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HAROLD JARCHE  cities and the future of work
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2017
In 2008, CEO’s for Cities recommended a more inclusive way of supporting learning in the community. Note: This post is based on several earlier ones. These have been edited and synthesized to a single composition in advance of my sessions in Helsinki on 3 November 2017 with The National Foresight Network and the Prime Minister’s Office where we will discuss the transformation of work and its consequences.
INFORMATION LITERACY WEBLOG  Bonnie Cheuk talks on workplace information literacy: Sheila blogs from #ecil2017
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
2008). I am liveblogging the opening keynote from the European Conference on Information Literacy in Saint-Malo, France. This is my live capture of what I think Cheuk said (rather than my own views on the topic), so as usual it may not be perfect (aldso I'll note that a few of the talks will be blogged by both Pam and me for different perspectives).
JOHN BATTELLE'S SEARCHBLOG  This Is What Happens When Context Is Lost.
| FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2017
In 2008, they hired Sheryl Sandberg, who ran Google’s advertising operation, and within a few years, Facebook had built the foundation of what is now the most ruthlessly precise targeting engine on the planet. The post This Is What Happens When Context Is Lost. appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. Cross posted from NewCo Shift ). Facebook and Google’s advertising infrastructure is one of humanity’s most marvelous creations.
INFORMATION LITERACY WEBLOG  Storytelling for reference and information #wlic2017
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2017
2008). At the 2017 World Library and Information Conference in Wroclaw, Poland I attended yesterday a session on Storytelling for Sustainability and Solidarity - Reference and Information Services. The photo is of one of the dwarf statues that are a feature in Wroclaw: I'm not sure if she's telling a story or casting a spell. The WLIC session was chaired by Marydee Ojala, and I'll say something about each of the papers.
INFORMATION LITERACY WEBLOG  Rethinking information literacy through understanding disciplinary information practices @edwardluca #i3rgu
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 2017
In terms of "embeddedness" he cited Bowler and Street (2008) and then went on to discuss the approach described by Farrell and Badke (2015) that they have employed at CUNY. The next session I attended at the i3 conference was Edward Luca (an academic librarian at the University of Sydney) on Truly embedded librarianship: rethinking information literacy through understanding disciplinary information practices in higher education.
HAROLD JARCHE  cities as learning platforms
| MONDAY, JUNE 12, 2017
In 2008, CEO’s for Cities recommended a more inclusive way of supporting learning in the community. Basically, the city becomes the learning platform, not just for schooling but for other community support activities, such as policing and heath care. “The current offer is that education is schooling — a special activity that takes place in special places at special times, in a system where most of the goals and curriculum are set for the student, not by the student.
PORTALS AND KM  Painting of Coffee at a Parisian Cafe.
| TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2017
It is painted from a photo I took in Paris in 2008. Here is a 24" x 30" acrylic painting of coffee at a Parisian cafe. I have done works from this photo six times now and always enjoy doing another version. This one was done for a friend by request. The best way to easily see most of my paintings for s ale is to go to my Facebook page - [link] - and look at Photos and albums within Photos. I have three photo albums covering my art.
HAROLD JARCHE  mediated relatedness
| FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2017
Clay Shirky discussed this third aspect in Here Comes Everybody (2008). I gave a presentation on ‘Understanding Media for Learner Engagement’ to the UNL Extension network yesterday. It was based on McLuhan’s laws of media which I have discussed many times here since 2004 ( communication in evolution ) and more recently ( taking back our society ).
JOHN BATTELLE'S SEARCHBLOG  Predictions 2017: A Chain Reaction
| FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2017
2008 Predictions. 2008 How I Did. The post Predictions 2017: A Chain Reaction appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. This is my 14th annual predictions post. And as I look back on the previous 13 and consider what to write, I’m flooded with uncertainty. That’s not like me.
JOHN BATTELLE'S SEARCHBLOG  Predictions 2016: How’d I Do?
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2016
2008 Predictions. 2008 How I Did. The post Predictions 2016: How’d I Do? appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. At the beginning of each year I make predictions , and at year’s end, I hold myself to account. It’s kind of fun to look back and see how wrong (or right) my musings end up being. I’ll be writing my Predictions 2017 post this weekend (I think), and publishing it shortly thereafter.
COLUMN TWO  How long have you been in the intranet space? It’s been 20 years for Step Two
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2016
Intranet presentation at IA Summit 2008 in Vancouver. Intranets have been around for a very long time. How long have you been in the intranet space? For Step Two, it’s been 20 years , as of 2016. So we held a party in Sydney , and had a great time. Many thanks to all our lovely friends, clients and staff (current and past) for making it a wonderful night. Twenty years timeline.
THEORIA CUM PRAXI  Instead of employees and employers
| SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2016
In my June 2008 post The evolution of the employee-employer relationship I wrote the following: The challenge for organizations in this situation becomes not providing employees the training they need to carry out the company’s goals and projects, but rather providing employees with goals and projects that engage the employees and effectively use what they are learning for themselves.
INFORMATION LITERACY WEBLOG  Knowledge Management and Information Literacy: An Exploratory Analysis #ecil2016
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2016
KM has 17757 articles in Web of Science, with 2008 and 2009 as the years with the biggest output. Next for my liveblogging from the European Conference on Information Literacy 2016 , is Sirje Virkus talking on Knowledge Management and Information Literacy: An Exploratory Analysis. This was a study of the literature, using statistical and content analysis. Virkus observed some similarities.
CONVERSATION MATTERS  Please! No more Icebreakers: 5 Ways to Get a Group Connected Without Icebreakers
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2016
Community: The structure of belonging (San Francisco, Berrett-Koehler, 2008). I read a New York Times article a few days ago praising the benefit of icebreakers, while acknowledging that they are embarrassing and we all groan when someone from the podium announces, in a cherry voice, “Get ready, because we’re going to do an icebreaker.” We’ve all be subjected to, “Two truths and a lie” or “What would you be if you were an animal?”
INFORMATION LITERACY WEBLOG  Information Literacy in Europe, MIL and #SDGs #WLIC2016
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2016
employment/il-value/il-value-tool/ •Information Literacy Standards for University students (2009) (Germany) (see [link] ) •AKVS/ IVIG (2008). I presented in the Information Literacy session at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Columbus, USA today. My powerpoint is embedded below, and I've also put all the links in my presentation, under that.
-  Plagiarism in high places
Martin, 2008). 2008, 31 October). There has been an interesting discussion on the North American information literacy discussion list about how and whether Melania Trump's apparent plagiarism can be used in information literacy education. It has been pointed out that it can also be used to raise discussion of issues such as ghostwriting, and also differing types and degrees of plagiarism.
KNOW NETWORK NEWS  Top Global Cities
| FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016
Kearney since 2008 The "Global Cities Index" has been run by consultancy firm A.T.
CONVERSATION MATTERS  What elements of an improvement are transferable, and what adaptations are needed?
| THURSDAY, JULY 7, 2016
Donald Berwick, “The Science of Improvement”, JAMA, March 12, 2008. One of the questions to be discussed at the up-coming Salzburg Seminar I will be attend July10-15 is, “What elements of an improvement are transferable, and what adaptations are needed?” I have written this blog for the attendees at that seminar, but wanted to share it with others who are interested in healthcare, particularly in developing countries.
CONVERSATION MATTERS  Evaluation in Healthcare Improvement
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2016
Next week I have the honor of participating in a Salzburg Global Seminar. The mission of Salzburg Seminars is to challenge current and future leaders to solve issues of global concern in education, health, environment, economics, governance, and peace-building. .
-  Reports from #ckviii day 2: Focusing on students: Librarians and writing tutors working together; Lisa Hinchliffe's keynote
Academic writing support has been located in the library since 2008. More from Pamela McKinney who is attending the Creating Knowledge conference in Reykjavik. Pam writes here about 2 talks: (1) " Focusing on students: Librarians and writing tutors working together : Miritt Zisser and Bodil Moberg , Karolinska Institutet Universitetsbiblioteket, Stockholm, Sweden (Presenting authors) "This is a Large library with 120 employees and a student body of 6000.
COLUMN TWO  Our favourites from ten years of the Intranet and Digital Workplace Awards
| MONDAY, MAY 16, 2016
2008: Community Forums at British Airways. In 2008 British Airways won an Award for its “Crew Community Forums”, a social environment where 17,000 flying crew could connect with each other. We find it hard to believe that Step Two’s Intranet and Digital Workplace Awards are now ten years old! When we started out as the Intranet Innovation Awards in 2007 we weren’t quite sure where we’d end up, but here we are!
INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  Appreciate your speakers
| WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2016
This summer, I’m doing a preconference workshop for the Association of Christian Librarians, a group I presented for back in 2008. I have been very fortunate to address librarians nationally and internationally as a speaker. I love sharing my ideas, experiences, and things I’ve learned and meeting other librarians. I have gotten research ideas, column ideas, and made friends through my travels. I have visited places I’d always wanted to visit.
BOXES AND ARROWS  What UX Designers Need to Know about Conversion Rate Optimization
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2016
2008, December 16). Conversion is most often defined through sales, but it can also apply to clicks, sign-ups, repeat visitors, or any other metric that meets your organization’s goals. The real problem many organizations face regarding conversion, is that content is often still considered “the stuff that goes into the design.” Putting content at center stage means changing some of the fundamental ways we think about content in the design process and how it helps conversion.
JOHN BATTELLE'S SEARCHBLOG  Predictions 2016: Apple, Tesla, Google, Medium, Adtech, Microsoft, IoT, and Business on a Mission
| SUNDAY, JANUARY 3, 2016
2008 Predictions. 2008 How I Did. The post Predictions 2016: Apple, Tesla, Google, Medium, Adtech, Microsoft, IoT, and Business on a Mission appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. Twelve years of making predictions doesn’t make writing them any easier, regardless of my relatively good showing in 2015. In fact, I briefly considered taking the year off – who am I to make predictions anyway?
PORTALS AND KM  Updated Index to Cities and Towns with Restaurant Picks – November 2015
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2015
Detroit 2008. Louis Restaurants: 2009 Updates on 2006 and 2008 Local’s Favorites. Tampa Florida Restaurant Log, Part Three – November, 2008. I have now provided restaurant picks by friends for an increasing number of cities and towns. I also do a few myself. This blog post serves as an index to them with links for easy access. I will continue to update this index as I add more places. It is past time to update it as I last posted the index on May 2010.
FUTURE OF WORK  In a Boundaryless World, Peak Performance is More Difficult than Ever
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2015
You may have heard of the 2008 book Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience , by psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. I’m just back from a whirlwind two-day unplanned trip to New York City. I was invited to join a small group of entrepreneurs and futurists in a wide-ranging conversation about the future of work.
HAROLD JARCHE  are you prepared?
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2015
I tested out new models of co-learning, such as when Michele Martin and I ran a six-week ‘MOOC’ in 2008 on what we called ‘network literacy’, with over 900 participants. Major technological advances, like the printing press or the Internet, create economic volatility. This in turn changes the existing social contract. A common assumption for the past century has been that with education and effort, you can get a job and earn a decent wage.
JOHN BATTELLE'S SEARCHBLOG  Predictions 2015: Uber, Google, Apple, Beacons, Health, Nest, China, Adtech…
| SUNDAY, JANUARY 4, 2015
2008 Predictions. 2008 How I Did. The post Predictions 2015: Uber, Google, Apple, Beacons, Health, Nest, China, Adtech… appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. My eleventh year of making predictions. Seems everyone’s gotten onto this particular bus, and I’m now late to the party – I never get around to writing till the weekend – when I have open hours in front of me, and plenty of time to contemplate That Which May Come.
WEB WORKER DAILY  Coming in 2015: A better Tesla Roadster
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2014
Tesla''s first electric car, the Roadster, might have been a pioneer back when it was launched in 2008, but it was also a flawed beast and was produced in limited numbers… Uncategorized Roadsters NASDAQ:TSLA NSDQ:TSLA
WEB WORKER DAILY  Bebo attempts the near-impossible: A comeback
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2014
The Facebook predecessor, which dominated British social networking for awhile, sold to AOL for $850 million in 2008. Remember the popular ''90s social networking app Bebo? Yeah, me neither. The corporate… Uncategorized Avatar chatting Emoticon hashtag illustration messaging sentiment social networking NASDAQ:FB NSDQ:FB NYSE:TWTR
BOXES AND ARROWS  When Information Design is a Matter of Life or Death
| TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2014
In 2008, Lloyds Pharmacy conducted 20 minute interviews 1 with 1,961 UK adults. 2008). Retrieved April 2008, from www.lloydspharmacy.com/wps/portal/aboutus/pr. Almost one in five people admitted to having taken prescription medicines incorrectly; more than eight million adults have either misread medicine labels or misunderstood the instructions, resulting in them taking the wrong dose or taking medication at the wrong time of day.
WEB WORKER DAILY  4G spectrum auction (but not the big one) starts with $3.4B in bids
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2014
spectrum auction since 2008 got underway on Thursday as carriers across the country looked to add to their 4G spectrum holdings. The first major U.S. Uncategorized airwaves auction 97 spectrum spectrum auction NSDQ:DISH NYSE:PCS NYSE:T NYSE:VZ
WEB WORKER DAILY  Why Gigaom is no longer involved with the Crunchies awards
| SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2014
It was a good run, but the media landscape has changed quite a bit since 2008, and Gigaom has decided that it''s time to back away from the Crunchies. Uncategorized Crunchies 2014 Roadmap 2014
KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  Pride and Joy
| SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2014
This book is similar to a previous hospital-focused TOC novel, We All Fall Down ( my review from 2008 ). How do you feel about your work place? Are you excited about the people and the work? Or have the well-meaning policies and ineffective "improvements" grown wearying? Even worse, have you started dreading going to work because of all the chaos? Depending where you are, reading a story about such a situation could be painful or it could be very engaging.
GREEN CHAMELEON  Blog>> Is KM Dead? Larry Prusak, Dave Snowden, Patrick Lambe (Recorded July 2008)
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014
In a conversation held in Kuala Lumpur on July 1st 2008, Larry Prusak, Dave Snowden and Patrick Lambe discuss the topic of whether KM is dead or dying, and what lies in store for it. Nice transcript of the conversation within timings provided by Jack Vinson at [link
WEB WORKER DAILY  Gigaom: Roku sells 10 million players in the U.S.
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2014
Roku has sold 10 million streaming players since launching in 2008, the company is set to announce Tuesday. Roku owners stream a total of 37 million hours of video and audio…
GREEN CHAMELEON  Blog>> Narrative Based KM Competencies Framework (video was made in October 2008)
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2014
The research was conducted by Awie Foong for iKMS, directed and supported by Patrick Lambe, and will be published by iKMS in October 2008 This video was made for the Cognitive Edge network as a mini-case study of using narrative techniques. It describes an iKMS ( [link] ) project to develop a self-development competencies framework for knowledge managers in Singapore.
GREEN CHAMELEON  Blog>> Dr Vaine’s actKM Conference Address (recorded October 2008)
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2014
This special broadcast was made for the actKM Forum’s annual conference 14-15 October 2008
GREEN CHAMELEON  Blog>> KM Singapore 2008: Graham Higgins Keynote (recorded in 2008)
| MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 2014
Graham Higgins of Cathay Pacific delivers the first keynote address at iKMS’ annual conference KM Singapore 2008, on the topic “Joining up the dots” How can organisations respect the expertise in functional specialisations and still bridge silos to bring cross-organisation connectivity and awareness?
GREEN CHAMELEON  Blog>> Tony Sheehan’s Keynote for KM Singapore 2008 (recorded in 2008)
| MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 2014
Tony Sheehan of Ashridge Business School and formerly of Arup delivers the second keynote address at iKMS’ annual conference KM Singapore 2008, on the topic “The Lost Art of Thinking” Tony takes us through ten steps of significant change in ogranisational life, leading to a plea for balance and an outline of what we need in terms of connecting tools, networks, corporate values, learning strategies, and time to think.
PORTALS AND KM  Updated Index to Cities and Towns with Restaurant Picks ??? August 2014
| FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 2014
Detroit 2008. Louis Restaurants: 2009 Updates on 2006 and 2008 Locals Favorites. Tampa Florida Restaurant Log, Part Three November, 2008. I have now provided restaurant picks by friends for an increasing number of cities and towns. I also do a few myself. This blog post serves as an index to them with links for easy access. I will continue to update this index as I add more places. It is past time to update it as I last posted the index on May 2010.
GREEN CHAMELEON  Blog>> Knowledge Power and Responsibility: A Conversation with Nancy Dixon (recorded 26 Nov 2008 KM Asia)
| MONDAY, JULY 21, 2014
This conversation with Nancy Dixon, recorded at KM Asia, November 26th 2008 (thanks to Ark Group) explores the issue of supporting “vertical” knowledge sharing – and important themes for designing environments and changing behaviours to overcome inhibitors to sharing that arise from power relationships, willingness to give up responsibility, and the availability and techniques and tools to help us do that
HAROLD JARCHE  Crowd-milking
| THURSDAY, JULY 3, 2014
In 2008, Seth Godin built upon his long tail hypothesis, by calling the part next to the head, “Pocket #2″, which is a niche of the mass market. The basic premise of the long tail is that there is an equal or perhaps larger market of those willing to buy unpopular items (or services) than all the people who buy the popular items.
-  Manipulate Perceptions to Improve Virtual Team Performance | Leading Virtually
Manipulate Perceptions to Improve Virtual Team Performance Published by Surinder Kahai on March 12, 2008 | 2 Responses. Effective Collaboration March 17, 2008 at 3:12 am | Permalink. Enterprise Collaboration and Virtual Teams Report (March 17, 2008)… The People Part of Enterprise Collaboration and Virtual Teams To build better virtual team performance, focus on and talk about the similarities between people. Leadership in the Digital Age. You are here: Home.
WWW.JARCHE.COM  Personally Managing Your Knowledge
| FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 2014
Posted Monday, 2 June 2008 ; filed under Informal Learning. 15 Responses to “PKM – Personally Managing Your Knowledge” Jacques June 2nd, 2008. Tony Karrer June 3rd, 2008. Harold June 3rd, 2008. Anoush Margaryan June 19th, 2008. December 2008 (13). November 2008 (16). October 2008 (18). September 2008 (18). August 2008 (14). July 2008 (14). June 2008 (20). May 2008 (22). April 2008 (17).
-  Research writing and note tagging on del.icio.us « Community & Virtual Reference
June 4, 2008 by Michael Todd Ritchey. December 2008 (1). November 2008 (1). October 2008 (1). September 2008 (1). July 2008 (2). June 2008 (6). About. Web 2.0, Community & Virtual Reference. Musings about personal experiences, ideas from the best Web 2.0 books, and how they pertain to community Websites. Feeds: Posts. Comments. « New Internet favorites as blog posts.
-  Tony Karrer: Social Media for Knowledge Workers
► 2008. eLearning Technology. Tony Karrers eLearning Blog on e-Learning Trends eLearning 2.0 Personal Learning Informal Learning eLearning Design Authoring Tools Rapid e-Learning Tools Blended e-Learning e-Learning Tools Learning Management Systems (LMS) e-Learning ROI and Metrics. Tuesday, March 30, 2010. Social Media for Knowledge Workers. Last week I had a presentation around using Social Media and Web 2.0 tools to improve your performance as a knowledge worker.
WWW.NYTIMES.COM  Shifting Careers - Fighting a Workplace War Against Distraction - NYTimes.com
| FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 2014
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WWW.WORKLITERACY.COM  Work Literacy Launched | Work Literacy
| FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 2014
June 1, 2008 - Tony Karrer and Michele Martin are pleased to announce the founding of Work Literacy â€¦ â€œThe most important contribution management needs to make in the 21st Century is to increase the productivity of the knowledge worker.” Work Literacy Launched.
WEBLOGG-ED.COM  Weblogg-ed » Assessing Network Building
| FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 2014
Networks 27 Aug 2008 06:29 am. Post Date : Wednesday, Aug 27th, 2008 at 6:29 am. Weblogg-ed. -->. Site menu: about |. speaking |. my stuff. ed blogs |. resources. rss guide. videos. contact. Assessing Network Building.
-  Might Curators Be An Answer To Twitter’s Signal To Noise Problem?
My stats in 2008. In 2008 (!) The post Might Curators Be An Answer To Twitter’s Signal To Noise Problem? appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. And at present. 10X the number of folks followed = Signal to Noise problem. Twitter’s lack of growth over the past few months has quickly become its defining narrative – witness Inside Twitter’s plan to fix itself from Quartz, which despite the headline, fails to actually explain anything about said plan.
CONVERSATION MATTERS  The Heartbeat of the Organization
| SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 2014
Trends in HR and employee benefits: Employers’ try to ease workers’ commuting pain." From AON Hewitt Associates online (2008). . Increasingly employees do not go into the office to get their work done – they are able to work quite effectively from a remote site. In this virtual world, when they do go to the office it is for something quite different. They go in order to meet with others to talk together about the planning and coordination issues their team or department is facing.
CONNECTING 2 THE WORLD  Distributed groups and mobile technology
| SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 2014
In a recent chapter I wrote about mobile technology, researchers (Ladner, 2008; Julsrud & Bakke, 2009) found that there is a blurring of the lines between work and home life. Portus (2008) had these findings in her study on mobile phone use in the Philippines. 2008). 2008). 2008). A short history Twenty years ago, I was working on a management training program for Hungary.
CONNECTING 2 THE WORLD  Social Identity and Mobile Technology
| SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 2014
In addition, group norms, values, and communication can influence an individual that may not be physically present; or, conversely, individuals can influence group norms, values, and communication (Campbell & Park, 2008; Sugiyama, 2012) from a distance. This is a preview of the chapter I am writing. The focus of this post is on defining social identity as it relates to mobile technology.
KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  Hey look, a nail!
| THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2014
Peter McLeod and Fernand Gobet published in Cognition in 2008.) . I’ve written here a few times about cognitive biases. They encompass a wide variety of mental phenomena. Blind spots, biases, etc. They enable fast thinking based on patterns and previous experiences. One assumes this is valuable for instantaneous decision making. But when “the good gets in the way of the best,” it’s a source of interest for many people. .
INFORMATION LITERACY WEBLOG  Tips: Mind and Concept Mapping
| THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2014
link] Photo: student map, created 2008. The new issue (Winter 2014) of ACRL Instruction Section''s Tips & Trends has been published. The theme is Mind and Concept Mapping. It has a concise 3 pages outlining benefits, drawbacks and examples, plus a bibliography. Go to [link] for this and also for previous Tips and Trends.
JOHN BATTELLE'S SEARCHBLOG  Predictions 2014: A Difficult Year To See
| FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 2014
2008 Predictions. 2008 How I Did. The post Predictions 2014: A Difficult Year To See appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. This post marks the 10th edition of my annual predictions – it’s quite possibly the only thing I’ve consistently done for a decade in my life (besides this site, of course, which is going into its 12th year). But gazing into 2014 has been the hardest of the bunch – and not because the industry is getting so complicated.
HAROLD JARCHE  Working Socially
| WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 2014
For example, even though I had worked online for over a decade, I did not really understand Twitter until I started using it regularly in 2008. Why should I, as an OD/HR/L&D professional, concerned with the human aspects of organizations, have to understand social media and enterprise social networks? Saying we don’t need to understand social media is like saying we didn’t need to understand speaking, reading or writing to do our jobs before.
FUTURE OF WORK  What Will the Future of Work Look Like?
| TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2013
The difficulty with making accurate predictions is that most of us are not very good at anticipating truly disruptive events - natural disasters, market meltdowns (like the one in 2008), major technology breakthroughs. December 2013. As a self-proclaimed workplace futurist I get asked all the time "What will the future of work really look like?" And it’s an appropriate question to contemplate at the end of the year, which is always filled with both looking back and looking forward.
HAROLD JARCHE  PKM and MOOC
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2013
With the MOOC, especially one focused on being massive and open, there is a greater possibility for serendipitous connections, such as what happened with participants becoming instructors in the early MOOC we conducted in 2008. Workplace training and education too often resembles modern playgrounds: safe, repeatable, easily constructed from component parts, requiring that the child bring little of their own to the experience – Johnnie Moore.
HAROLD JARCHE  Lessons from an early MOOC
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2013
In September 2008, Michele Martin , Tony Karrer and I hosted a 6-week open professional development program on social media. We did this for the eLearning Guild as a run-up to the annual DevLearn conference. It was an asynchronous (no time-scheduled activities) program. We developed all activities for three levels of participation: Spectator; Joiner; and Creator, with different requirements for each.
CONNECTING 2 THE WORLD  The Mobile Professor
| SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2013
The Personal Communication Society Yesterday, while reading an article I am writing for contribution to a book a colleague is working on, I came across Campbell and Park''s (2008) idea of personal mobile communication. In addition, Rettie''s (2008) research suggests that there are different ways in which devises are used depending on the level of intimacy between people using mobile devises. Campbell and Jong Jin Park (2008). Ruth Rettie (2008).
INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  I hate to say “I told you so.” Drawing the line with HBR.
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2013
But around 2008, HBR “generously” offered to allow their content to be used in the classroom so long as we were willing to pay an additional premium. Over four years ago, I wrote a post about how EBSCO had shut off my institution’s links to all Harvard Business Review articles after we declined their “generous” offer to let us pay to use articles already available through a database we were paying for.
INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  Aloha Hawaii Library Association!
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2013
2008): 438-449. This week I’m in stunning Oahu speaking at the Hawaii Library Association. I’m super thrilled to have been invited to this amazing place and to have been lucky enough to bring my family along. Mahalo HLA!!! This post contains my presentation slides and links to the things I mentioned in my presentations. I hope these resources are useful! Free and Cheap Technologies to Supercharge your Teaching.
INFORMATION LITERACY WEBLOG  Perceived Barriers in Relation to Health and Lifestyle Information among Icelanders #ecil2013
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2013
2008). The penultimate talk in a session on workplace/ everyday IL, was Perceived Barriers in Relation to Health and Lifestyle Information among Icelanders by Ágústa Pálsdóttir at the European Conference on Information Literacy. I am afraid that I was by now feeling a bit weary, since the day started with my workshop (which I will blog later) and then a poster session (which I also participated in) and then a rather long session (and no lunch until 3.15pm!)
INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  Opening up knowledge on the tenure track
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2013
The book chapters I’ve written since 2008? I’m not a hero. I’m not an open access warrior. I’m not one of those people who would risk their career on the cross of Open Access. I’m not a badass who makes demands of publishers. I ask nicely. I’m on the tenure track and the idea of walking away from an opportunity to publish is terrifying. But, you know what?
INFORMATION LITERACY WEBLOG  Project SAILS beta testing outside North America
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2013
There is more information at [link] Photo by Sheila Webber: Sails in the harbour, Hobart, Tasmania, 2008. I was a bit slow picking this up but I think it is still open: project SAILS wants non-USA institutions to beta-test their information literacy testing tool. The beta test is open to any institution testing outside the United States. There is no fee to participate. Testing takes place between August and December of 2013.
TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  Launch of CIO of the Future
| TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2013
Executive Forum in February 2008. Advanced Human Technologies is, among other things, a publisher. To complement our existing ventures and publications , we have been building the platform and capabilities to generate more web publications and soon, more books and reports. The general theme of our publications is the future, or in some cases what we need to do today to be successful in the future.
HAROLD JARCHE  Why PKM?
| TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2013
I wrote about it on my blog in 2008 ( and then our structures shape us ) and was able to find a digital copy. Have you ever tried to find something you saw recently on the Net but don’t remember where you found it? On Twitter, I mark my favourites and review them every two weeks, with the best becoming Friday’s Finds. I think of it as a short-term memory helper. Go back in time and think about something you researched. Can you find it now?
JOHN BATTELLE'S SEARCHBLOG  Thoughts on Ford’s OpenXC: In The Future, Brands With Open Data Will Win
| SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 2013
Way back in 2008 I wrote a piece about Facebook and data called It’s Time For Services on The Web to Compete On More Than Data. The post Thoughts on Ford’s OpenXC: In The Future, Brands With Open Data Will Win appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. I spent today at the first-ever Boing Boing Ingenuity , a two-day hackathon cum “vaudeville show” – truly Boing Boing brought to life.
PORTALS AND KM  Barbecue Tour Of the US South: Part Four
| FRIDAY, JULY 26, 2013
Here is an excerpt from my friend Don Lesser’s 2008 blog post on the place. This post picks up with samples from western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia (by way of Vermont). The first one covered Louisiana and Texas. The second post covered Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. The third covered North Carolina and eastern Virginia. This is a very unscientific sampling taken from doing a search on the likely places we might stop for a meal.
PORTALS AND KM  2013 Fortune 500 Expand and Branch Out in Social Media: Google+, Instagram, ?Foursquare and Pinterest
| WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013
This was the largest increase since 2008. Nora Ganim Barnes and her colleagues at the Center for Marketing Research at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth have released another of their very useful studies: 2013 Fortune 500 Are Bullish on Social Media:?Big Big Companies Get Excited About Google+, Instagram,? Foursquare and Pinteres t. For this work they looked at social media use by all 500 of the 2013 Fortune 500 companies. The types included blogs, Twitter and Facebook.
PSYBLOG  Women 3 Times More Likely to Wear Red or Pink When Fertile
| THURSDAY, JULY 11, 2013
Elliot & Pazda, 2012; Greenfield, 2005) and that men find women wearing or surrounded by red particularly attractive and sexually desirable (Elliot & Niesta, 2008).". Study finds women prefer red or pink clothes at their most fertile time of the month. Although women can only conceive during a relatively short window during their monthly cycle. ".scientists
CONNECTING 2 THE WORLD  Organizational Creativity
| WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 2013
2008). A while back, I cowrote an article on the psychology of entrepreneurs. My role was to help update the paper that one of my colleagues had written a while before. I took a totally different approach as my background was in international management and communication. Our paper has been well received and still holds up. One reason it may still hold up is that we tried to identify the universals that came out of research regardless of discipline, culture, or methodology.
HAROLD JARCHE  Network Era Fluency
| MONDAY, JULY 8, 2013
You likely heard a lot about market forces, especially in 2008. Today, it’s all about networks, something you were most likely not taught about in school. This means that most of our education is useless in understanding the world as it currently exists. Yes, useless. If you were raised during the past several decades you probably understand tribes and institutions. But that is a triform society.
PSYBLOG  The Psychology of Nostalgia (in under 300 words)
| TUESDAY, JULY 2, 2013
2008 ). Nostalgia has been rehabilitated from a disease of the mind to a beneficial emotional experience. It seems incredible now but at one time nostalgia used to be considered a psychiatric condition: "Nostalgia was regarded as a medical disease confined to the Swiss, a view that persisted through most of the 19 th century.
BOXES AND ARROWS  Emotional Design with A.C.T. – Part 2
| TUESDAY, JULY 2, 2013
Demir, 2008), diagram: (van Gorp & Adams, 2012). Sanders, 1992)(Sternberg, 1988)(Demir, 2008)(McLean, 1990), diagram: (van Gorp & Adams, 2012). adapted from: (Sanders, 1992)(Sternberg, 1988)(Demir, 2008)(McLean, 1990), diagram: (van Gorp & Adams, 2012). 2008). Back in Part 1 , we looked at how the emotions expressed by people and products communicate personality traits over time.
THE BAMBOO PROJECT BLOG  Clarify: Beware Those "Top 10 Jobs" Lists
| FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 2013
Do you really think that the market isn''t going to have changed substantially between 2008 and 2020? . The other day, a friend shared with me one of those infographics that talks about "demand jobs"--in this case, it''s jobs that require little work experience. This is what it looks like. Note, I''m going to use US information for this discussion, but the principles are generally the same, regardless of where you live).
PSYBLOG  Beard Psychology: 4 Signals That Serious Facial Hair Sends
| MONDAY, JUNE 24, 2013
The jury is still out, with one study suggesting light stubble ( Neave & Shields, 2008 ) and another heavy stubble ( Dixson & Brooks, 2013 ). Are bearded men good with babies? Are beards attractive to women? In a fight, do beards help or hinder? If you''re having trouble telling men from women, here''s a clue. Men are the ones with hair sprouting from their faces (alright more hair sprouting from their faces).
-  Ambient Awareness Redux
This phenomenon really underscored the " ambient awareness " concept that I first encountered in the New York Times in 2008. At this weekend''s U.S. Open in Merion, two things were quite noteworthy: . As it did in 2011, except more so, it felt at once liberating and scary to have to leave our smartphones outside the gates to the facility. (The
PORTALS AND KM  Hermes, D’Etat, and Morpheus: Mardi Gras 2013
| SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 2013
Gambit Weekly’s Carnival critic, Rex Duke, has awarded Hermes with Best Night Parade and Best Overall Parade in 2007, 2008, 2011 and 2012. This is another in a series on Mardi Gras 2013 in New Orleans. Hermes, D’Etat, and Morpheus followed similar routes, one after the other and both went up Napoleon Avenue to St. Charles and on to Canal Street. They were night parades.
PORTALS AND KM  My App Gap Posts for April 2013
| MONDAY, APRIL 29, 2013
The AppGap posts began toward the end of January 2008. I have been reviewing software for the AppGap and writing about other topics for this blog since January 2008. Here, I am primarily doing product commentaries with a few other things thrown in. Below are the ones for April. It has been a great run and much fun. I have met many great people and been exposed to some ground breaking software.
PORTALS AND KM  My App Gap Posts for March 2013
| WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 2013
The AppGap posts began toward the end of January 2008. Here, I am primarily doing product commentaries with a few other things thrown in. Below are the ones for March. There will be more posts in April. 2011 IBM Global CMO Study – Results. eXo Announces Codenvy and Plans for eXo Release 4.0. Social Media Levels Off in the Inc 500 in 2012. Bloomfire Offers Comprehensive Knowledge Connections. Who Are the Top 20 Social CMOs in the Fortune 100?
BOXES AND ARROWS  Let Them Pee: Avoiding the Sign-Up/Sign-In Mobile Antipattern
| SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 2013
Finally, remember that “Forms suck,” as brilliantly quipped by Luke Wroblewski in his book Web Form Design (Rosenfeld Media, 2008). This is an excerpt from the upcoming Android Design Patterns: Interaction Design Solutions for Developers (Wiley, 2013) by Greg Nudelman. Anything that slows down customers or gets in their way after they download your app is a bad thing.
PORTALS AND KM  My App Gap Posts for February 2013
| FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2013
The AppGap posts began toward the end of January 2008. Here, I am primarily doing product commentaries with a few other things thrown in. Below are the ones for February. There will be more in March. Fortune 100?s s Top 20 Social CMOs. The Connected Enterprise Addresses Rising Business Complexity. My IBM Connect 2013 Session Notes. JackBe Makes Business Intelligence More Accessible and Robust with Latest Moves. Preparing for Our New Era of Knowledge Work – McKinsey.
PSYBLOG  Mental Practice Makes Perfect
| TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2013
2008 ) was carried out on medical students. Surgeons do it. Tennis players do it. But do the rest of us undervalue the mental rehearsal of challenging activities? If you were to undergo brain surgery, would you care if the surgeon regularly carried out mental practice of the operation? Or, would you only be interested in the physical practice? (By
CHIEFTECH  Goodbye, Posterous (forever)
| SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2013
Unfortunately, Twitter are pulling the plug as of the 30th April: Posterous launched in 2008. Before hosting this site on Scriptogr.am , my last blog was hosted on Posterous. Our mission was to make it easier to share photos and connect with your social networks. Since joining Twitter almost one year ago, we’ve been able to continue that journey, building features to help you discover and share what’s happening in the world – on an even larger scale.
PORTALS AND KM  My App Gap Posts for January 2013
| WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2013
The AppGap posts began toward the end of January 2008. Here, I am primarily doing product commentaries with a few other things thrown in. Below are the ones for January 2013. There will be more posts in February. Where Should App Version Control Reside? SharePoint’s Potential is a Work in Progress. The Business Tablet Landscape According to Forrester. Gliffy Provides Visualizations for Atlassian Confluence, JIRA and other Web Apps.
PSYBLOG  Food on the Mind: 20 Surprising Insights From Food Psychology
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2013
2008 ). 2008) did a version of the Pepsi challenge. When low-fat foods are bad, why people eat tuna eyes and fried bat, America's dysfunctional relationship with food and more. We invest food with so much meaning, and rightly so: it changes our mood, it strengthens our relationships when we eat together and food choices express who we are. But food has a dark side. We worry about eating unhealthy, about weight gain and how we can control our intake.
JOHN BATTELLE'S SEARCHBLOG  Predictions 2013
| MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 2013
2008 Predictions. 2008 How I Did. The post Predictions 2013 appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. Nostradamus. One week into the new year, it’s again time for me take a crack at predicting what might come of this next spin around the sun, at least as it relates to the Internet ecosystem.
KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  Data, information, redux
| SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 2013
In the first quote, David Weinberger was discussing Knowledge at the End of the Information Age from a 2008 talk published on the TVO Big Ideas podcast (TV Ontario). Two quotes came to mind recently. Metadata is the stuff you know. Data is the stuff you are looking for. Weinberger . Information is the answer to the question asked. Goldratt.
PORTALS AND KM  My App Gap Posts for December 2012
| FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 2013
The AppGap posts began toward the end of January 2008. Here, I am primarily doing product commentaries with a few other things thrown in. Below are the ones for December. There will be more in January. Igloo Provides Comprehensive Social Business Platform. harmon.ie Connect Expands SharePoint Integration. BroadVision Launches Social Engagement Analysis Service. Moxie Software Partners with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Badgeville brings Gamification to Jive.
-  New framework: 2013 and beyond – What will appear and disappear in our lives
We are once again collaborating with Richard Watson of NowandNext.com , following the extensive work we’ve done together in the past, notably on the famous ‘London tube map’ 2007+ Trend Blend (the original trendsetter for all the other city underground trend maps over the last years), 2008+ Trend Blend , and our highly popular Extinction Timeline. As a futurist, the end of the year means it is once again time to release a structured look at the future.
JOHN BATTELLE'S SEARCHBLOG  Locked and Bloated
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2012
This was almost five years ago – January of 2008. The post Locked and Bloated appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. image Vator News ) Companies get big. Companies gain market dominance. Companies slowly pivot from their original values. Companies justify those shifts with nods to shareholder value, or consistent user experience, or inconsistent implementations of their platforms by (former) partners. It happened to Sun. To Microsoft. To Apple. To Google.
PORTALS AND KM  My AppGap Blog Posts for November 2012
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012
The AppGap posts began toward the end of January 2008. Here, I am primarily doing product commentaries with a few other things thrown in. Below are the ones for November. There will be more in December. Alfresco Enhances Its Content Management Offering with More Integration Touchpoints. Atlassian Stash Supports Enterprise Application Developers with DVCS Git. I BM Connections 4.0 Offers Expanded Social, Integration, and Analytic Capabilities.
PORTALS AND KM  The Growth of Personal Cloud Storage
| MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2012
I spoke with David Friend, CEO of Boston-based Carbonite in 2008. billion files and are adding 32 million files a day and this was 2008. I keep reading about more uses of the cloud and it all makes sense. Now it is moving from the business world to the consumer world. Although aspects of the cloud have long been in the consumer world also.
PSYBLOG  How Memory Works: 10 Things Most People Get Wrong
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2012
For example, studies have shown that people can crowd out painful negative memories by focusing on more positive ones ( Levy & Anderson, 2008 ). "If we remembered everything we should on most occasions be as ill off as if we remembered nothing." William James. It's often said that a person is the sum of their memories. Your experience is what makes you who you are. Memory, then, shapes the very core of human experience.
PORTALS AND KM  My AppGap Blog Posts for October 2012
| SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2012
The AppGap posts began toward the end of January 2008. Here, I am primarily doing product commentaries with a few other things thrown in. Below are the ones for October. There will be more in November. Comprehensive Enterprise Integration is Enabled by Jive’s Platform. Overcoming Potential for Chaos in WAN SharePoint Deployments. Contegix Offers Direct Managed Hosting for Total Cloud Care. iRise Accelerate Software Development with Functional Application Simulations.
INFORMATION LITERACY WEBLOG  Dissertations on information literacy
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2012
Robert Gordon University, Awarded: 2008 -- Developing a new blended approach to fostering information literacy. There are a few online PhD dissertations relevant to information literacy that can be accessed via the British Library's ethos service. You have to register (free). If the thesis are not already digitised (the ones below are ) then you can pay £49 to get it digitised. They include -- What is 'digital literacy'? : a pragmatic investigation. Beshaw, Douglas A.
PORTALS AND KM  Social Media Continues to Increase in the 2012 Fortune 500
| FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2012
While last year’s F500 study found a leveling off of blogging in the Fortune 500 with only 23% hosting a public facing corporate blog in both 2010 and 2011, in 2012, 139 companies (28%) had corporate blogs providing the largest increase in use of this tool since the 2008 study of the F500.