Weekly round-up 3.11.11
A new website for educators: “connecting education & technology.”
An impressive university virtual tour, courtesy of Bob Johnson’s link of the week.
“I wrote The Elements of Content Strategy because as the Internet worms its way further and further into our lives, digital content becomes centrally important to the ways in which we live and work. And it follows that content strategy—the practice of planning for, designing, and managing content—is also getting closer to the center of both web projects and entire organizations.” You can read a chapter of the book here.
“Timely is built to schedule Tweets and makes it very easy for you to do this.”
“The bottom line is that as content creators, we face more choices than ever in how we need to convey our stories. Consumers' preferences are more fickle than ever, so we need to prepare for their changing tastes while unraveling the Gordian Knot of how to engage them more fully.”
An interesting post regarding the future of marketing—making it a much more personal experience.