A while ago I wrote aboutusing the public collaborative bookmarking / tagging system to manage links for a team. We’re still using it in the Software Development Services team where I sit, it’s at least a good way to keep up with the kinds of things others are finding useful.

As we start out on the RUBRIC project at USQ, Deidre Lowe (Project Manager) and I (RUBRIC Techical Manager) have started using to track bookmarks, keep each other informed about what we’re looking at, and start to build a library of resources.

We chose the tag destrubric for RUBRIC project on account of our DEST funding. We’ll use a similar scheme for tagging related DEST funded projects, eg destarrow.

To look at everyone’s bookmarks for destrubric go to

To see just mine, you would look at

To look for conferences we’re interested in attending or at least investigating:

And don’t forget that all pages have RSS feeds. RSS is a notification system that will alert you of new stuff. If you don’t know about RSS a good place to start is sign up for a free account and you can use it to track RSS and Atom feeds, meaning you can keep track of many many websites without visiting them.






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