August 07, 2007

Read my mind

I've just spent a fast and furious hour making sure that my online bookmarks are ship-shape and ready for curious eyes to find their way around a little easier than before. I've not tidied them up in 18 months, so the time's not badly spent at all really, especially since it's helped me prepare for these three big forthcoming posts a little better.

You can always access every webpage I've ever found helpful in my thinking by clicking the "My Bookmarks" link in the "All About Ewan" section, on the right of this page. You could also become part of my del.icio.us network to have things pinged over to you if I think it might be of interest to you, just you, nobody else. Or, if you're not up for that, you could learn how to subscribe to my blog to get a daily rundown of the newest links I've saved delivered straight to your inbox.

And if you haven't really got a clue what I'm on about, then check out this 3-minute video which explains what online social bookmarking is all about:

Thanks, Robin.

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Hi Ewan,
nice job on the bookmarks. I find your daily list valuable.
Your readers might like to know they can subscribe to the deli.ico.us links 'for' them in a rss reader. They are easy (for me at least) to miss on the site, but I get them all now in my feed reader.
You might also like A Tasty Tumble (which you inspired he last time we met). It is my del.icio.us links remixed as a tumblelog.

This is so timely as I'll be doing a session with my undergrad class this evening on Social Bookmarking and Twitter...Building your Research Team...you rock!

I just watched a completely different video in your RSS feed? I was think have I missed something here, perhaps I don't understand social bookmarks, see URL below..
http://blip.tv/file/330643

Did anyone else see this video?


Nope - I've got the social bookmarks one. Weird.

Maybe Google Reader, good video, but aren't they always from Creative Commons.

I've had a draft post on Why your business may benefit from SB, this video will go nice with it thanks
Jamie

Hi,

maybe you would like also this website that gives a infoviz style representation of your delicious accout. it is called 6pli you can see a test with mine here
http://www.6pli.com/jeanbaptisteparis

cheers,
j*b

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Ewan McIntosh is a teacher, speaker and investor, regarded as one of Europe’s foremost experts in digital media for public services.

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