"How this works?
It's simple... together we are tweeting a story.
Do you want to co-create this experiment? It's simple, just reply at @storytweeting via twitter, and your part of the story is added!"
Not all might agree here. But sure great material for discussion.
ppl set themselves goals and document them and the steps on video
Excellent concept: "Today, right now, your contribution is worth 5% of the company and my creation of the company is worth 5%. The other 90% is based on what each of us does over the next 18 months. Here's a list of what has to get done, and what we agree it's worth..."
"Metrical markup done manually demands an enormous effort of time. Wouldn’t it be smart to let computers do the work automatically – and would that be possible? The answer is »Yes«. The following text describes how automatic metrical markup for stressed and unstressed syllables in German verse text can be achieved on the bases of theoretical postulations and their methodical realization." via hor.de
Bookmark to Krumlr and tweet to Twitter
with a single click (no copying or pasting URLs).
So, habe auch beim Twitter-Lyrik-Wetbewerb mitgemacht. das Gedicht ist... Jahrzehnte alt beinahe ;)
This application creates a short, easy to remember personal web address to take people directly to your facebook profile, so you can share the link with other people, post it on forums, show it on your myspace page or print it on your business cards.
Anyone will be able to use a link like this to go direct to your facebook profile:
Or for facebook business/artist/political pages you could choose one of these:
http://artist.to/AnyNameYouChoose/ http://companies.to/AnyNameYouChoose/ http://facebook.dj/AnyNameYouChoose/
"" the Ontology Add-in for Microsoft Office Word 2007 that will enable authors to easily add scientific hyperlinks as semantic annotations, drawn from ontologies, to their documents and research papers. Ontologies are shared vocabularies created and maintained by different academic domains to model their fields of study.
(...) Science Commons, a division of Creative Commons, is incubating the adoption of semantic scientific publishing through creation of a robust database of ontologies (http://neurocommons.org) and development of supporting technical standards and code. Microsoft Research has built a technology bridge to enable the link between Microsoft Office Word 2007 and these ontologies.
Niot all might agree that the tipps listed here are recommendabe. so if you see somwething Google it first and check what twittereres think about it.
links for 2009-03-20
Eingestellt von oliverg um 10:02