Mahalo.com: Human-powered Search
This is particularly interesting with Knol becoming public: “Mahalo is a human-powered search engine that creates organized, comprehensive, and spam free search results.” Students can contribute via the Green House.
Blogger Buzz: Introducing Knol
The official Blogger Buzz blog compares Blogging to writing a knol. “Blogs are great for quickly and easily getting your latest writing out to your readers, while knols are better for when you want to write an authoritative article on a single topic.”
edtechlife – Classroom 2.0
I debated starting my own Ning or Google Group for workshop attendees, but figure it will be better for them to join an established network, so I’ve created a group in Classroom 2.0.
This isn’t breaking news, but I haven’t linked to it here yet… and I can’t believe there’s only 100 members on a global scale. This service from James Farmer seems to one-up teachertube. Upload and share educational videos online!
edtechlife | Google Groups
For what it’s worth, I’ve also created a Google Group for edtechlife. I’m not sure how or when I’ll use this or the Classroom 2.0 group, but perhaps this one can serve as a list-serv. Comments or thoughts on this are welcome.