It has taken a long time to get to this post – partly as I struggled to catch up with ALT-C online. However, I thought I would comment after seeing Brian Kelly’s post on Does Sharing on Mobile Devices Hinder Real World Discussions? I would agree with Brian’s points: In reality, I would argue that… Continue reading Following conferences online: the good
One problem I have is that I have too many interests, it is a reason why previous blogs have failed to have much of a ‘flow’ and it impacts on me in other ways. For example, I fail to keep up with my Google Reader feeds and personal blogging. It also means that there are… Continue reading Following conferences online: the bad
Now it might be very librarian of me to say that I will miss the library…but I will. Once my access to the, easy to use single-sign-on, university portal ends I will not be able to access the various ejournals I have kept an eye on over the three years, many in areas such as… Continue reading What I will miss about my online MSC #1
Well passively following perhaps. I’ve recently attended a number of webinars organised by AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management) and have been impressed with the conversation around #aiim and the quality of their website. Indeed I am seriously considering looking further into the Certified Information Professional (CIP) accreditation. If holders are out there do… Continue reading Engaging with AIIM
Okay, so its only a name change, but the death of the Android Market in preference to the Google Play Store seems a curious move from the big G. Not that long ago I was becoming more and more Google, using Docs, Gmail, Reader and more. However, even with an Android phone, I find myself… Continue reading Is Google Play the sign Google no longer cares about me?