Blogging And Learning From One’s Peers

One of the aims of this blog was to explore best practices for setting up and sustaining blogs within the educational and cultural heritage sectors and to share experiences across these sectors. Of course I myself learn from observing successful blogs published by...

Data Available For IWMW 2007 Competition

This year’s Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW 2007), the eleventh in the series, will be held at the University of York on 16-18th July. We always aim to make this event, which is aimed at members of institutional Web management teams, very...

Something IS Going On With Facebook!

“Something is going on with Facebook” commented John Kirriemuir yesterday in response to my “Death Of Email Debate Continues in Facebook” post. Well he was right. A post published in a Guardian blog today entitled “Why Facebook is the new...

Death Of Email Debate Continues in Facebook

On Friday I received several email invitations from people wishing to add me to their list of Facebook contacts. It struck me that this must be due to someone promoting the benefits of Facebook within the IT Services and Web research communities (these being the...

W4A 2007

About The W4A 2007 Conference I recently attended the W4A 2007 conference (the 4th International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility), which was held in Banff, Canada prior to the International World Wide Web 2007 conference (WWW 2007) which I have...