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  Sunday, June 01, 2003


  Why PhDs should start blogging

Things New PhDs Should Start Doing [via José Luis Orihuela]

  1. Keep a Research Diary
  2. Maintain an Electronic Bibliography
  3. Know Your Search Engines
  4. An Archiving System for Useful Info
  5. Learn The Composition of your Research Community
  6. Document Useful Learning Experiences
  7. Keep a Professional Home Page
  8. Maintain an Updated CV
  9. Get Involved Early On
  10. Develop Research Meta-awareness

This article provide a good reference to justify why PhDs should start blogging :)


Later: by following links from this article I arrived to Networking on the Network: A Guide to Professional Skills for PhD Students by Phil Agre. Something to add to my to read list.

More on: PhD research 

  Links

Link collection:

Feed on feeds (server side RSS reader) [via Brain off]

Word cleaner (to make clean HTML from Word-generated HTML) [via Blogging from the Barrio]

Teams That Span Time Zones Face New Work Rules by Bill Snyder [via Many-to-many] - worth reading if you are interested how to improve communication in virtual teams

Social Software and Social Capital and summary of the report [via Many-to-many]

Getting up to speed on wikis and Getting up to speed on wikis, part 2 - collections of wiki links by Jim McGee

More on: communities wiki 

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