Thinking about the “Art of Digital” had me reminiscing about my years as a digital writer and artist and remembering all the wonderful creative online writing and digital art projects we did as part of the trAce Online Writing Centre. When I did my MA in Writing my dissertation was
Monthly Archives: June 2009
In order to get out information from Iran about the aftermath of the recent disputed elections, blogs and Twitter have been vital. Iran has one of the highest numbers of bloggers per head of any country in the world, and the social web is proving that it is impossible to
There’s a new service from Google called Subscribed Links. http://www.google.com/coop/subscribedlinks/ It enables you to create custom search results that you can add to your Google search pages. Users can display links to services for their customers, as well as providing news and status information updated in near-real-time, answering of questions,
According to a Harvard study of 300,000 users, reported by the BBC (among others) today, just 10% of Twitter users generate more than 90% of the content. I can believe it – we all know that some people tweet not only several times a day but several times an hour.
With so much happening in the country at the moment and enormous changes happening daily and affecting the highest levels of government, I thought this might be a good time to look into change management. The government isn’t the only organisation that is in a state of flux. Companies large
The JISC Regional Support Centre (Yorkshire and Humberside) annual conference yesterday was a great day. So good to share practice with so many other practitioners in FE, and hear about some great work going on around the region. Reach Further had an exhibition stand as well as giving a short