Malleable Musings

December 28, 2008

What I’m reading….

Filed under: RSS Feeds, Social Bookmarking, Yahoo Pipes — Brendan @ 7:36 pm

Over the holiday period I started thinking about how I will use this blog, my iPhone and Twitter (which I think I probably want to explore in more detail). One of these thoughts led me to update the site theme and add RSS feeds of some of my Twitter updates.

I’ve tidied the feeds up through Yahoo Pipes so that I can filter out the Twitter updates that I’m interesting in displaying and so that they link back to the original thing I was talking about rather than to my Twitter update.

The first example is the RSS feed of what I’m reading which should be on the right hand side.

The rest of this post contains a couple of items that were on a separate What I am reading page mid December. Eventually I’ll probably work through and delete or replace these:

http://reiboldt.com/?p=344

http://www.idp.com/research/database_of_research.aspx

http://chronicle.com/wiredcampus/article/3522/not-so-smart-ii-the-internet-doesnt-work-so-well

http://kdpaine.blogs.com/themeasurementstandard/2008/12/soc.html added 10.12.08

Techcrunch article about Paulo Coelho, Facebook and MySpace added 9.12.08

Pages that I feel I need to comment on:
http://www.distance-learning-mba-programs.com/ and http://www.fast4education.org/business/distance-learning-mba-ranking/

Postscript: Thinking about this some more – why not use delicious or Digg – it’s probably more sensible.

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