Ok it is Blog Day! Now I just need the 5 new blogs! Ruminate Russ Abbott’s Adventures in Blogland sevenapril iridescent perceptions DigitalNode
Oliver Davoust has created another HR feed aggregator. His service offers summary text from posts directing readers back to the original blog to read the full story. The service is primarily designed for the French marketplace as a service for job seekers. A good vertical use of a feed aggregator.
Just looking at the blogs ABC has for kids with my son and I found the other SplattBlog, the question is which has the most insightful posts, the old or the new? 🙂
We really need a better method of finding new blogs I want to keep up but find if hard to track new blogs down. Yes we have Technorati, Feedster, IceRocker, Bloglines, PubSub etc but they just don’t seem to work for me. I want a meta classification environment of blogs, not at post level asContinue reading “Blog directories and search”
ContingentWorkforce.Org Taleo Launches Taleo Research to look into how TMS is being used in organisations, look forward to seeing some fo the results (tags: TMS recruitment Taleo) Full Circle Online Interaction Blog: Blogs, Forums, Us and Them What is the real difference between a blog and a forum? (tags: blog forum collaboration learning)
Jorge from Blogging from Hudson is on a similar thought path to me around Australian job boards sleeping! If you are listening let us know! Maybe I should right an open letter to them, it seemed to have worked for Joel. Jorge also goes onto to talk about how to make some very similar pointsContinue reading “Is Australia listening?”
I have put the presentation from Thursday up on my site it is available in two formats, online and PDF. The online version has been created using Microsoft’s “Save As Web page” function in Powerpoint, and of course only really works on IE, it will display in Firefox but not very well hence why thereContinue reading “Presentation available”
Amy Bellinger from Learnandteachonline.com is pondering about the use of OPML in LMS’s. I really see this as a fantastic merger as I have said before here and here. I guess time will tell if it catches on.
Trackback is Dead (by Jeremy Zawodny) Jeremy Zawondy starts an interesting discussion around if trackbacks are dead or not, kind of like the to comment or not to comment argument. (tags: blog WordPress trackback) Holden cuts 1,400 assembly jobs. 26/08/2005. ABC News Online More manufacturing jobs go in Australia (tags: Jobs Australia) Engadget 1985 –Continue reading “links for 2005-08-26”
Dub Dubs provides a fantastic run down of what to expect from Oracle over the next few years as they struggle to combine Oracle , PeopleSoft and JD Edwards. If you have anything to do with HR Systems in a medium to large organisation this is a must read. In summary: version of PeopleSoft &Continue reading “Fusion”