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Learning Thinkers Search

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Search Downes archives

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Marcia http://agelesslearner.com/

Clark Aldrich 



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Push to pull

Internet Culture



Jerry's   Brain



Democracy and Education, John Dewey

Educause Resources

Educause Quarterly

Educause Review

Pocket Guide to Higher Ed






Jane's eLearning Handbook

eLearning Guild

L&D Pageflakes

Society for Organizational Learning

SOL's links on organizational learning

Whole Earth catalog articles


SDSU Encyclopedia of Educational Technology

eLearning Forum archives

Connectivism wiki and site map (George) & Educational Tech wiki

George's sitemap

CLO magazine

Adobe eLearning

Education Signals (Trace Urdan)

Kineo Reports (how to...)

Old Epic White Papers




Elliott's wiki



Jay Stuff


Business Blog

Learning Blog



FAQ (wiki)

About us

About Jay


Learning in Business

The Learning Discipline

Seminal Videos

Seminal Documents



YouTube Videos


DEL.ICIO.US bookmarks





Jay's Google Account

All pages on wiki

What's New


Internet Time Blog 2004

2001-2004 archives



Jay's articles on Scribd


Jay's photos, 100 per page



streaming video of Mom and Daddy




Kevin Kelly

Long Now Foundation archives

The Edge

Yi-Tan Conversations

O'Reilly Media

GBN Book reviews


TED: 100 Web sites you should use







CIO http://www.cio.com

Forbes http://search.forbes.com/

HBR podcasts

Business Week http://search.businessweek.com/



Internet Archive Wayback Machine





Bartelby Dictionary.com

Online Etymology Dictionary

NYT Navigator

NYPL Style Guide


Oxymoron List

Quotations Directory

Fifty Writing Tools from Poynter

Writers Market

On Writing




1911 Britannica

History of Philosophy

Window: Philosophy

World of Science

Classical Music Archive



Graphics Tools & Resources

Flickr tag browser

Flickr Grabber

Flickr Toys


CSS3 colors
Color names
Web palette

Color chart
Color index


Snazzy colors


free stock photos
more free stock

Google images & ask


Pixer online photo editor

Bubble.us online brainstorming, mind mapping

Airtight Interactive beautiful display software


Image Chef

Sign Generators

Colorful Images to make physical stuff


video download

from You Tube








The Graphic Learning Gallery at Learning 2006


How to Transform an Organization with Visual Learning

See What I Mean, eLearning Magazine

Sight Mammals, T+D Magazine, 2002


Center for Visual Learning


Jay's old concept images

Visual Thinking school

Isabel Pedersen's amazing bibliography on visual thinkign



Understanding Marcel Duchamp

Powers Of 10


Viz Think







Dave Gray, Communications Nation


Brian Narrelle





Good learning blogs to know about

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

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.

Here’s a Pageflake summary of important eLearning blogs.

Jay maintains some collective feeds on his Flow page. And here’s a river view of learning news (handy if you’re eating a sandwich in front of your monitor).

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.

Clay Shepard, an astute, influential UK eLearning consultant..

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.

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

Harold Jarche is an independent consultant in Canada who blogs daily about learning design, open software, and practical approaches to informal learning.

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

Clark Quinn is a cognitive scientist, fan of learning games, bright bulb in mobile learning, and all-around clear thinker.



Top 10 TED Talks of all time

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



Alan Levine

Brian Lamb

Chris Anderson

D'Arcy Norman

Danah Boyd

Doc Searls

George Siemens

Gerrit Visser

Graham Attwell

Hugh Mcleod

I, Cringely

James Farmer

Joel Spolsky

Joichi Ito

Jon Udell

Juha-Matti Arola

Juhani Anttila

Jyri Engeström

Lawrence Lessig

Loic Le Meur

Marko Ahtisaari

Richard MacManus

Roberto Galoppini

Robin Good

Ross Mayfield

Scott Leslie

Seth Godin

Stephen Downes

Stowe Boyd

Teemu Leinonen

Tim O'Reilly










21st Century Collaborative

2¢ Worth

43 Folders

6C Learning

A Relationship Economy...With Whom & What

Accidental Pedagogy

Alister Cameron, Blogologist

Andy Beard

Andy Wibbels

Angela A Thomas

Anne Fox



Avant Game


Beth's Second Life


Big Dog, Little Dog

Blending the Best

blog of proximal development

Bryan Chapman

Bud the Teacher

Catalytic Conversations

Cathy Nelson's Professional Thoughts

Christopher D. Sessums

Clark Aldrich

Clive on Learning


Cool Cat Teacher

corporate elearning strategies and development

Creating Passionate Users

Creativity at Work

Dave's Whiteboard


Discovery through e-learning

Donald Clark Plan B

Donald H. Taylor

e e learning

e-Clippings (Learning As Art)

E-Learning Queen

Educational Discourse

elearning guild research

eLearning Moments

eLearning Slam

eLearning Technology

eLearning Weekly


Emma King

Epic Thinking

Escape from Cubicle Nation

Experiencing E-Learning

Flosse Posse

Full Circle Online Interaction

Gary Woodill

Google Blog

growing changing learning creating

Half an Hour

Harold Jarche

Helen Keegan

Helge Scherlund's eLearning news blog

Hey Jude

How to Change the World



In the Middle of the Curve


Informal Learning

Innovations in Learning Conference Blog

Interactive Multimedia Technology

Internet Time

Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day

Joan Vinall-Cox

Karl Kapp

Karyn's erratic learning journey

Kathy Schrock's Kaffeedlatsch

Ken Carroll

Learn Online


Learning and Technology

Learning Circuits

Learning Design and Performance Improvement

Learning Games

Learning Matters!

Learning Online Info

Learning Reflections

Learning Technologies

Learning Visions

Learning/Change/By Design


Live Laugh Learn Lead

Making Change

Mark Dowds


Mick's World of Learning

Mobile Technology in TAFE

Moving at the Speed of Creativity

News from Brandon Hall

Not So Distant Future

Now You Know blog


Performance Management

Periodic Fable

Richard Nantel

Robin Good

Scott's Workblog

Silke Fleischer

Social Tech

Stephen's Web

Teaching Generation Z

Tech Chick Tips



The Bamboo Project Blog

The Connected Classroom

The Power of Educational Technology

Tom Werner



Wally Larsen's Weblog


Will at Work Learning

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The sextet shares a few non-learning sites that may interest you.



Jon Husband's Wirearchy blog provides an alternate point of view on corporations, technology and organizational development. Jon's focus is on the "social architecture for the wired world".


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.


Robert 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.)


The Internet Archive Wayback Machine is 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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