There's this meme that asks for the first line from the first post of each month for the year. ...
January - You can be part of the One Million Masterpiece, by contributing a small drawing to this collaborative artwork.
February - Ah good heart-warming stuff and relevant to Damien Conway's keynote presentation at Information Online 2007 (his message -- librarians will rule the world) is this article by Will Sherman. 33 Reasons Librarians are Still Extremely Important - DegreeTutor.com.
March - MinterEllison Lawyers offers some technology predictions (for 2007)
April - "More importantly, not providing a forum for UGC could cost a company customer loyalty" -- quote from Peggy Anne Salz
May - Thanks to Michael for the pointer to this youtube video showcasing the "center for information work - the desk".
June - Nature is exploring new options in scholarly communication with Nature Precedings
July - Photosynth from Microsoft Live Labs. Wow factor = 10.
August - Well you are not really buying them, but investing time and other resources (on open source software)
September - Sadly, my Konica Minolta Dimage x50 has had a sad history with cracked LCD screens.
October - blogoz : blogging in education
The breakout session on blogs in education was very much a discussion session.
November - Google has launched OpenSocial to reduce the number of site-specific APIs that developers must work with to write applications that will interact with multiple social networking sites (I'm seeing this abbreviated as SNS in lots of places - another acronym to add to my repertoire).
December - There's this meme that asks for the first line from the first post of each month for the year.
What can I say? I've been enjoying a blogging free month so far. Been on holidays, lots of walking, relaxing, reading.