one)” and also seems to contradict Bill Bruck’s (of www.q2learning.com) view that “blogs will be able to be used […]

From out of my Action Research ad hoc discussion at CPsquared’s Web2.0 workshop came strong recommendations for Bob Dick’s AREOL course. Areol, action research and evaluation on line, is a 14-week public course offered each semester as a public service by Southern Cross University and the Southern Cross Institute of Action Research The course begins […]

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