eGenerations and the Rest

Various authors, Website, Jul 26, 2007
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I've been sent numerous things to look at and beta test recently. href="http://egenerations.com/">eGenerations is one, though I'm not impressed that the URL sent me to seniorsgrandcentral.com. Another is PabBee, video instant messaging - Sanskrit, anyone? Friction TV, meanwhile, is a place where people can upload video debates - or at least, their side of a video debate. Also, Yippykya "is a new social networking website where its members (YIPPYs) can feature their talents and turn their hobbies into careers." Um, YIPPYS? Oh, and let's not forget Pownce, which is doing the personal invitation thing (I have 6 invites remaining). I also got an invitation to a WetPaint community, but by the time I got to it, the community was gone (sorry Tim). And I should mention Ron Passfield's Squidoo page on learning resources. I also got a press release from Zoho wrote again to let me know of the Creator 2.0 release. This is a company that should be watched closely. Another email came in from Chuala, which is "fostering collaboration between language learners and groups trying to preserve languages." I've advised them in the past. MyTVPal sent me a media information package. Graham Attwell wrote to me about the JISC Emerge community on ELGG, which looks worthwhile (no RSS though). None of this is junk mail, and it's all appreciated - but if you send me something and I don't get a chance to look at it (or link to it) in any detail I hope you'll understand.
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