I wonder what software powers this terse discussion linkblog.
The modus operandi looks useful as a means of sharing links in small
groups with shared context (i.e., coworkers). Are they feeding an IRC log into a nicely permalinked, archived weblog?
Cluster/Team: Communications-Web Cluster/Knowledge and Community Management Team Coach: David Gammel
The purpose of this position is to manage ASHAâ€™s knowledge
management infrastructure as well as assist in the overall development
of the program in conjunction with the Knowledge and Community
Among the required skills I see:
Advanced knowledge of search engines, weblogs, content management, and other related web publishing technologies
I'm letting it pass as I already have a job, but I know I'd look
forward to working with someone as clueful as David. Respond by noon,
JimMcgee'sMusings and Liz Lawley'sMamamusings
had simultaneous birthdays (2 and 1, respectively) on October 22nd!
Congrats - it's great to have you both around, and your writing is as
enjoyable as it ever was! Speaking of Liz, she and a crew of top-notch
women bloggers have recently started Misbehaving.net,
a group weblog on women and technology. I'm sure this presence will
help accelerate the involvement of women in technology use and
And Jacques Distler's Musings
turned one on October 13th. Perhaps surprisingly given that the Web was
started by a bunch of particle physicists, physics researchers remain a
hard find in blogspace, so I think Jacques should be commended for
keeping his blog up - especially after characterizing the activity as a
tremendous waste of time
three months into the experience! He's been hacking quite a bit, too.
His blog is one of the only ones out there where you'll find nicely
formatted equations. Hovering around his links list in the sidebar is
quite interesting, too - try it.