Monthly Archives: February 2009

Kindle 2 is shipping; review by Engadget

I don’t have a Kindle 2, and at this point will have to be content with the original I’ve written about a great deal here. For those of you who are interested, though, Amazon began shipping the new version this … Read

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Registration now open for upcoming Stratepedia webinars

Hot off the virtual presses: Here are the details for the two upcoming Stratepedia webinars. Both webinars are free, but enrollment is limited to 25 participants in each, so register early! Stratepedia Depot: Best Practices Tuesday, March 10, 2009 8:00-9:00 … Read

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Upcoming Stratepedia webinar topics: And the winners are …

Thanks to everyone who participated in my webinar survey last week and left comments about what you’d like me to discuss. Here are the results for requested topics: So it looks like I’ll be doing sessions on the Learning Labs … Read

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Could you learn better from a podcast than a lecture?

I found this article interesting: Dani McKinney, a researcher at the State University of New York in Fredonia, conducted a study comparing test scores of students who attended a regular physics lecture to those who only viewed the content as … Read

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Facebook reverses information policy to previous version, for now

CNN reports that Facebook has backed off from its updated user information policy, and now no longer includes the controversial indication that the company can continue to share your information even after deleting an account. However, this reverted terms of … Read

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What should I present in my next Stratepedia webinar?

I’m gearing up to do a few webinars next month. As usual, these will be targeted toward people working with technology and SIM. Here’s your chance to help me pick the topics and scheduling! Just complete this short, anonymous questionnaire … Read

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PC Magazine’s top 10 Twitter tips for begginers

For those of you new to the popular messaging service, PC Magazine offers 10 great tips for getting the most out of Twitter, including how to search, use hash tags, and shrink web addresses (URLs) to fit within the 140 … Read

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Update on Facebook information ownership

In response to the flap about Facebook’s change in terms of service I mentioned earlier today, company founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has written a blog post addressing the issue.

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Who owns your content on Facebook?

Facebook has made an important change to its terms of service. As noted in Mashable today, “all of the content you’ve ever uploaded on Facebook can be used, modified or even sublicensed by Facebook in every possible way–even if you … Read

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Get rid of large e-mail attachments with online file sharing services

E-mail is not always the most efficient way to send files to your friends and colleagues, especially as large files like video clips, slideware presentations, and high-resolution photos become the norm. Those of you on a SIM-related listserv can attest–perhaps … Read

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