|Klout.com is here|
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One measure is called Klout.com.
Another way to measure your impact on the Internet is to count how many people you have
urged to click on an obscure video (with fewer than 1,000 views) ...
Two years from now,
what will happen to Ken Robinson's video?
|see some photos on Facebook|
Will the people who saw
Robinson's TED talks also
know about a book
written by Raymond Hartjen?
Will any of those people
know about Sudbury schools?
What about Summerhill?
Click here to see a recent post about these schools....
Click on Educationfutures.org
What else could you post
in your status box on your
What do you want to see happen? How are you managing your time on the Internet? As Clint Black sings, "We can use our time carefully." Find the lyrics
What additional account
could you subscribe to?
What places do you subscribe to?
Where do you go to get information?
What sites and youtube channels do you follow?
What is your next click?
What do you recommend? (How about recommending this post to your friends and colleagues...? We can use the hits.)
What is your net impact?
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Translated by Mario Llorente Leyva
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