Google hopes readers will 'flip' over new format

Google’s FastFlip is the newest media toy. The service is meant to duplicate the look and feel of perusing a printed publication. The stories are displayed on electronic pages that can be quickly scrolled through by clicking on large arrows on the side instead of a standard Web link that requires waiting several seconds for a page to load. Readers can sort through content based on topics, favorite writers and…

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Campus Blogging Since 2003

In his Inside Higher Ed blog, Joshua Kim writes: A transformative step that learning technologists can participate in proposing, pushing, guiding, leading, managing and maintaining would be providing a campus-wide blogging platform and institutional aggregation site. Here are some guidelines for what this could look like… Here is the text of a comment I posted: There is, of course, a value in creating a private online space for a specific…