Wednesday, 20 August 2008

Time is money

Brilliant post from Nina Simon at Museums 2.0 asking how much time does Web 2.0 take?. This is obviously an important issue, if you are spending time on Web 2.0 stuff then something else isn't getting done.

Nina has put together suggestions for activities you can do depending on whether you can commit 1-5, 5-10, 10-20 hours a week to Web 2.0 activities. These range from adding content about your organisation to existing sites and starting a blog to managing community websites.

This post shows that there is an entry point to Web 2.0 for everyone, even if you can only spare an hour a week and don't know what html is.

1 comments:

Anesha 12 January 2009 at 06:54  

Hi Nice Blog . A recent development has been the appearance of a complete, sectioned human body appearing on the World Wide Web. The Visible Human Project presents transverse CT, MRI and cryosection images of two complete human cadavers, one male and one female, at an average of 1 mm intervals in Human anatomy.

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