Category Archives: Informal Learning

Be helpful

Chris Brogan recently wrote an excellent post about why community really matters.  And then  Valeria Maltoni waded in that ‘being helpful’ should be ‘the new black’.   If you’re in Melbourne on the 22nd and 23rd September, you can catch my … Continue reading

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Why Wilfing is good for you

The recent survey commissioned by Britain’s YouGov for moneysupermarkets.com  about wilfing was widely reported and threw a lot of people into soul-searching about what appears to be a national pastime.   More than two-thirds of the 33.7 million internet users in the … Continue reading

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The Knowledge Game is only just starting

When you find yourself one of over 2,000 participants from 93 countries packing Online Educa in Berlin, the first sensation is one of chaos and deja’ vu.  People rushing from one forum to another, crowds around the exhibitor stands, the usual mobile phone … Continue reading

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