Janiece: “Is Jay Cross there?”
“Does he know you?”
Janiece: “This is a courtesy call from SBC, your phone company.”
“Okay, this is Jay.”
Janiece: “We just wanted to know when you were going to pay your bill so that we don’t have to send you a disconnect notice.”
“How overdue Continue reading One ringy dingy
eulogy and epitaph
now under water
no trombones today
beignets at cafe du monde
street bands in front of the cathedral
the first apartment building in america
andy jackson on a pedestal
the lovely bookshop on pirates alley
where william faulkner lived
no fortune tellers
they Continue reading Adieu, nouvelles orleans
Blogday, tomorrow, August 31st.
For one long moment on August 31st, bloggers from all over the world will post recommendations of 5 new Blogs, preferably Blogs that are different from their own culture, point of view and attitude. On this day, blog surfers will find themselves leaping around and Continue reading Blogday
Volume 44 Number 8 September 2005
In Her Own Words: Gloria Gery on Performance
by Tony O’Driscoll and Jay Cross
Fortunate are we who have been inspired by a true visionary. Gloria Gery profoundly shaped the beliefs and work practice us both. As Gloria moves on to developing schools in Continue reading Gloria Gery
Google is simply amazing. Prime the pump for raising another round of capital from the market by releasing not one, but two, slick products. Offer them for free to insure rapid adoption. Google Sidebar is a near killer app. The individual pieces are nothing new; I’m already running most of them in Continue reading Google Sidebar sizzle
This morning I was looking around the web in search of public domain images. I started with Wikipedia and soon found myself touring luscious museum sites.
Web Museum, Paris
Wikipedia says “Note: Accurate photographs of visual artworks lack expressive content and are automatically Continue reading In vitro digitalization
This in the on-line doorway to the Internet Time Conference Center. Groups of us have been meeting here to discuss informal learning. I’ve wanted something like this for a long time. The room is persistent; that is, it’s open 24/7. I may set up office hours. If you see me on the webcam, let’s chat.
I’ve Continue reading Internet Time Conference Center
Good heavens, the stuff one finds on the net these days. Following a link from Stephen Downes, I ended up at the Command and Control Research Program from The Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Networks and Information Integration (OASD-NII). Things have sure changed since this sort of discussion Continue reading Shock and awe!
Less than an hour ago Google released a free service that mimics a combination of Skype and IM. Installation is ridiculously easy. Click here. Then click the downloaded file. You’re in business. A box like this appears on your desktop: