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Change to Primary URL

Change to Primary URL

Just a brief note to inform any readers/followers that I have changed the primary URL for this blog from steve-dale.net to stephendale.com. This is part of a rationalisation of domain names that I own, and to distinguish this (mainly) business-related blog content from my personal (non-business) blog content at stephendale.net. Access to this blog is still available from steve-dale.net, and the RSS subscription should not be affected. However, all permalinks have changed to “stephendale.com/xxxx” and as such anyone who has…

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Bookmarks for September 11th through September 16th

Bookmarks for September 11th through September 16th

These are my links for September 11th through September 16th: Google to unveil social networking feature – latimes.com – Probably not news to many people, but clearly Google ramping up the expectations for their much-heralded new social network venture. No doubt some pressure to ensure they get this right, given the lack of buzzz with Buzz and the minor ripple that was Wave. Seesmic Desktop 2 Brings More than 40 Social Networking Apps to One Window – I’ve recently installed…

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Bookmarks for September 9th through September 11th

Bookmarks for September 9th through September 11th

These are my links for September 9th through September 11th: Local Spending Data Guidance | data.gov.uk – This guidance has been produced by the Local Public Data Panel, and builds on the draft guidance published in June this year by the panel, on comments made on that guidance, the Treasury guidance to central government departments on releasing their spending data, and experience from publishing the data, and, crucially, using and analysing it. Local Council Spending over £500 – Ask every…

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Bookmarks for September 5th through September 8th

Bookmarks for September 5th through September 8th

These are my links for September 5th through September 8th: Calendar of the Future – If the 21st century is the age of social media and the social web, then the calendar is still firmly rooted in 20th century technology. The best we seem to have at present is the abilty to synchonise or share calendars. Is this enough? How can I better optimise my time using a calendar injected with some degree of ‘intelligence’ as to what my priorities…

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Bookmarks for September 3rd through September 4th

Bookmarks for September 3rd through September 4th

These are my links for September 3rd through September 4th: The State of Linked Data in 2010 – A good summary and explanation of open and linked data. A reminder too that not all linked data is open, and not all open data is linked. Facebook blocks Apple over Ping – Another example of the ‘closed shop’ mentality at Facebook? I guess we could take this at face value and believe that it really is something to do with loading…

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Bookmarks for August 30th through September 2nd

Bookmarks for August 30th through September 2nd

These are my links for August 30th through September 2nd: Facebook and Twitter meet iTunes in Ping – Apple takes further strides to integrate iTunes with social networks. I'm wondering where this leaves services such as Last.fm and Blip.fm? 10 Tips For Aspiring Community Managers – As the world of dominant brands becomes more fragmented, established companies and startups are hiring community managers to cultivate an engaged community in a digital world where customers’ experiences with the product is amplified…

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Bookmarks for August 27th through August 28th

Bookmarks for August 27th through August 28th

These are my links for August 27th through August 28th: E L S U A ~ A KM Blog Thinking Outside The Inbox by Luis Suarez » CommunityBuilders – Building and Sustaining On-Line Communities by Steve Dale – About the importance of the community facilitator in developing the environment for succesful collaboration and knowledge sharing. An on-line community without a facilitator is like having a battery-driven toy – but without the batteries! Read+Comment | Hassle-free publishing and commenting on your…

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Bookmarks for August 24th through August 26th

Bookmarks for August 24th through August 26th

These are my links for August 24th through August 26th: 500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error The beauty of data visualization | Video on TED.com – David McCandless turns complex data sets (like worldwide military spending, media buzz, Facebook status updates) into beautiful, simple diagrams that tease out unseen patterns and connections. Ning says googbye to free accounts – The problem with a free lunch is that you don't always get to choose what you eat. I…

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Bookmarks for August 21st through August 24th

Bookmarks for August 21st through August 24th

These are my links for August 21st through August 24th: 500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error WSRP v2.0 Specification – Integration of remote content and application logic into an End-User presentation has been a task requiring significant custom programming effort. Typically, vendors of aggregating applications, such as a portal, write special adapters for applications and content providers to accommodate the variety of different interfaces and protocols those providers use. The goal of this specification is to enable…

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Bookmarks for August 14th through August 20th

Bookmarks for August 14th through August 20th

These are my links for August 14th through August 20th: 23 Things Home – 23 Things – Welcome to 23 Things, the course which introduces library staff to Web 2.0, Library 2.0, and new technologies. It has been developed by Portsmouth and Surrey library staff. A timeline of open government data – A time-line of events in the development of current open government data initiatives in the UK. OS OpenSpace developer wiki – Welcome to the OpenSpace wiki. The wiki…

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