Richard from the Gadget Lounge and The Gadget Show found this great item on a guy who installed a new Mini Mac in his Lexus. Besides being very cool, it raises some interesting other uses of the Mini Mac, which is probably the vision Apple had for it in the first place. For example, myContinue reading “A Mac in a Lexus”
Here is a very interesting (read scary) press release from Think Computer., if you have an outsourced payroll vendor it is a must read! I wonder what Kim Cameron and others in the identity management domain would think?
The Employment Marketplace has an article from Bob Nelson (yes he is a vendor) on where he sees ATS and other recruiting solutions moving in the next 12 months. An interesting read after the last post.
Gretchen stirred up a storm on her blog last year with a post on one page resumes for technical candidates. Over the course of the next two days she had lots and lots of comments. What is really interesting was the HR-XML got a mention in the comments. Why is this cool? Because it wasContinue reading “Resumes”
Darren Rowse published at the beginning of the month a great item on defining a blog. Darren’s site is a fantastic resource for all types of bloggers from the first time blogger to the blogger who wants to earn a living from blogging.
A couple of days ago John Sumser placed my blog in a list of the top 20 or so new HR/recruiting related blogs! Thanks for the mention, I am most humbled to see my blog there with so many others that I read daily.
I think I upset Mitch Denny today (or was that yesterday?). Anyway I think I have finally fixed the comments on my blog. For the last few weeks I have been trying to get Haloscan comments to operate but the Blogger template was just not doing as I wanted it to. With the move toContinue reading “I annoyed Mitch, sorry”
Great item from Enterprise RSS about the possible changes we could see in RSS. Essentially there could be multiple private RSS feeds based on the needs to a single individual or group of individuals. This starts to move personalisation into RSS, if we all remember personalisation was “the thing” on the web in the lateContinue reading “Personalised RSS”
Another gem from PubSub. Selena has recently begun a blog on her learnings about elearning, with several very good posts. Her post on mLearning and smart phones. This follows on from my post on Macromedia and eLearning. Selena talks about her teaching of bakers in NZ, a perfect environment for some form of mlearning. AsContinue reading “mLearning and Smart Phones”
Found this interesting pieace around learning objects that are released under creative commons. Very cool!