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Jay Cross helps people work and live smarter. Jay is the Johnny Appleseed of informal learning. He wrote the book on it. He was the first person to use the term eLearning on the web. He has challenged conventional wisdom about how adults learn since designing the first business degree program offered by the University of Phoenix.

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Where Jay goes to find stuff

Jay Cross
Internet Time Alliance
the library
Internet Time Wiki

Feeds
Working Smarter
eLearningLearning
WorkLiteracyCommunities
Google News Timeline
Pageflakes for L&D
Jay’s Pageflakes
Google Reader
Alltop
Barn Business

Business:
Business Week
Forbes
Fortune
Fast Company
Strategy and Business
General:NYT Times Skimmer
Salon & Slate
Newsweek
First Monday
Edge Onion
MIT Tech Review
CIO
Google News

Pop feeds:
Original Signal
Digg
BuzzHeadlines
PopURLs
Buzzfeed
Memeorandum
Techmeme
Movies
Newsmap

Ego-boo:
SpySocialMention
WhosTalkinSamepoint
Social Media blogs:
Brian Solis
Dan ZarellaLogic+Emotion
ReadWriteWeb
Scobelizer180360720
Searches:
Learning Thinkers John Hagel
Search Downes archives CLO
True KnowledgeTechnorati
Delicious bookmarksImagery
Alltop Wolfram Alpha – because it’s there.
Bing
Addictomatic NYTimes is used by New York Times reporters and editors as the starting point for their forays onto the Web. Its primary intent is to give the news staff a solid starting point for a wide range of journalistic functions without forcing all of them to spend time wandering around to find a useful set of links of their own.

Internet Time Group
Origin of eLearning
Jay’s opinions on…
Change
eLearning
Informal Learning
Learning
Management
Meta
Metrics
Networks
Profit
Values
Workflow

Code: Writing Tools

Bartelby
Dictionary.com
Online Etymology Dictionary
NYT Navigator
NYPL Style Guide
OneLook
Oxymoron List
Quotations Directory
Fifty Writing Tools from Poynter
50 Resources Improve Your Writing Skills
Writers Market
On Writing

Learning, Knowledge, and Fun Blogs
Boing Boing
Anecdote “putting stories to work”.
Bunchberry & Fern  Simon Bostock
Cognitive Edge Dave Snowden
Corporate eLearning Strategies & Development
Brent Schlenker
Dave’s Whiteboard Dave Ferguson
Downes Daily Weekly
Donald Clark Plan B Donald Clark
ELSUA  Luis Suarez
e-Clippings: Learning as Art Mark Oehlert
eLearning Technology Tony Karrer
elearnspace George Siemens
Green Chameleon Straits Knowledge.
Growing Changing Learning Creating Tom Haskins
Janet Clarey
Paul Simbeck-Hampson
Knowledge Jolt with Jack Jack Vinson
Mathemagenic Lilia Efimova
Networks, Complexity and Relatedness Patti Anklam
The Obvious Euan Semple
The Smart Work Company Anne Marie McEwan
Interdependent Thoughts Ton Zylstra
Trends in the Living Networks  Ross Dawson
Will at Work Learning Will Thalheimer

Archival
Internet Time Knowledgebase (to 2005)
About books
Articles
Blogs
Community
Design
eLearning
First Principles
How People Learn
Implementation
Informal Learning
Knowledge Management
Learning Standards
Metrics
Our Newsletters
Popular Items
Presentations
Psychology
Social Software
String Theory
Time
Visual Learning
On Writing
Workflow Institute

Archives
Internet Time Blog 2004
2001-2004 archives 2005

San Francisco
Top 100 restaurants
Bargain restaurants
Restaurants in Berkeley
Bay Area mapWeather
Bars Attractions History

Tech
Kevin Kelly
Long Now Foundation archives
The Edge
Yi-Tan Conversations O’Reilly Media
PARC Forum archives
TED: 100 Web sites you should use

Business
CIO Forbes HBR podcasts
Business Week
http://www.businessballs.com/
McKinsey Quarterly Net Biz
Marketing Charts

Reference
Jerry’s Brain
1911 Britannica
History of Philosophy
Window: Philosophy
World of Science
Classical Music Archive
David Gurtenn’s Who’s Who

Museums
Louvre,
The British Museum,
Tokyo National Museum,
Smithsonian,
MOMA (Museum of Modern Art),
Hermitage Museum,
Prado Museum,
National Palace Museum

Education Connectivism wiki &
George’s sitemap
Educause ResourcesEducause
Educause Review
Educational Tech wiki
New Horizons
OED list of top 100 education blogs
Online Colleges and Universities
Innovate
Directory of Open Source Journals
SDSU Encyclopedia of EdTech
Theories (Colorado)
Learning John Seely Brown
Dan Pink 
Top 99 blogs 
Ageless Learner
Clark Aldrich 
CLO magazine eLearn magazine
eLearning! magazine 
eLearning Guild
eLearning Forum archives George Siemens’
eLearnspace 
Impact, Workplace Learning
Instructional Design Theories (Colorado)
Kineo Reports (how to…)
Learnativity L&D Pageflakes
Learning Culture Audit (Marcia)
Learnng Light Literature Review
Old Epic White Papers
Society for Organizational Learning
SOL’s links on organizational learning
Whole Earth catalog articles
Other
Beth’s wiki
Gurteen Knowledge Letters
Nancy White wiki on online facilitation
Connectivism course Pageflakes

Visualization
Graphic Learning Gallery Learning 2006
Envisioning
How to Transform with Visual Learning
See What I Mean, eLearning Magazine
Sight Mammals, T+D Magazine, 2002
Center for Visual Learning 
visualizations
Jay’s old concept images
Visual Thinking school
Dave Gray on Flickr Isabel Pedersen’s
amazing bibliography on visual thinking
Worldmapper: incredible maps
Understanding Marcel Duchamp
Powers Of 10
Dave Gray Viz Think xplane bblog
xblog Dave Gray,
Communications Nation Brian Narrelle
famfamfam icons Flickr Grabber

 

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Many a knowledge worker will tell you, “I love to learn but I hate to be trained.”

Jay Cross

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Take a mega-high IQ, some Berkeley attitude, a dose of e-learning curiosity and you get Jay Cross. For opinion and analysis, nothing is as interesting or fun as Jay’s blog. ~ Kevin Kruse

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