Michael Specht

A blog from Australia looking at technology, management, Human Resources (HR) and recruitment.

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May 22nd, 2005 · 1 Comment · Blogging, BlogTalkDownunder ·

Found this surprising post about Paul Baggaley and the request from the Australian Archives to include his blog in PANDORA. Why is this so significant? Over the last few days there has been an undercurrent theme at Blogtalk Downunder about if blogs will be archived, and once someone passes away will the blog go as […]

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Some notes and thoughts

May 22nd, 2005 · 1 Comment · BlogTalkDownunder ·

Some of you might be wondering what happened to the first 3 speakers at Blogtalk Downunder, well the notes are on paper as I did not have my laptop up and running. I will try to document and post soon. Regular readers might also be wondering when the flood of posts will stop, today as […]

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Panel – Mark Bernstein

May 22nd, 2005 · 1 Comment · BlogTalkDownunder ·

What people write on the blog does matter, Mark uses the example of the guy that was murder earlier in the month. The post was not very well written, vocabulary poor, but the meaning is only useful when we understand the context of the post. Aggregation does not give us this ability, or does it? […]

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Panel – Sebastian Fielder

May 22nd, 2005 · Comments Off · BlogTalkDownunder ·

Feels that the attention being paid to A-Listers is becoming obsessive, and they really don’t matter when talking about education. When you start to look for the A-list for a certain market they are not the “traditional” a-list members. (A great comment!) Authorship is a growing theme, do we all need a lawyer? Sebastian is […]

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Panel – Senator Andrew Bartlett

May 22nd, 2005 · Comments Off · BlogTalkDownunder ·

Different perspective due to his role as a politician. He sees blogging as a major mechanism for communication, business, social opportunities. The fundamentals are communication, the connection of people to people. This overall will help us to get to a point where we can all do social good. Be very wary of narrowing the channel […]

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