Assignment 9 JM

I think for me, the most useful web 2.0 experiences have been the bloglines or the delicious site. I find them useful for gathering information and filtering the internet. Less useful were the engines for editing photos or finding creativity but that might be because I'm used to the tools in Photoshop and my background education. I don't tend to view the internet as a source for creative ideas, merely a tool to distribute them.

[http://www.thingsortips.blogspot.com] for recent experiences on the net from Toronto mostly.
[http://www.akimo.ca] highly suggest the rss feed for those interested in art.
[http://www.instantcoffee.com] it's a simple emailing list, but it's useful.
[http://wiki.couchsurfing.com/en/Toronto] this looks like a cool page.
[http://academicjobs.wikia.com/wiki/Art_History_2009-2010] this is useful to someone, provided they have the necessary credentials. Usually these sorts of postings are all internal. And it has options to share it on other platforms like facebook.

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