Same old, same old I never post my updates on there, that’s what this site and my Mastodon feed are for. If I really thought there was any value in it I would post links ‘over there’ to selected posts ‘over here’. When it first started, the idea of tracking your own professional network, and seeing “who knew whom” was something of a winner, but the inevitable swamping in “social” features, adverts, algorithmically-driven content and posts written by marketing people has made it pretty much useless, a source of irritating noise.
And summer’s lease hath all too short a date
Yet another brief and partial attempt to make sense of the current AI debate
Get back in the writing saddle somehow…
A summary of my experience with the Personal Knowledge Mastery course from @email@example.com, and my next steps
Documenting my current process for narrating my own and my team’s work, and directions I might develop it.
An experimental guide to make the Mastodon timeline both rewarding and useful
Exploring the behaviour of people who act as ‘connectors’, steered by @firstname.lastname@example.org, with some tools by @email@example.com
To improve knowledge work @firstname.lastname@example.org is right about meetings, but what about communities and networks? More evidence is needed.
How can meetings better support collective learning?