28.6.07

2 years! / 2 anni!

my blog has been around for the last two years...
this is message n. 380...

Google 2084

Google as big brother: "Op-Art" by Randy Siegel from NY Times (10.10.2005)

27.6.07

Interruptions

Literature about human interruption addresses this design problem from the following different perspectives: (1) psychology of human interruption; (2) technologies for improving the quality of interruption generation; (3) HCI methods for brokering interruptions; (4) the effects of interruptions in work settings; and (5) case studies describing the results of introducing technologies into the workplace in an attempt to improve coordination performance >>>

26.6.07

The eGovernment Observatory has now become eGovernment Practice

After serving the European eGovernment community for five years with a dedicated section on the IDABC website, the eGovernment Observatory is pleased to announce that it has now become the eGovernment Practice, a new generation portal with broader scope and enhanced features.
The new eGovernment Practice portal results from a merger between the Observatory, the Good Practice Framework and the European eGovernment Awards. By joining forces on a single portal, all entities now offer a service that is tailored to your needs and interests as an eGovernment, eInclusion or eHealth practitioner >>>

Social Networking Reaches Near Full Penetration Among Teens and 'Tweens

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- A whopping 96% of online tweens and teens connect to a social network at least once a week, according to a study and white paper being released today [25 june 2007] from Alloy Media & Marketing, a youth-oriented marketing firm. And nearly half engaged with a brand in the space in the past month >>>

Helpdesk medievale

piacevole e istruttivo:

22.6.07

sintesi di due lezioni sull'eLearning

Riassunto video di una lezione di eLearning presso l'Università della Svizzera italiana di Lugano, realizzato da Giorgio Bottani.
Prima parte:



Seconda parte:

THREE QUARTERS OF U.S. ONLINE ADULTS LISTEN TO AUDIO ON HOME COMPUTERS

Seventy-two percent of online adults in the U.S. are using their home computers to listen to audio content, according to a new study by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. Computer-Sourced Audio Consumption in the Home reveals that rapid penetration of the PC in U.S. households (now estimated at 82 percent) has more and more consumers looking to their home computer instead of their TV, DVD player or CD player for a home audio experience >>>

21.6.07

carbonite

a very interesting background backup software, worth a try! >>>

20.6.07

19.6.07

The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning

Vol. 8, No. 2, of the International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, about mobile learning, is now online >>>

18.6.07

Scarborough Newspaper Audience Ratings Report

The Scarborough Newspaper Audience Ratings Report provides single-source print, website and Integrated Newspaper Audience (the combined print and online weekly audiences) ratings for 135 newspapers across 74 DMAs measured by Scarborough.
View the full report including the free data and further analyses in this PDF file.

16.6.07

Second Life, formazione e non profit

intervengo a questo evento, che avrà luogo martedì 19 giugno, alle ore 18.00, nell'aula A11 del Campus di Lugano: >>> / >>> / >>>

13.6.07

Writing Technologies

Writing Technologies is an online peer-reviewed journal which publishes research on the relationship between technology and textuality. It focuses on the place of technology in both established and emerging fiction, assesses recent critical and theoretical debates about writing’s technological locations, and explores the forms of literary innovation that are made possible by new modes of articulation. The journal is published on a biannual basis >>>

International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

the new issue >>>

11.6.07

Global Use and Attitudes Towards Web Analytics

a report issue in March 2007 >>>

7.6.07

INTERNET ADVERTISING REVENUES SOAR AGAIN, NEAR $5 BILLION IN Q1 07

New York, NY (June 6, 2007) – The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) today announced that Internet advertising revenues reached a new record of $4.9 billion for the first quarter of 2007. The 2007 first quarter revenues represent a 26 percent increase over Q1 2006 at $3.8 billion and a 2 percent increase over Q4 2006 at $4.8 billion >>>

6.6.07

Google Keeps Tweaking Its Search Engine

nytimes, By SAUL HANSELL, Published: June 3, 2007 >>>

TNS Media Intelligence Reports U.S. Advertising Expenditures

while the overall figures are decreasing 0.3% in First Quarter 2007, internet data are increasing 16.7% >>>

Ask.com Launches Major Updates

by searchenginewatch >>>

5.6.07

una mappa del futuro della formazione

è disponibile la traduzione italiana parziale della "Map of Future Forces Affecting Education: 2006-2016"; tra le tante proposte, mi sembra assai interessante >>>

2.6.07

Last.fm, CBS’ $280 million hedge for its radio biz?

by GigaOmniMedia >>>

Mapa Visual de la Web 2.0

veramente interessante (in lingua spagnola) >>>
me lo ha segnalato il professor José Luis Orihuela, con cui oggi ho tenuto un seminario sul futuro del web presso l'Università Pontificia della Santa Croce (Roma). Orihuela è autore del blog eCuaderno, tra i più visitati in Spagna e a livello mondiale >>>