I wonder if anyone over there notices the self-reference.
I am pretty proud of my new handcrafted and color-coded Tumblelog/Blog-theme. Coupled with a quick post bookmarklet this works like a charm.
Article on how to configure WordPress to grab content from outside feeds and have that data displayed on your WordPress-powered tumblelog.
Working on a revamped blog-design. This one will be more lifestream-oriented.
At the moment I am revising the theme and structure of this blog. If it looks wonky, behaves irrationally or just plain looks weird, this might be the cause. Please bear with me and my design and programming skills, it will work out soon.
Hopefully soon, I might add.
- It seems i am no longer able to sleep in on sundays. Allowed me to catch almost the thickest fog ever this morning. #
- Finished The Crying of Lot 49 yesterday. Not yet sure what to make of it & wondering which Thomas Pynchon novel i should tackle next. #
- Back from Innsbruck where I signed the work contract for a great job. I guess it is time to revamp my blog and cancel my open applications. #
Miscellaneous Links For 2009-07-11:
- Notes on Designing a Good User Interface
- UI Pattern Documentation Review
- 15 Effective Tools for Visual Knowledge Management
- It’s official: boring powerpoint decks are better
- Open Source Web Design
- Laddering: A Research Interview Technique for Uncovering Core Values
- Are user stories an alternative to (smart) use cases?
- On knowledge management measurement
- 8 Ways to Increase User Adoption of ECM and ERM systems
- Social Media ROI: Dell’s $3m on Twitter and Four Better Examples
- Build your own community or go where people already are?
- 8 Things To Know About Selling Document Management to Small Businesses
- How to Avoid Extinction as a Technical Communicator
- Web 2.0 Architectures: What Entrepreneurs and Architects Need to Know
- The Seven Deadly Sins of Online Community Management
- Pico – Personal Information Cockpit
- Social Media in Germany: 5 Years Behind – Still Lots to Learn
If you can handle some academical ranting, this quite long article deals with the vagueness that is inherent in Knowledge Management theory and practices:
Finally, these bookmarklets make web browsing much, much easier:
Intranet links for 2009-07-08:
- Intranet 2.0 Becomes Mandatory
- How to Implement a Best in Class Intranet 2.0 Site
- Adopt Intranet 2.0 or risk failure
- Winning Support For Your Intranet / Intranet 2.0 Initiatives
- Will social media kill off the intranet in years to come?
- The Lean Intranet: from Intranet Zero to Intranet 2.0 and beyond
Some more non-Intranet 2.0 links:
Sunday links for 2009-07-05:
- A Kid’s Experience Replacing His iPod with a Walkman
- Space Suits Past and Future: Interview with a Space Suit Designer
- Video Game Classics: The Making Of Pitfall!
- Neuroanthropology and the Contemporary Culture of Entertainment
- Morality: Stephen King’s All-New Story of Recession
- Great Geek Debates: Kirk vs. Picard
- DROIDMAKER book as a free download
- MIT Visualizing Culture – Image Driven Scholarship
- The Madoff Chronicles: What the Secretary Saw
- Previously On: Prime Time Serials and the Mechanics of Memory
- New perspective on EVE Online’s latest bank embezzlement
- NCBI ROFL: Scientific Papers about funny topics
- Reflection’s Edge: The E-Zine for Thoughtful Readers & Writers
- Arduino based Office-WTF-Counter
Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-07-04:
- Summer pleasures: It’s really heating up in our apartment. I guess it’s time to dust off the cooling fan in the attic. #
- Suddenly, Austria has a nice ring to it. #
- Those lids on take-away coffee cups can be nasty little buggers. The stains on my shirt are proof. #
- Went to see Drag Me To Hell yesterday. Sam Raimi can still deliver the scares. #
- Is there a laptop that, resting on your legs, does not heat up to the point of being intolerable? #