If you thought Mike Caulfield was excited for months about Smallest Federated Wiki, you should read what he thinks after bring a great group of folks to his FedWikiHappening... over the Christmas holiday. And while my Kool-Aid consumption is at a positively high level, I am not quite there to Mike's. ...

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I'm planning on skipping the philosophical life's been good to me so far year end posts, but cannot pass up on my most regular activity since 2008- my daily photo (almost every day) post to flickr. You can get the back story in previous posts, but more or less, after ...

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In some reference of software design, there's a process where you figure out all the features you might need, plant it all out neatly, build it, and then go into some cycle of testing and debugging. Then you roll it out, tweet it, and ... well I don't really know ...

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Perhaps the most treasured digital bits I have is the hour of audio recorded of my Mom telling stories of her growing up in Baltimore in the 1930s. I recorded this on a visit after after her 80th birthday; and was on my way to visit some 18 months after ...

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Navin R. CogDog: The new JIME's here! The new JIME's here! Harry Groom: Boy, I wish I could get that excited about nothing. Navin R. CogDog: Nothing? Are you kidding? Page 106 - Levine, Alan H.! I'm somebody now! Millions of people look at this paper everyday! This is the kind of ...

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In past years I have done the extensive mailing of hand made letters/cards to friends and family. I have also done nothing too. I've done web based greetings. I've done lame text messages. Gotta mix up the game. With being away from home in Canada since late October, the plans for anything ...

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I vaguely remember the way we were taught in high school to research and write a paper. After formulating the topic/hypothesis, we constructed outlines. Then off we would trudge to the library, and use things like the antique card catalog, Citations index to find our sources. As we read books, ...

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Do you really know where your next blog post will come from? Mine kind of pop up like... driving down the road with a destination in mind, and an curious road sign appears. How can you not take that turn? Is that critical you get to Palookaville by 4? Mine started ...

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Some of most jaw-dropping breath-stealing moments are when I see/hear how someone has used a tool, medium I have had in my hands many times, and completely does something I never even imagined possible. Creating within constraints is some of the best stuff you can try. The other day, Bryan Alexander ...

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Woah, this ice is slippery! I don't know how to skate! Can I use an exclamation mark in every sentence, even a question?!cc licensed (BY-SA) flickr photo by cogdogblog: http://flickr.com/photos/cogdog/8308186687This, alas, is a second weakly veiled attempt to post to both my known site and maybe twitter too but specifically to the ...

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I know that marketers et al do not really look at my web site when they email me offering all of the great information "my readers" would enjoy. I can practically see the variable names in the spam bot template where my web site name and URL get inserted. No ...

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