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BBQ tour of the US South: Complete Listings

Portals and KM

BBQ Part Two: Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. BBQ Part Four: western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia. BBQ Part Five: Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Georgia.

Trending Sources

ICT-use surveys in Georgia and Estonia

Taming the spaces

Tiger Leap and Deer Leap are two organizations that coordinate ICT education in partnering countries - Estonia and Georgia. It seems there is an explosion of collaborative project-based learning in Georgia. As an additional task i have done this year some surveys and book-writing related to ICT teaching. Last month we handed over the survey (in estonian) how teachers use ICT as an integrated topic in their lessons. This can be viewed from: [link].

Share 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia

Michael Sampson - Currents

The Eventful Group is expanding the footprint of its Share Conference - the SharePoint Conference for Business Users , with new conferences in South Africa (February) and Atlanta (April) in 2012. I won't make the South Africa conference in 2012, but I'm working toward being at Share 2012 in Atlanta. More details to come. The original event in Sydney last November is happening again in two weeks, and I'll be there to deliver a post-conference workshop on user adoption for SharePoint.

Share 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia — Less than 4 Weeks to Go

Michael Sampson - Currents

In 25 days I'll be boarding one of Air New Zealand's Boeing 777-300ER planes and heading to Los Angeles, and then taking a couple of domestic flights in the United States to get to Atlanta. My long-haul flight this time is for the inaugural SharePoint Conference in the United States.

Updated Index to Cities and Towns with Restaurant Picks – November 2015

Portals and KM

BBQ Part Two: Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. BBQ Part Four: western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia. BBQ Part Five: Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Georgia. I have now provided restaurant picks by friends for an increasing number of cities and towns.

BBQ tour of the US South – Part Eight

Portals and KM

The second post covered Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. The fourth part covered western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia (by way of Vermont). The fifth covered Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Georgia. Here is the eighth installment of our BBQ tour of the US South.

Walking reconciliation

Chris Corrigan

Tens of thousands of people walking in the rain across the Georgia Street viaduct, down one side and up the other. And in time we began to walk down Georgia Street and onto the viaduct. Here we are On September 22 in Vancouver.

My Reflections on the Mobile World Congress

Nancy White

The winner was Urban Planet Mobile from Savannah, Georgia, for their mobile English learning initiative. Over my career I have become a technology "conference veteran" beginning with Comdex in the 80’s. This event grew to over 220,000 attendees and over 20,000 vendors. For several years I was privileged to be a judge for Best of Comdex, so became very familiar with the conference.

Why you should come to an Art of Hosting

Chris Corrigan

My buddy Tenneson deep in a Rivendell World Cafe. We have an Art of Hosting event coming up in February 23-26 on Bowen Island.

2015 24

BBQ tour of the US South – Part Six

Portals and KM

The second post covered Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. The fourth part covered western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia (by way of Vermont). The fifth covered Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Georgia.   Marie’s BBQ House is just over the border from Georgia. It

Customizable online workgroup applications for teams - QuickBase

John Tropea - Delicious Community

BBQ tour of the US South – Part Six

Portals and KM

The second post covered Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. The fourth part covered western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia (by way of Vermont). The fifth covered Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Georgia. Here is the sixth installment of our BBQ tour of the US South.

Fifteen Great Gumbos

Portals and KM

But there are few from elsewhere such as Highland Creole Cusin e, a Haitian restaurant in Somerville, MA, Summer Shack in Cambridge, MA, and Georgia Brown's in Washington DC. Here are fifteen gumbos that I have enjoyed. They are mostly from Louisiana, the home of gumbo.

Barbecue Tour Of the US South: Part Two

Portals and KM

Now as I travel through much more of the South this one picks up with samples from Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina. We stopped at the one at 277 Robert C Daniel Jr Pkwy Augusta, Georgia (706) 733-7427. I did a post on Louisiana Vs. Texas BBQ.

Barbecue Tour Of the US South: Part Four

Portals and KM

This post picks up with samples from western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia (by way of Vermont). The second post covered Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. Curtis says he cooks Georgia BBQ so we are still dealing with Southern cue here.

Some Great New Orleans Musicians on YouTube

Portals and KM

Next, they did “Ain’t Mishavin” followed by the Ray Charles songs, Halleluiah I Love Her So” and “Georgia on My Mind.” I have been greatly enjoying the live music of New Orleans since I moved back to my hometown in 2012.    I have gone to festivals and many are free.

The week’s tweets

Chris Corrigan

link] my son and I representing # WhitecapsFC on the kindness flag project on Georgia St. A slight chill on the breeze has everything a little less languid today. Bird song is faster, the blood flows quicker. #. Support with song not violence! #. WhitecapsFC win. Day out with my son cheering. Late night water taxi home. Fathers Day. and a day early to boot!) #. WhitecapsFC Break winless streaks, not streaky windows. Whitecaps!!!! #. Notes

BBQ tour of the US South - Part Five

Portals and KM

The second post covered Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. The fourth part covered western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia (by way of Vermont). Here is the fifth installment of our BBQ tour of the US South. This road trip includes three BBQ stops and another honorable mention.

Remembering Ray Charles

Portals and KM

We used to sing Ray Charles songs, like “ Georgia of My Mind ,” on the bus and his dance music, like “What’d I Say,” got top play at parties. Earlier, he moved himself into the pop charts, with his “Georgia on My Mind” making number one in 1960. This song became the official state song of Georgia in 1979 and it remains my favorite Ray Charles ballad. Yesterday, I wrote about Elvis so I need to give equal time to Ray today. It has been almost eight years since he passed.

Scrumban Classes Scheduled in Atlanta

Evolving Web

These lead to better prioritization, better estimation, and cleaner organizational relations.Along with our partners at Lithespeed, we have scheduled the first Scrumban training courses on June 11 - 12, 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia. Scrumban extends the famliar agile methodologies in Scrum with the rigor and performance improvements of Lean design. The Scrumban hybrid, described in Corey Ladas' popular book , is taught in this two-day course.

Wonderful Vintage Car and Truck Images at Photology and Abandoned Places from Henk van Rensbergen

Portals and KM

The flowers seem like Man Ray doing a better job on Georgia O’Keefe images. My friend Karen D’Amico , a London artist, sent me the link to Photology. It has wonderful photos of old cars, trucks, boats, other vintage stuff, along with flowers. The photos of vintage stuff remind me a bit of Walker Evans. Anyway they are enjoyable in their own right. Karen also sent me a link to Abandoned Places by Henk van Rensbergen.

Leadership in Three Easy Steps

Web Social Architecture

Yes, Athens Greece , not Athens Georgia. I was on the road a lot in the early and late parts of 2008, which is fortunately not something I have to do a lot most of the time. I am not a fan of business travel. But there's a single note I took during all those road days that sticks with me still. I'd almost say it made it worthwhile. But, let's get real. I missed my kids.)

Barbecue Tour Of the US South: Part Three

Portals and KM

The second post covered, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. As I am traveling through much of the South this June and July, this post picks up with samples from North Carolina and Virginia. The first one covered Louisiana and Texas.

Weekly Links (weekly)

Alchemy of Change

“It’s probably the single most powerful behavioural finding in the world,&# agrees Charles Raison of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, who studies mind-body interactions. Heal thyself: Trust people – health – 30 August 2011 – New Scientist. “People who have rich social lives and warm, open relationships don’t get sick and they live longer.&#. tags: TED AOC health relationships community. For Brands, Being Human Is The New Black.

Mobile Learning #5: A Case Study

e-Moderation Station

This is the situation that Edward Spurke, the Principal of Roswell High in Georgia USA, found himself in last year. Subscribe to the comments for this post? Tweet This! Share this on Facebook. Add this to Google Reader. Email this to a friend? [Or: Or: Mobile learning in your high school].

Southern Soul Food in Washington DC

Portals and KM

   Georgia Brown’s offer low-country cuisine from Charlestown.  I was recently in Washington DC for the KM World 2010 and Enterprise Search Summit 2010. I still get excited to walk around our capital and enjoyed looking at the buildings and taking in a few museums while there. Growing up in New Orleans I am partial to Southern food so I looked for this offering in DC. Below are my findings. The first three I tried and found excellent.

Revealing the long tail in office conversations

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Brzozowski 1 and Sarita Yardi 2 1 Social Computing Lab, HP Labs 2 School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology » Social Computing Lab  Research areas  Results » People  Revealing the long tail in office conversations To appear at Computer Supported Collaborative Work Enterprise 3.0

Polar Obsession - Photos and Writing by Paul Nicklen – Another Great Photo Book from National Geographic

Portals and KM

You turn the page to see another two page spread of a warm tone image of hundreds of Elephant Seals and King Penguins on a beach in South Georgia in the very South Atlantic. Ever since my trips to Alaska, the Yukon, and Newfoundland in the early 70s I have been interested in the Arctic.

Technology: I'm a blog mentor for the young Caucasus women project

Joitske Hulsebosch

If I'm correct, all women are from Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia. This week I'm a blogmentor for the Young Caucasus women project and posted a blog entry on the topic: who in the world would you like to send an email/letter and why? The women will have to post a blog entry on the same topic and I will try to comment; and they will also be encouraged to comment on the other blogs. I hope the other mentors will also jump in.

Blog Cases from 2005: Carrie Guevara on New Orleans

Portals and KM

After the storm she and her family relocated to Georgia. Bringing a Little New Orleans Flavors to Coastal Georgia. This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts. Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. I will only include cases from people who are still blogging now. These cases have not appeared on this blog before. 

The week’s tweets

Chris Corrigan

The crazy winds of Howe Sound and the Strait of Georgia. Cold rain down low, cold snow up high, cold yellow sun in a cold grey sky. #. Just returned from a lovely memorial for my colleague John McBride. Plenty of music and great stories enjoyed by 200 good folks. Sweet life. #. Purple sunrise and a string Squamish this morning could mean snow later today. #. Video of today's howling Squamish. link] #. The shortest day dawns. This long waning ends. An obscured fullness arises.

Revitalizing #OccupyVancouver

Chris Corrigan

But all along Georgia Street is an edge where the Occupy Movement can engage the public. I was down at Occupy Vancouver today with my daughter. We stopped by in the morning when things were quiet, chatting with some of the security people. It’s getting cold and stressful down there.

The week’s tweets

Chris Corrigan

Rainbow over the Strait of Georgia [link] #. Happy "change the clocks for no reason whatsoever" day, spring version. People from sane places must think this is a massive practical joke. #. Early morning gales gusting 50 clicks with driving rain and moaning trees. #. naomidenbesten: "Principles and practices are much more useful than rules & tools" [link] <– in complexity, 2 b clear. Tx! #. Blueprint for life: hip hop for the Arctic… [link] #.

Why you should come to an Art of Hosting

Chris Corrigan

We have an Art of Hosting event coming up in February 23-26 on Bowen Island. This is my home based offering, which I have been doing for nearly ten years with friends Tenneson Woolf, Teresa Posakony and Caitlin Frost, and lately with our new colleague Amanda Fenton.

Middle Tennessee Eating Places: A Frequent Visitor’s Picks

Portals and KM

She had an encounter with Sherman’s army as the marched through on their way to Georgia. If you are in middle Tennessee and did not get to eat for Thanksgiving, here is another Dive of the Month by Steve Carter. I was draw to this one for two reasons. First, I went to many places like this all over the South in my childhood and still find them hard to resist. Also, my great grandmother lived in Murfreesboro, TN during the Civil War as a teenager.

Travel is like magic

Chris Corrigan

Grabbed my bag, jumped on teh Canada Line, stopped long enough at Granville and Georgia Streets for a La Brasserie Chicken Sandwich and then caught the Express bus to Horseshoe Bay. It sometimes boggles my mind, how easy it actually is to cross an entire continent. Yesterday I woke up at 6am in the Beaver Valley, on the shores of Georgian Bay in Ontario where a beautiful crisp spring day greeted me.

Reading Primer: Augmented Reality

Collaborative Thinking

There are a few examples floating around like this one of an augmented reality, zombie-killing game from Georgia Tech , although few are in commercial use yet. A jumpstart to an emerging and fascinating space: Startups looking to make money by enhancing reality | VentureBeat. Augmented reality (AR) technology , which overlays 3-D graphics or information over a live camera feed, isn’t a brand-new idea.

mobile

Engineers without Fears

There were four speakers: Jason Collins from Alcatel-Lucent demoed some work with Georgia Tech. The last couple of weeks have been a bit crazy so I haven't been able to blog as much as I like. Apart from Open Publish there have been some other things going on - including two events around mobile technology. AIMIA ran an event on augmented reality. Live magazine ads & posters that cameras can recognise and then trigger content on your phone such as video.

Learning Technologist of the Year 2008

SocialTech

Other teams and individuals honored last night: The Learning Technology Group - Aditya Vadali, Dan Jackson, Georgia Georgiou, Mark Bryson, Mike Cowie, Rich Ranker, Steve Powell, and Tim Ellis from Lancaster University won the team award for "successful provision of an integrated service that has benefited staff and learners across the whole university" Stuart Hepplestone from Sheffield Hallam University carried off the commendation in the individual category.