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We (OK, Rebecca mainly) muse on our favourite online tools, knowledge management practices and where we want to take our technology.
My desk is of the traditional sit-down variety, but the handy standing converter is an oft-used addition to my office equipment. I am a huge fan, and use this in particular for online meetings and important calls, as well as to alter my posture throughout the day.
I take the title from a fairly recent post on Slaw, written by Susannah Tredwell, Manager of Library Services at Davis LLP. “Value”, she points out, “is a very individual thing”.
There are many fluctuating variables that affect a value determination. The subjectivity of the organisation, as well as the individuals involved. Changes in organisation workflows and priorities.
You may have heard of this app, as it breaks various app chart records. It is a trivia game, modeled on the board game Trivial Pursuit. And it is highly addicting. So overall quite aptly named.
What makes this game stand out in particular, is that the questions are crowd-sourced. User can contribute to the game sending in their own questions.
February is the shortest month, but not a quiet one. At the tail-end of winter, most of us are ready for it to just be over. We plough through, however, with celebrations like Mardi Gras, the Chinese and Lunar new year, and a birthday celebration for yours truly. Let’s see what our KM bloggers and authors were thinking about during these exciting days.