ARPANET, Social Networking, IP SEO and States of Revenue

Re-cap, The ideology and innovation of RAND Corporation, UCLA, MIT, National Science Foundation (NSFNet), the efforts of ARPANET and other governmental Information Technology Research bodies between 1969 and 1990..

e-Research, Methods, Strategies and Issues

Accounts from:Diamond & Bates, 1995 Under Wired, 1997 plus Sterling in Diamond & Bates, 1980 / 1993

ARPANET, Social Networking, IP SEO and States of Revenue

Blogs and directives..

Motivation, encouraging independent learning – allowing readers to make connections through abstraction and re – integration.

..self-directed learners and thinkers.. students have a greater chance of making connections between concepts and ideas – reference earlier posts on salient communication

In actuality, providing a bridge between traditional design / development techniques which otherwise could prove a burden on time management costs helping communicators to draft first copy and gain a summarization in a shorter time of more extensive topics.

..use of higher order thinking skills as they create
and post entries in their blogs, along with commenting on other student’s blogs.

Recognized approaches to fact finding and research, questioning the continued learning benefits such as;

  • Self-directed learning
  • Peer-to-peer teaching and learning*
  • Inquiry-based learning*
  • Problem solving

Differentiated Learning with Technology – one size does not fit all, and this applies to the way students learn. Students benefit from blogging because differentiated learning using technology offers the ability to be creative, process new knowledge in their own way, and making sense of what they are learning in a manner more appropriate to their learning style. Collaborative Learning With Technology..

Through collaborative learning, students gain from sharing with each other. Here are benefits for students when they take responsibility for their own classroom blog.

Improved Writing Skills – students learn to focus more on writing and editing blog posts, which in turn improves their writing skills. This comes when they realize their blog entries are no longer just viewed by their teacher. Students learn they are writing for and interacting with wider audiences (teacher, peers, parents, and others) which provide comments, feedback, and recommendations. This collaborative learning loop benefits students’ writing skills through creating clear and concise blog posts.

Improved Reading Skills – students find they need to develop an increased understanding of what they read for two reasons. The first, good editing requires good reading skills. The second, preparation of clear and a concise blog post requires reading comprehension.

Abstracting content, understanding the requirement for recognition and altering approaches to individual efforts improving or at least making changes to the way subjects are taught and marks attributed through a system of ‘CPC’ – Cost per click Through per individual efforts before a time when summarization is mile stoned.

Blogs and directives..

Financial, Legal and Ethical approaches to information sharing

Review of opportunities for educational sponsorship by industry / commerce;

  • Revised view point on Information ethics
  • DOI / patents and communication / organisation and distribution of ideas
  • Duality, structured and dynamic data for media markets/
  • Legislation on digital plagiarism..

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Financial, Legal and Ethical approaches to information sharing

Open agnostics (original abstract from dotD3v3l@pm3nt)

Convergence and its role in SEO arbitration, fiscal interests communicated through live forums (pull media). Pathways for discussion, trade business and industry, plus its re – representation using open agnostics – laws surrounding open source distribution

Reference to earlier posts:

Further reference, reply to BlogSpot6 – #28.08.10: Marketing pathways: dictating your own objectives on an open market – aka Sports arbitrage, Exchange Traded Funds, execution and leg risk

Future objectives, topics of interest / relevance;

  1. DOI, patent and copyright
  2. Consumers marketplace, monopolies & unfair competition
  3. Taxation, Inflation, domains and trade routes
  4. Networks, telecommunication routes
  5. Dedicated links extranets spanning PAN’s & WAN’s
  6. International, national and Near field radio broadcast(DAB)
  7. Push subscriber(synchronous) and pull on demand(asynchronous) technologies
  8. Licensing & press links, advertising, informatics and validity of content
Open agnostics (original abstract from dotD3v3l@pm3nt)

Fair Trade Dealing

“..transactional thinking and individual autonomy to shift risk from governments and corporations onto individuals and to extend this kind of market logic into the realm of social and affective relationships.”

 Reference post, dated #09.08.10: DOI and digital copyright / patent law

Instead suggesting that this, given certain conditions could be the total opposite, saying that the risk should now be with those same governments, corporations and employers whose transactional thinking has been dictated by their environment / employees, who without individual autonomy at influential levels – operated within their known capacity at that time without full foresight and individualism. Adjudicating, in future years the impact of these same theories in the research, design and development of I.t. objectives, both by businesses leaders, groups and employees – examining laws which surround the sharing and dissemination of ideas – and the efforts to re-write standards and guidelines for evolving technologies with increased probability of error in line with developer capabilities.

Fair dealing, in certain circumstances, some works may be used if that use is considered to be ‘fair dealing’. There is no strict definition of what this means but it has been interpreted by the courts on a number of occasions by looking at the economic impact on the copyright owner of the use. Where the economic impact is not significant, the use may count as fair dealing. So, it may be within the scope of ‘fair dealing’ to make single photocopies of short extracts of a copyright work for non-commercial research or private study, criticism or review, or reporting current events.

 Reference http://www.ipo.gov.uk/

Fair Trade Dealing

free market and private monopolies with public funds

Considering not only major system contracts rather the individual, still with the broader economic perspective taking into account the lack of employment opportunities, non – expendable time frames. Active employment workshops, office, desk space plus working days and the ambition of those seeking employment to hone their skills and progress with their applicability for employment. Proposing instead, a system of incorporation with individual efforts becoming limited ventures, a sharing of desk space on a pro rata basis –hotdesking, enabling those long term dis enfranchised with a skillset, aptitude and drive to develop and progress back into the employment market with better knowledge of how to become self sufficient in their contractual roles when and if the set circumstances arise as a consequence of this practice venture. Funding could be extended, enabling an understanding of;

  • personal finance
  • Business accountability
  • Aligning current ambitions, with the emulation of active markets

..gaining additional experience which may otherwise not be applicable without a stable base from which to work.

Referencing, #15.07.10: BlogSpot6, marketing and its paradigms, Adopt a “Competitive Innovation” approach to most major IT systems contracts..

Recap, reply to current post #03.08.2010 – Free market and private monopolies with public funds

free market and private monopolies with public funds