5 free, web-based tools to help you be a kick-ass researcher.

I do a lot of research. Not only is my day job Researcher/Analyst at JISC infoNet but when I go home I’m researching and writing as part of my doctoral thesis. Quantity and quality are different measures, but I’d hope that I’m at least half-decent at something I spend a fair amount of my life […]

How I’m organising my digital outputs in 2011

I had a fascinating Skype conversation with Amber Thomas, a JISC Programme Director. She mentioned the concept of liminality in reference to the ‘trajectory of ambiguities’ idea I’ve been writing about in my journal article. It struck me afterward that I need to firm things up a bit given that I seem to exist in […]

Top 10 Links I Shared This Week – #5

The following 10 links were those most clicked upon (according to bit.ly Pro‘s stats) when I shared them via Twitter. By far the most clicked-on link I shared was Why we don’t celebrate Hallowe’en in our house from this blog (258). But, as I pointed out last week, I’m not including my own posts in these Top […]

Top 10 Links I Shared This Week – #4

The following 10 links were those most clicked upon (according to bit.ly Pro‘s stats) when I shared them via Twitter. I’ve decided not to link to my own blog posts this week. Seems kind of pointless given that you’re either reading this on my blog or reading this via RSS/email… :-p Links given with number of clicks […]