Thanks to Guy Kawasaki I just signed up to Posterous. It’s a pretty good idea, the site allows you to email in text, documents, music, images or video which it then posts up onto a blog. What’s more it can then cross post the new blog onto twitter, flickr, wordpress etc. It seems to work […]
Yesterday a friend pointed me at blippr.com, a new (I assume!) site that seems to merge twitter like short comments with reviews of books, music, movies and games. As a format it works really well, you just search for whatever movie you want to see reviews for and browse through the results. Overall ratings are […]
A few people have been tweeting about twistory today and I really love it, what a great idea! It pulls data from summize to scroll through tweets with the words Love, Hate, Think, Believe, Feel and Wish. One of those things you have to see to appreciate, full fantastic none the less.
Yesterday I had an interesting training session on the British Computer Societies Skills Framework for the Information Age. For those not aware of it, SFIA (pronounced Sophia) is a standardised framework for identifying IT relates skills and expertise. The idea is that once you have standardised way if identifying skills and then measuring levels of […]