THERE IS A DIRECT CONFLICT between the amount of audio I consume and produce and the amount of e-mails I read and write. For the past three years, I've been slacking off in my e-mail duties and today, as I present at the Dublin e-learning summer school, I can see a compelling imperative to manage my e-mail services more efficiently. It will mean cutting back on some personal learning network audio production--my favourite app Audioboo--and using the newly available time to prune hundreds of incoming mails each week. I've got to unsubscribe to lists I joined in the 90s because I can no longer find the time to read the information spawned by those lists. And when I finish this summertime project, my phones will provide me more timely and accurate information updates.
Watching #elss11 on Twitter.