Tag Archives: Alan-Levine

Web 2.0 for Tracking Web 2.0

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) 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 … Continue reading

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I've Been Skyped

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) 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 … Continue reading

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Faceted Folksonomies

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) 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 … Continue reading

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cogdogblog: Chemistry Students Building Delicious Link Collections

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) 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 … Continue reading

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More on RSS, the Power Law, and Blogger Sites

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) 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 … Continue reading

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