Andy Grace has done his first podcast, going to listen to it today.
Knowledge at work blog has three interesting posts about KM. The first about 5 key concepts covers the 5 major areas of KM and a great place to begin thinking when you are starting to look at a KM system. The second is about social bookmarks, such as Del.icio.us, and the potential for KM systems.Continue reading “Knowledge management at work”
This weekend we are in Melbourne trying to find a house for the big move, which has been no easy feat. Due to most real estate agents only being open on Saturday we spent yesterday looking at 15 different houses between 10:30am and 2:30pm. Lucky we think might have found one. Completing the application formsContinue reading “Finding a house”
The BBC has this interesting item on blogging and work. UPDATED: Blogger seems to have done something very strange with my post, I think it is now fixed.
From the Guardian in the UK is a story of Joe Gordon being dooced by his employer Waterstone for keeping a blog. Joe was sacked on 6th Jan a week ago, so far he has been interviewed several times, discussion has raged over in the UK, he has had over 180 comments in the lastContinue reading “UK blogger sacked (dooced)”
The 12th has been and gone (at least in Australia) and no mention of an iTunes store in Australia, I guess we just all need to wait a bit longer.
Here is an interesting goal that I found on 43 Things, the comments provided me with some great “food for thought”. 43 Things is a “newish” social site where people create and share goals and experiences. A similar tool could be put to work within a corporate learning/mentoring environment or even objective planning. Thinking furtherContinue reading “can 43 Things promote online learning?”
Zoe one of the Moon Gals on the Technical Careers @ Microsoft blog is leaving Microsoft to pursue other opportunities. Hopefully she will continue blogging in her new role.
I started thinking about this while we were at Jonah’sfor our wedding anniversary in November, they had a number of brochures in the room with a message essentially saying something like “relax quickly” or “live slowly”. This got me thinking about how we rush around so much and do not spend enough time reflecting onContinue reading “Live slowly”
one for those who have been on the other end of a support line