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I read Aaron Kearney's tweet about the Junior Matildas and the Tonga Under 19 team: https://twitter.com/aaronkearneyaus/status/1159019604737310720 It reminded me of a tweet earlier this year (in April) shared by England Rugby: https://twitter.com/EnglandRugby/status/1118241929895059456 Both are wonderful examples of open sharing with young athletes and their coaches. I think they add momentum to idea that "sharing is the new competitive edge".

#SCP12: Sharing and Presenting Information

We are into Week 7 in the Sport Coaching Pedagogy unit at the University of Canberra. In this week's presentation I want to link with last week's themes of assessing and mentoring. I think the conversations about Ian Thorpe this week have raised many of the issues we discussed last week. This is an example of some on the reporting (my emphasis in bold): There have been critics of my decision to leave Australia and base myself in Switzerland and Dubai. Let me say once and for all, it was the right call and I would make the same decision again. The support...

Connecting, Sharing and Curating

The New Year has prompted a range of posts about trends in connecting, sharing and curating. Some examples I have found in the last few days: Stephen Downes linked to Nick DeNardis's post Why now is a great time to do an OAuth audit. Nick points out that "The beginning of the year is a great opportunity to start fresh and look at everything with a new set of eyes. Something that is easily overlooked is who (or what) has access to your social media accounts. It’s easy to change your password and revoke access from co-workers but it isn’t as...

Open to Sharing

I have come across four interesting posts about sharing this week. The Open Cloud Initiative A Code of Practice for the Fair Use of Online Video ALISS's 2011 Summer Conference An interview with Sir John Daniel I thought all four offered excellent insights into the disposition to share openly. The Open Source Initiative defines Open Source licensing in relation to: Free Redistribution Source Code Derived Works Integrity of the Author's Source Code No Discrimination Against Persons or Groups No Discrimination Against Fields of Endeavor Distribution of License License Must Not Be Specific to a Product License Must Not Restrict Other Software License Must Be Technology-Neutral  Sir John Daniel suggests in his interview with Creative Commons that...

Linking, Connecting, Sharing

Each day I receive a range of links to blogs posts and web tools. A post from the ABC (18 January) alerted me to James Fowler, Jaime Settleb, and Nicholas Christakis' work, Correlated genotypes in friendship networks. Their paper encouraged me to think about linking, connecting and sharing. The abstract of their paper notes that: It is well known that humans tend to associate with other humans who have similar characteristics, but it is unclear whether this tendency has...

Open Access and Sharing

Yesterday I posted news of the publication of the Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium of Computer Science in Sport. When I checked my WordPress Dashboard this morning I found this response to the post: Overnight (in Australia) there were 200 visits to the post following an email alert earlier in the day. I have posted the Proceedings in Box.Net at this link and the Internet Archive at this link. To date there have been 20 downloads of the Proceedings from Box.Net and other downloads of SlideShare presentations. By coincidence shortly after posting the Proceedings I received a request to provide an...

Sharing in Sport

I attended the IASI World Congress earlier this year (March 2009). My presentation to the Congress was recorded. Although I do try to link to other people's presentations in this talk and address members of the audience I do hope this video gives a feel for how my ideas about sharing in sport are developing and how they form the basis of my response to the David Crawford report and my fascination with Public Sphere. This is the SlideShare presentation that I used at the presentation.

Sharing

On 12 March I presented a keynote address at the IASI World Congress in Canberra. I posted a draft of my presentation in Slideshare. Gavin Reynolds has alerted me that: video recordings of the Congress presentations are now available here.  Click on the Proceedings tab in the left navigation menu and follow the links. To access the videos, you will need to logon using your Congress secure web username and password - originally issued when you completed your online registration. If you do not have a secure web account, it is not too late to complete the online registration form (ignoring...

Qu'est-ce que la chance?

Whilst catching up with my Facebook account, by chance, I found a post from a friend that linked me to this video Qu'est-ce que la chance ? on a French comedy site ('Rechercher dans la plus grosse base d’humour de francophonie'). There was no embed code for the video so having tried Vodpod, I used WordPress's Press This to form the link to the video and embed it here. If you go to the link it contains some remarkable visual examples of chance (or fate). I was predisposed to share this by a post in Stephen Downes OLDaily with a link...