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Tag Archives: Alan-Levine
Before I start on this post, I want to note that I am writing it in the Bleezer offline blogging client found via D’Arcy. This little freeware application is just a couple of months old and it already rivals much … Continue reading
Alan Levine, Eric Feinblatt and I were talking over Skype recently about a project that Eric and I are working on (the details of which are soon to be announced) when Alan decided to do an impromptu interview of us … Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to blog about fac.etio.us but Alan beat me to it. Basically, facetious allows you to create what amounts to a pivot table out of folksonomy-tagged web pages. This is a better solution than creating faceted single tags … Continue reading
Alan Levine has posted an account of how a chemistry teacher is using del.icio.us tags to have her students gather related resources for her chemistry class. This is directly relevant to a recent conversation here on e-Literate. Good stuff.
Reader Alan Levine (of MLX and cogdogblog fame) writes in with this tip regarding Blogger sites with no visible syndication links: I commented to James, but all of the Blogger.com sites, e.g. http://yanknowwhat.blogspot.com actually have fully functional RSS feeds- the … Continue reading