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Extelligence2010.pdf (application/pdf Object) Taxonomy Books, Articles, and Reports. Typologies and Taxonomies : An Introduction to Classification Techniques (Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences), by Kenneth D. Bailey (www.amazon.com) Sorting Things Out: Classification and Its Consequences, by Geoffrey C. Bowker, Susan Leigh Star (www.amazon.com) Organising Knowledge, Taxonomies, Knowledge and Organizational Effectiveness, by Patrick Lambe (www.amazon.com) Information Architecture for the World Wide Web, by Peter Morville and Louis Rosenfeld (www.amazon.com) Knowledge Representation: Logical, Philosophical, and Computational Foundations , by John F.

Sowa (www.amazon.com) The Intellectual Foundation of Information Organization (Digital Libraries and Electronic Publishing), by Elaine Svenonius (www.amazon.com) The Organization of Information : Second Edition (Library and Information Science Text Series), by Arlene G. Taxonomies: Frameworks for Corporate Knowledge, by Jan Wyllie (www.ark-group.com) Articles A Metadata Primer, by Tony Byrne, CMS Watch. Reports Websites. Open Intelligence. Economics | 14.15J Networks, Fall 2009 | Lecture Notes. Teach Parents Tech. Texting Acronyms and NetLingo: A Guide for Baby Boomers | Boomer GrandParents. To save time and finger movement, our kids and grandchildren use acronyms when they text message one another. It’s important to understand this, because if you’ve ever seen a text message from a youngster you may be thinking they have a “special” language.

They do. The deal is, if you or your adult children (their parents) are not hip to their special language, you may be missing out on some valuable information regarding what’s going on in their lives. Safety Web offers some good advice on keeping abreast of what your kids are texting. I’ve written about SafetyWeb before, this is the link: BoomerGrandparents.com/SafetyWeb There is actually a website called NetLingo which is a fabulous resource for all things in regard to texting . This is another one of those “I’m so glad I didn’t have to worry about this stuff” situations. This is a link to one of Net Lingo’s lists you should definitely take a look at and forward it to your grown kids for their chidlren: Blog iPhone app Pocket Dictionary. 4 Innovative Social Good Campaigns for Education. The Education Tech Series is supported by Dell The Power To Do More, where you'll find perspectives, trends and stories that inspire Dell to create technology solutions that work harder for its customers so they can do and achieve more.

Non-profit organizations and passionate individuals have found a slew of creative ways to leverage social media and the Internet to make the world a better place. Online campaigns help provide clean drinking water, food and malaria-preventing bed nets to people who need them. Creative uses of the web are helping to provide and enhance education. These four projects, for instance, found innovative ways to help build schools through digital campaigns. 1. Epic Change has become a model for raising money using social media. The organization also launched To Mama With Love, a website where users can make a donation by creating a “heart space” for a mother they care about. 2. 3.

The first auction in September raised $531,640.25. 4.