I stumbled upon (not with the software) this CV (I would not have my cellphone number public like this) and thus was introduced to Visual CV (warning: big annoying Flash promo). From their about pages:
The VisualCV makes a traditional resume come alive with video, pictures and a portfolio of your best work samples and other [...read the complete post...]
Britannica Online is waiving (for one year) its $70 premium access fee through a program called Britannica Webshare (via TechCrunch).
This program is intended for people who publish with some regularity on the Internet, be they bloggers, webmasters, or writers. We reserve the right to deny participation to anyone who in our judgment doesn’t qualify.” Britannica is [...read complete post...]
… cause “my internet is not working.” Hysterical SouthPark episode (via Go2Web2.0). [...read complete pos...]
In concert with developing a page of Twitter resources, I’ve started (in-work!) identifying message genres (types). Note that some follow traditional genre style (eg, fiction, nonfiction, science fiction, romance) and some are “types of people” (politics, organizations, reporters): [...read complete post...]Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 4 so far )
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The eBook is available via pdf.
Interesting map of the social web — using estimated memberships. Check it out!Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 1 so far )
Saturday, the Simpson Center sponsored an inter-disciplinary symposium on community and blogging. Notes from the conference (real-time – not true quotes, almost all is paraphrased even if it uses personal pronouns).
Just found this excellent guide to comments (good for readers and blog owners) at LifeHacker.Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 2 so far )
Newsvine co-founder Calvin Tang provides tips on writing an effective Newsvine seed (effective defined as moving up the Vine!).Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( None so far )
Check out their blogs! (All have a theme – we’ll talk about this on Thursday.)
- Child Market – A blog about child prostitution & trafficking.
- EditorMom (Katharine) – Social justice, publishing, politics, and other issues.
- Healthy Bodies – The fight for universal health care.
- In The Dark – Dr. Peter Fallon (professor)
- Mama Nature – Covering environmental issues.
- media future universe – The media and the future of media.
- News Snobbery – Turning up my nose at all that is not news.
- Newsworthy02 – A comparative look at the days top news stories from a few different sources.
- Obama-meter – The meter is running on Barack Obama’s campaign for president.
- regulating regulators – Observing and reporting news about the FCC.
- Render Unto Caesar – A critical look at the dwindling separation of church and state in the US.