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Links 1 through 10 of 70 by Karen Huffman tagged 2008

"'IT consumerization' is one of the more unwieldy buzzwords to come down the pike in some time, which is a shame, because there's definitely something to it. Here's a look at three factors that contribute to the IT consumerization trend, and at what this trend may mean for the future of how we work." by John Stokes. Consumers (B2C) are driving organizational change (B2B).

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"A pioneer in research on play, Dr. Stuart Brown says humor, games, roughhousing, flirtation and fantasy are more than just fun. Plenty of play in childhood makes for happy, smart adults -- and keeping it up can make us smarter at any age." Source: Video on TED.com (Technology, Entertainment, & Design).

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Jane Hart's top 100 tools for learning in 2008. Compiled from the contributions of 250+ learning professionals. Also includes a video presentation and top 20 list.

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Shared in CUA class by Nathan Mueller. 21st century U.S. stimulus plan to reduce the digital divide: "Promoting the deployment of a national, forward-looking broadband infrastructure will provide substantial short-term and long-term economic benefits. This deployment effort will immediately create tens of thousands of new jobs in the telecommunications, manufacturing and high-tech sectors. In turn, a new, world-class broadband infrastructure will spark the creation of millions more jobs in nearly every economic sector connected to technology and communications." Source: Free Press

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List of people "in the know" of Knowledge Management field. Source: LawyerKM. Application: WordPress

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Social networking and other Web 2.0 technologies led the social whirl of the information industry. Publishers and librarians tried to keep their products and services relevant by mixing authoritative content with user involvement, but that wasn't enough. Enhancing interfaces, adding new forms of content, and making strategic acquisitions—all are necessary to ensure that the information industry party continues. Source: Library Journal

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