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Working Smarter Flows & Stocks

Please, please, please, steal pointers you find here to help others make the world a better place. Forever beta.


 

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Wolfram Alpha -- because it's there.

 

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Recommended sites

 

John Brockman's The Edge is the place to eavesdrop on amazing conversations and dialog among the likes of Richard Dawkins, Freeman Dyson, Murray Gell- Mann, Benoit Mandelbrot, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Howard Gardner, Steven Pinker, Steven Levy; Naomi Wolf, Annie Dillard, Ken Kesey, Steven Levy, and Malcolm Gladwell.

 

Rob Paterson writes about a wide variety of subjects, ranging from renewable energy to new business models. Rob provides the unique perspective of an ex-investment banker turned independent consultant now living on Prince Edward Island, Canada.

 

Digital Inspiration - Amit Agarwal writes a very accessible, inspirational and popular technology blog that includes tutorials and how-to guides related to software, computers, and internet.

 

Junk Charts is a blog devoted to analyzing and critiquing visual displays of information, a great read if you use numbers in your work and want to improve your visual literacy.

 

Lifehacker - A number of authors contribute to this blog devoted to discussing software and websites that actually help you save time.

 

Engadget & Gizmodo - sites that track the latest technology gadgets with a slightly snarky attitude.)

 

Internet Archive Wayback Machineis building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, they provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public. You can zoom back in time. If you prefer, check out the recordings of Grateful Dead concerts.

 

The New York Times Navigator is used by New York Times reporters and editors as the starting point for their forays onto the Web. Its primary intent is to give the news staff a solid starting point for a wide range of journalistic functions without forcing all of them to spend time wandering around to find a useful set of links of their own.

 

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Fifty Writing Tools from Poynter

50 Free Resources That Will Improve Your Writing Skills

Writers Market

On Writing

 

Learning, Knowledge, and Fun Blogs

Boing Boing

Anecdote “putting stories to work”.

Bunchberry & Fern  Simon Bostock

Cognitive Edge Dave Snowden

Corporate eLearning Strategies & Development Brent Schlenker

Dave’s Whiteboard Dave Ferguson

Downes Daily Weekly

Donald Clark Plan B Donald Clark

ELSUA  Luis Suarez

e-Clippings: Learning as Art Mark Oehlert

eLearning Technology Tony Karrer

elearnspace George Siemens

Green Chameleon Straits Knowledge.

Growing Changing Learning Creating Tom Haskins

Janet Clarey

Karyn’s erratic learning journey  Karyn Romeis

Knowledge Jolt with Jack Jack Vinson

Mark Sylvester 

Mathemagenic Lilia Efimova

Networks, Complexity and Relatedness Patti Anklam

The Obvious Euan Semple

The Smart Work Company Anne Marie McEwan 

Interdependent Thoughts Ton Zylstra 

Trends in the Living Networks  Ross Dawson

Will at Work Learning Will Thalheimer

Workplace Learning Today Brandon Hall’s multi-author site

 

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Center for Learning Performance Technology

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Good learning blogs to know about

Stephen Downes is a researcher at Canada’s National Research Center and tracks & gives his opinions about an enormous amount of information learning, the web, academia, trends, standards, etc. If it’s worth knowing about, Stephen will probably cover it.

 

Donald Clark, founder and former CEO of Epic, the UK’s largest eLearning house. A brilliant Scot with a keen sense of humor, Donald loves pointing out that the emperor has no clothes.

 

George Siemens, Canadian academic. Father of Connectivism, which posits the knowledge is no longer confined by our skulls; it’s in our networks. His links blog is good, too.

 

Kevin Wheeler is tops on talent management, future of business, leadership, and lots more.

 

Mark Oehlert is the go-to guy for serious gaming in learning.

 

David Weinberger talks tags, search, and practical knowledge management better than any of the rest of us.

 

Marcia Conner's Learn At All Levels column on Fast Company is inspirational.

 

Maish Nichani highlights an important learning story or concept every day. Great blog to track if you’re tracking only one.

 

Tony Karrer's eLearning Technology is essential reading for trends in corporate eLearning, cultural as well as technological.

 

Tech 

Kevin Kelly

Long Now Foundation archives

The Edge

Yi-Tan Conversations

O'Reilly Media

PARC Forum archives

 

TED: 100 Web sites you should use

 

Business

CIO

Forbes

HBR podcasts

Business Week

http://www.businessballs.com/

McKinsey Quarterly

 

Net Biz

Marketing Charts

 

Reference

Jerry's Brain

1911 Britannica

History of Philosophy

Window: Philosophy

World of Science

Classical Music Archive

David Gurtenn's Who's Who

 

Top 10 TED Talks

 

1. Jill Bolte Taylor: 

My stroke of insight

 

2. Jeff Han:

 Touchscreen demo foreshadows the iPhone

 

3. David Gallo: 

Underwater astonishments

 

4. Blaise Aguera y Arcas: 

Jaw-dropping Photosynth demo

 

5. Arthur Benjamin:

 Lightning calculation and other "Mathemagic"

 

6. Sir Ken Robinson: 

Do schools kill creativity?

 

7. Hans Rosling: 

The best stats you've ever seen

 

8. Tony Robbins :Why we do what we do, and how we can do it better

 

9. Al Gore: 

15 ways to avert a climate crisis

 

10. Johnny Lee:

 Creating tech marvels out of a $40 Wii Remote

 

Museums

Louvre, The British Museum, Tokyo National Museum, Smithsonian, MOMA (Museum of Modern Art), Hermitage Museum, Prado Museum, National Palace Museum

 

 

 

 

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OED list of top 100 education blogs

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New Approaches to Life Long Learning (NALL) 
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Other

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Gurteen Knowledge Letters

Nancy White wiki on online facilitation

LearningTown!

Connectivism course Pageflakes

c4lpt Social Learning Network

 

Visualization

The Graphic Learning Gallery at Learning 2006

Envisioning

How to Transform an Organization with Visual Learning

See What I Mean, eLearning Magazine

Sight Mammals, T+D Magazine, 2002

Center for Visual Learning 

visualizations

Jay's old concept images

Visual Thinking school

Dave Gray on Flickr

Isabel Pedersen's amazing bibliography on visual thinkign

Worldmapper: incredible maps

Understanding Marcel Duchamp

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