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06 NOVEMBER 2012

CAGD: in-house bespoke course management and e-portfolio tool

"The CAGD website was started in 2004, as a repository for research material from students on the BA Hons Contemporary Art Practices course (then BA Hons Contemporary Creative Practices), at Leeds Metropolitan University. It became apparently quite quickly though, that the tools that we'd developed would be useful for a lot more than simply collating material, and as more courses were included into the system it has grown to become a fully–functioning online e–portfolio, course management, social network, reflective journal and collaborative space, with (to date) more than 350,000 pieces of work and research and 1,000 active daily users."

(Graham Hibbert, 19 January 2012)

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2004academic courses • ad-hoc groups • bespokebookmarklet • CAGD • collaborative project • collaborative space • contemporary art practices • contemporary creative practices • course management • e-learning platformePortfolio • Graham Hibbert • Ian Truelove • knowledge repositoryLeedsLeeds Metropolitan University • online e-portfolio • private beta • reflective journal • School of Art Architecture and Design • shared interests • social academic network • social network • social networking tool • technology and art education • tool • version 1.0 • web application

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Simon Perkins
16 SEPTEMBER 2010

Instapaper: clip web pages for reading later

"A simple tool to save web pages for reading later."

(Marco Arment)

[The tool caches a simplified version of your selected page e.g. basic HTML mark–up, images, links. It provides a bookmarklet to simplify your collection process and requires a user–account to retrieve saved pages.]

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Amazon Kindlebookmarkbookmarkletcacheclippingcollect • Instapaper • iPadiPhoneiPod Touch • Marco Arment • snippetsocial bookmarkingsolutiontoolTumblrusabilityweb application

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Simon Perkins
28 JULY 2010

Posterous: CMS for simple web publishing via email

"Posterous is the easy way to get content online using e–mail. You can e–mail content of just about any type (such as rich text, photos, music, video, Word/Powerpoint/Excel/PDF documents, and zip archives) to us. We will post it online in the most web–friendly format, then reply with a public URL that can be forwarded or shared with friends. Account creation is never required, but if a user does create an account, posts from your various e–mail addresses (work, home, and mobile phone) can all be integrated into one blog."

(Posterous, Inc.)

Fig.1 Susie Blackmon's Posterous weblog [available at: http://susieblackmon.com/].

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2008 • blog by email • bookmarkletCMScollectcontentdocumentsemailentrepreneurshipICTMicrosoft ExcelMS WordonlinePDFphotosPosterouspowerpointpublishingpublishing system • Redpoint Ventures • repositorysimplicitytechnology • Trinity Ventures • usabilityweb application • web-friendly • weblog • Y Combinator • zip

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Simon Perkins
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