Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Derek's Blog: Should all learning professionals be blogging?

Derek Wenmoth from New Zealand has pointed me (through Bloglines) to a very interesting post on blogging as a professional. The question is Should all learning professionals be blogging?: "The Learning Circuits Blog has posted a Big Question for October which is 'Should all learning professionals be blogging?'. "
I can only agree with the reasons he sums up. For example "it's helped me establish a discipline of recording some of the ideas, thoughts, references and tips that I come across in my daily work."
Just go to his weblog, and ask yourself why you don't have a weblog yet!

Monday, October 09, 2006

10 Things That Will Make Or Break Your Website

I am certainly not the first to higlight this excellent weblog by a company called auinteractive, which is run by guy called Markus (that's all I get from his website/log). He sums up 10 Things That Will Make Or Break Your Website. Really some excellent stuff we all should be much more aware of! Most of the this top 10 is like reading the things that make up Web 2.0. For example: EASY is the most important feature of any website, web app, or program. (Make the website easy to use. Then make it easier.) or Open up your data as much possible.