Posted by danzinde on August 8, 2008
…probably many of you know the yahoo’s social bookmarking site del.icio.us is now re-designed in its look and feel. del.icio.us is now moved to standard url delicious.com
But when I read Delicious 2.0 Who bookmarks any more I just wondered as we are so much addicted to revert to google for search, how useful it would be to customize Google search on my delicious bookmarks.
It took me just a few minutes to quickly setup google custom search of my delicious bookmark.
The steps i followed is rather simple even my mom would claim no difficulty. (well i ‘ve made her computer savvy 😉 )
- Exported delicious bookmark saved it to my desktop (an html)
- Composed an email to post[at]posterous.com from my gmail
- Send email with delicious bookmark (html file) as attachment
- In an eye blick i got email back from Postereous with one link to my delicious bookmark
- Used this link in google custom search using their wizard
Cheers!!!!… here is the result
Posted in SearchTecniques, Semantic Ideas, Web 2.0 | Tagged: delicious | 1 Comment »
Posted by danzinde on March 19, 2008
Drop.io allows you to drop files, notes, voice in your drop box. A useful service to drop your things or ask someone to drop things and pickup or ask someone to pickup. You/anyone can add your files, notes, voice, photos etc. using the email, phone and web. small [demo]
A private place for exchanging photos, video, audio, notes, docs, and more. Each is accessible only to those whom you tell exactly where to look. No signup and no account.
Add to each drop via:
- the web (drop.io/thedropname)
- email (email@example.com)
- phone (646-XXX-XXXX ext. XXXXX)
- privately sharing pictures & video
- transferring files to yourself
- sharing documents with co-workers
- creating ‘instant’ collaboration space
- posting your resume privately
if you want to drop me some files, photos, vidoes, links just do it : My Drop Box
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Posted by danzinde on June 28, 2007
The use of internet has revolutionized over a decade with the new trends of social networking, blogging and realizations of semantic web vision. By putting all these together we say web is now changing to Web 2.0. As the web grows to Web 2.0, so does my curiosity in Learning Technology, I wondered how this influences the learning behavior of people, who are getting more self organized, socially dynamic and active participants in web revolution both technically and socially. I started looking for current trends in e-learning in the tag-cloud of web 2.0, and happen to find an interesting talk-slide about the emerging concept of E-Learning 2.0 by Stephen Downes. Read his concise and well written article [here] from eLearn Magazine.
see below his complete talk slides, truly focusing on the future trends of e-learning.
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