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Nervous Excitement

This was written in the honeymoon phase of starting to university. I was still that keen straight A student who was completely focused on getting into the nitty gritty of studying. 540 more words

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Identity Take 1

Back when we started the shared blog on Tumblr, we decided that the readers should get to know us before we started writing. One of the girls tasked us with writing a little blerb about ourselves at the time for our first post. 303 more words

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Social DRM

Posted April 24th, 2009

The other day I bought a book for my Sony PRS 700 digital reader.
And I was so delighted when I realised that  544 more words

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ITLET – Culture, Language and Individual Needs

PUBLISHED: May 7th, 2009

At its Wellington NZ March 2009 meetings, ISO/IEC JTC1/SC36/WG7 agreed to this new title and the following scope:

IT-related standardisation in support of diverse cultures, languages and individual needs in the field of learning, education and training, and its supporting technologies.

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Generations of web and accessibility

PUBLISHED: June 11th, 2009

The web have passed several generations of use and usage during the last 10-15 years. And as the web have evolved so have the expectations to what we use and can do on the web as mainstream. 795 more words

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Book on web – need for a new paradigm

PUBLISHED: June 22nd, 2009

The current metaphor is book on web, most national and international projects are about on-line content development as an alternative to the text book. 336 more words

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Position paper to CETIS Future of Interoperability Standards Meeting 2010

PUBLISHED: January 5th, 2010

This is my position paper for the CETIS – Future of Interoperability Standards Meeting 2010

Development of standards

There is a difference in developing a specification for a small community, and to develop a standard/specification with a global community. 914 more words

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