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The blogging community got into a snit about whether it's moral to edit blog entries after they've been posted to the net. One camp thinks this akin to time travelers altering the course of history when they've gone back in time; it's a no-no. The other team figures it's better to correct typos, meaning, and anything else the author feels like; updating is a-okay. I've concluded that in spite of daily entries, my blog is neither a diary nor a journal of record.

My blog includes reference pages. These are the former static topic pages on learning, design, psychology, and the other fields I track. My Metrics & ROI page was the first to get a makeover into a blog entry. Another dozen pages are in various stages of production. One neat aspect of taking these pages into blogform: Visitors can comment.

This Friday, eLearning Forum meets to grapple with the convergence of KM and eLearning. I'll be interviewing Verna Allee to lay the foundation for the meeting. Verna's is a KM luminary. She uses "value networks" to get to the heart of organizational matters in record time. Her recent book, The Future of Knowledge, is a must-read. Oracle is hosting the meeting. Join us if you can.

I have designed a cell phone for nonprogrammers and those with vision problems. Less is more.

You may have heard me rant about how early eLearning tried to take the people out of learning. On August 26, 11:00 a.m. PDT/ 2:00 p.m. EDT, I plan to vent on how to put them back in with my pals Sam Adkins and Ashwani Sirohi. Our webinar on Personalized Learning is free. Internet Time Group is co-sponsor. We plan to chat about:
  • eLearning vs. "me-learning"
  • State-of-the-art personalization techniques
  • Ideas about how to personalize your firm's eLearning
  • Key issues to consider when working with your eLearning providers
  • Assessing what personalization could be worth to you

What aspect of personalized learning would you like us to cover? Drop a note to [email protected]

What's your take on personalized learning? Take our mercifully brief survey. You might be one of four people to win a free copy of Sam Adkin's latest report.

If you want to join us, sign up here.

Want to hear a joke? It's the campaign for governor out here. Reality trumps fiction.

Blogging for Dummies, a four-minute introduction to blogging by yours truly.

I saved the best for last.

The first edition of Sam Adkins' research on Workflow-Based Learning is complete. Most of my day was consumed updating our Center for Enterprise eLearning site. This weekend I put together a 25-page synopsis of what this is all about. It's a free download. Friends are already grabbing copies to see if their company is listed in the index.

Next week the family is taking off for a week's vacation in Toronto. I haven't been there since 1973. If you have any suggestions, drop me a note.


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