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30 days Writing Challenge

August 1st, I started a writing challenge. Following my preceding 30 days meditation challenge initiated by a post from John Stepper, I decided to use the same vehicle for yet a different kind of challenge: to alter my morning routine. Current status Today I tend to start with either my “Kneaver Moment” or, more than […]

Musing on analyzing #PLN from Twitter

I wish to make it easier for new Kneaver users to enter their key domains and people during onboarding. I plan to use the new slate system while leveraging the semantic web, social media connectors capabilities of Kneaver. Inspired by Helen Blunden’s post on mapping her Personal Learning Network, I decided to give it a […]

Wake up morning Knowledge Process

Knowledge and Processes Hard to say what Knowledge consists of but it’s easier to introspect on our practices and see how it changes between two moments. Not only this emerge incoming and outgoing flows but also the processes attached to it. In a second stage, it’s an occasion to have a reflective look on them. […]

Lessons Learned from Interviews

I reached the extraordinary number of two interviews via Google Hangouts but already harvested tons of tips. Why not sharing them? I will update this post as my list grows. Last tips will go at the end. This post is really organized as a simple list. Prepare, prepare, prepare again. The process is not complex […]

How to make my work observable

120 words half bake thought for the impatient: According to Bryce Williams having an Observable Work is half of Working Out Loud. Working Out Loud = Observable Work + Narrating Your Work It makes sense for me but as a knowledge worker I realize I have no clue on how to make my work viewable […]

My Workspace, My work processes

I wrote this post after reading Helen’s post and taking a long detour by Casey Niestat’s videos on his Wildly Functional Studio. I admit: I smiled a lot. Instead of using all the real estate on Helen’s blog, I’ll try to take another habit of responding on my blog. In a word, I’m somewhere halfway […]

My Following Policy

My conclusion is that “A following policy cannot be finalized”. I started this post and didn’t complete it as I couldn’t find any conclusion. 8 Months later I realize it’s just an ever open topic: it will never end. Following, not following, tools and practices change constantly and we need to adapt. It’s an example […]

The weekly routine of #PKMChat – Before the party

#PKMChat starts to be like an old friend for me. It rythms my week. While the first two weeks were busy catering for details or automating stuff, it leads now to more value-added tasks. The first week I was running behind schedule slowly and slowly discovering the hidden part of a twitter chat. It’s like […]

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