February Current Cites went up a week or so ago I think. I reviewed Top Web 2.0 Security Threats, a short report from a forum of enterprise 2.0 folks. It felt like a cop-out to review that, because it was. It’s short and sweet and just points out the problems, no suggestions are made. When I sat down to review the article I had intended to review, I just didn’t have the brainpower.
Things have been a bit busy so I missed posting this earlier, but the January Current Cites is up. I had one review this time around: User-generated Collection Level Metadata in an Online Photo Sharing System.
For those who might still be stuck at work, here is some professional development reading for you from the December Current Cites:
In which I review “Use of Cloud Computing Applications and Services,” a report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
There are some other great cites in this issue as well . . . including things I have saved to read someday. Mayhap I shall just read the cite instead.
The October issue of Current Cites is out, featuring moi as one of the new reviewers. Take a look at my review of a JASIS&T article from September (“Personal Communication Technologies as an Extension of the Self: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of People’s Associations with Technology and Their Symbolic Proximity with Others”) and save yourself from trying to read & comprehend the whole thing. 😉