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  Tuesday, July 22, 2003

  eLearning’s Next Chapter

I'm listening to Jay Cross talking for the on-line workshop Lets Write eLearning’s Next Chapter Together. I enjoy it a lot as I enjoyed Jay's talk in Graz as listening to someone like-minded, but different. This talk should be on-line within a few days.

Some highlights:

While listening I found out that Jay moved his RSS feed (this explains why I wasn't recieving his recent posts).

Later: follow-up posting by Jay Cross: 

  How do I seach my weblog?

Just a brief thoughs about my ways of finding something in my blog:

  • If it was recently I scroll
  • If I remember the date and it's not too far from now, I use calendar
  • If I know the words I used before I use Google search on my site
  • If I can recall it by seeing its title I use All posts by title archive
  • If I can recall accosiated theme I use liveTopics (I don't use categories anymore because they break RSS feeds)

Otherwise I get lost. No, in fact if none of these works I assume that something I'm looking for wasn't in my weblog, but somewhere else on-line.

I wonder how my readers search my weblog...

  a weblog without an RSS feed...

Chad Dickerson 

a weblog without an RSS feed is like a cheeseburger with only the bread

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  Knowledge game

Something I missed earlier [via Joy London]

Knowledge game  by Dave Pollard

This post contains The Knowledge Game, a tool you can use to educate yourself, or a group of business colleagues, about intellectual capital, innovation and knowledge management, and their importance for modern organizations. It's played as a game, with two to eight teams who compete against each other. Each team acts as the Board of Directors of a fictitious consulting firm, and the objective is to make investment decisions that provide the best ROI. Those decisions require choosing between investing in traditional physical and financial assets, and among six forms of intellectual capital: human, structural, customer, social, risk and innovation.

More on: KM 

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