From Tim O’Reilly, stolen from flickr / ambivalence0 Someone pointed out that Web 2.0 is dead. I wouldn’t argue like Zeldman. I think it is more important that we focus on the behaviorial democratization of the web than the specific technology that are used to characterize this change. It’s fundamental, and it is important. Right?
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Happy Chinese New Year! A short take on e-learning with focus on tangible steps in creating a virtual ecosystem As the pilot phase of smart schools in Malaysia come to an end, we have not seen a post -mortem on the implementation or any success stories so far. I bet the public would wished to [...]
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