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  Monday, May 19, 2003


  The orange pill: Matt and Paolo are getting ready for BlogTalk

Matt Mover in k-collector recap:

Introducing WWWW. In the last weeks I've been posting here and there about topics, aggregators, K-collector and other assorted stuff. Maybe it's the case to recap and try to explain a little bit better what we are up to. Here we go [Paolo Valdemarin: Paolo's Weblog]

Paolo gives a good account of what k-collector is all about.

It's Ross Mayfield who said "I took the orange pill", I just loved the methaphor (I went to see The matrix reloaded yesterday :)

More on: BlogTalk k-collector 

  A Socio-Technological Approach to Sharing Knowledge Across Disciplines

Sebastien Paquet:

By popular demand (OK, OK, for the two of you who asked for it), here's an electronic version of my thesis (PDF, 4 Mb) which I defended in early May. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to compile the LaTeX source into a copy-pastable document (any tips on how to do that are welcome!).


  Not blogging time

I see many discussions in blogs around me that I want to join, but there is no time: my BlogTalk paper and presentation have to be finished.

More on: life 

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