My new favorite YouTube channel – Veritasium http://youtu.be/OWXoRSIxyIU
And this is a Decision Model Primer Decision Model Live Primer.
Lists things like Netflix and various cloud services that are not available in Canada
Was acquired recently by Microsoft. Maybe it could completely replace Sharepoint?
Another interesting (but are they useful?) information consolidator is Scoop.it. It allows the user to set up a newspaper style layout that allows text and images. It is focused along a user curating on a topic. Is it like Squidoo perhaps?
Here’s one on “Dynamics of Social Interaction” called Social Foraging Social Foraging | Scoop.it.
Email is still the standard communications channel for most people I know.
I’ve ranted about this elsewhere recently in a discussion on collaborative tools. It seems to me that despite the proliferation of social media and collaboration tools, a lot of communications are done via email. Whether it is blog or discussion summaries, or sharing files, many people say, “send it to me by email”. At least this is what I experience.
But my 18 year old son, is not so email-centric. His communication channel of choice is SMS from his phone or online texting, I think, not talking on the phone or composing or reading emails or blogs. I should ask him what he thinks about email.
That is sort of why I started this SoManySites blog in the first place – there were so many sites that I had to visit every day. I started looking for a “site consolidator” See the post https://somanysites.com/2012/02/16/14-personalized-homepages-compared-feature-by-feature/ but still, none of them do what I want, which is to collect all of my communications in one place.
Email seems to be the great consolidator – most people’s main channel for information.
So, for those of you who want to follow my blog by email, just click on “Follow” on the top of the WordPress menu bar at the top of the blog. But I’m not sure that anyone wants a feed of my wanderings through cyberspace…. so you can also set the Email Delivery Settings to only get a summary daily or weekly.