November 30, 2009

November 30th Stream

Filed under: Lifestream — tsladmin @ 11:00 pm
twitter (feed #3)
@griffey good luck. consensus at #ALA is that it takes 6 weeks to get rid of the cough (I can personally attest to this, too) [shifted]
delicious (feed #4)

"Participation – Degree of Resonance in the Co-Creative Community"

delicious (feed #4)

"One of the points that this text argues hardest about is the need to reform peer review for the digital age, insisting that peer review will be a more productive, more helpful, more transparent, and more effective process if conducted in the open. And so here’s the text, practicing what it preaches, available online for open review." – new version of CommentPress

delicious (feed #4)

"Here you can select the List, customize it’s settings, appearance, and dimensions. Click Finish & Grab Code after you’re done to get the script that you can embed on your blog or website. It looks cool on blog sidebars…. On the Twitter Lists to RSS webpage, enter the URL of your Twitter List, and it will generate an RSS feed for you."

delicious (feed #4)

"This video was taken from a simulcast of a public forum designed to open discussion in the Philadelphia area to educators, parents, researchers, students, and community members about the potential of learning through engagement with digital media…. The forum brought together experts in digital media and learning to share their research and experiences using digital media in and outside of the classroom. "

delicious (feed #4)

"The PowerPoint Twitter Tools prototypes are now available. Created using SAP BusinessObjects Xcelsius (but requiring only PowerPoint for Windows and Adobe Flash to run), the twitter tools allow presenters to see and react to tweets in real-time, embedded directly within their presentations, either as a ticker or refreshable comment page.
There are currently eight tools – you can easily cut and paste them into your own powerpoint decks:
* PowerPoint Twitter feedback slides
* PowerPoint Twitter ticker bar
* PowerPoint Twitter voting — bar charts and pie chart
* PowerPoint Mood meter
* PowerPoint Crowd meter
* PowerPoint Zoom text
* PowerPoint Twitter update bar
* PowerPoint AutoTweet"

twitter (feed #3)
@kishizuka maybe. I haven’t looked at email since wednesday so am still digging out. will let you know – thx. [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
geek moment of zen: my #freehands (with liners) arrived just in time for winter and they. are. awesome. [shifted]
flickr (feed #5)
Shared cha-ching.
delicious (feed #4)
Shared Ceton Corp..

"The Ceton Multi-Channel Cable TV Card enables Media Center PCs to play or record up to six live channels of HDTV at once and stream live HD channels or recordings to multiple HDTVs throughout the home, all from a single cable connection. With Ceton you finally have a solution to transform your Media Center PC into a complete entertainment platform for all your media – even encrypted cable TV – with terabytes of storage. "

delicious (feed #4)

"You wont find a better media center than the open-source XBMC, but most people dont have the space or desire to plug a noisy PC into their TV. Instead, I converted a cheap nettop into a standalone XBMC set-top box. Heres how.
In the spirit of our Winter Upgrades theme this week, this guide details how to turn a cheapo nettop (think netbook for the desktop) into a killer settop box running XBMC. It handles virtually any video file I throw at it with ease (including streaming Blu-Ray rips from my desktop), it looks tiny next to my Xbox 360, its low energy, and its whisper quiet."

delicious (feed #4)

"Externally, these new SE115s share the exact same body and ear cushion options as the SE110s so the comfort factor is identical. The black pair has gold logos instead of silver, and if youre more daring, they also come in red, blue and pink. They both have the same breakaway cable, so you can add the original cellphone-mic extension if you so choose. The lightweight and foam-covered, in-canal drivers have never been a problem for me, but again, it all comes down to personal preference. In any case, at $100, I cant help but champion the SE115s as the best relatively affordable headphones at the moment."

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