Who reviews or approves content for Annotum?

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Hi,

Here an other important to know article from WordPress-Annotum Who reviews or approves content for Annotum?, see screenshot below.

Image (screenshot) credit: Annotum Uservoice

Update: additional information could also get found here Google Groupes Discussion Forum about the migration Knol-WordPress-Annotum

Stay tuned for next short tutorial😉

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  1. Carl

    Hello,

    Just out of curiosity, why are you reposting screen shots of content that already exists on the Annotum knowledge base? Are you just testing Annotum? Certainly I appreciate you trying Annotum and trying to help folks, but I’m just not sure of the purpose of this site…

    Thanks,
    -Carl
    Annotum Guy

    • Gust MEES

      Hi Carl,

      Thanks for having posted my first comment in here on my first steps with the Annotum Theme and which is also a special honor for me coming from You.

      I appreciate much any reaction from my new home, this shows me that there are people talking to people… On Google Knol I (and any other authors…) wasn’t used to that, makes me feel happy in a certain way…

      On Google Knol I created much knols (articles and pages) about Help for Knol and that is what I am trying to do here also… That are first my own experiences discovering WordPress Annotum, the “what I learned” which I want to share with other “Knol authors” and as an educator I made also promotion over #SoMe sites about Knol.

      I do already now also promotion on #SoMe for WordPress Annotum to the education community as I start to love it and I think seriously that Annotum is a need for education also. You can check this on my Twitter account https://twitter.com/#!/knolinfos. As any move from one home to an other is not easy and that people first don’t like new changes (neither me…), sometimes even fearing a bit… they need to get used to it by information before making the migration…

      I need to get used to Annotum which is completely different from what I was used before and certainly other Knol authors as well… So, the published posts are my first steps and thoughts about Annotum, my practical learning with it which I share with others…

      My next steps will be trying on how to use the articles and other features which Annotum provides and then also I will do a step by step guide (tutorial) which I will share then with others. ONLY then when I know really how to work with Annotum I will make the migration from Knol to Annotum… I don’t like to jump in waters which I don’t know, so first finding it out… slowly but surely and then also sharing my experience…

      An other reason is that it takes a long time to learn NEW things as Annotum, so some people (Knol authors) won’t like to follow the migration, they are looking on different other priorities in their life. That’s called Procrastination which is human anyway…

      By presenting small tutorials (small pieces of knowledge…) one can follow better and… have a look here to learn more about Procrastination http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/p/767111804/3-powerful-techniques-to-beat-procrastination?tag=Procrastination

      Update: I would like to add this also as most people see new “adventures”, a migration is an “adventure”, are seen as a “problem” up from the beginning… which is human… people are thinking already about the problems they will encounter with the migration, and there will be problems and there are problems which will get solved step by step…

      Courage is needed to do so anyway… Let me cite about Einstein’s way of resolving problems “What most of us don’t realize — and what supposedly Einstein might have been alluding to — is that the quality of the solutions we come up with will be in direct proportion to the quality of the description of the problem we’re trying to solve. Not only will your solutions be more abundant and of higher quality, but they’ll be achieved much, much more easily. Most importantly, you’ll have the confidence to be tackling a worthwhile problem“.

      Find (a must read…) http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching?tag=Einstein's-Secret-to-Problem-Solving

      Knol authors are following each other to find out on how any other author is doing with the migration…

      Hope that I could clarify what I am doing…

      BTW: I love that the IP Address is shown in comments! Something which I was asking since ages for the Knol pages… Looks like most of queries on Knol are included in Annotum, BRAVO😉

      Suggestion:

      for a better following it would be good to get ALL the information from WordPress-Annotum on one page ONLY, I am actually struggling around to grab the necessary information on different pages and Discussion Forums, thanks in advance to consider this… When looking now at this blog, You will see that I made an update; pointing to a Discussion Forum where there is additional information which isn’t shown in the main Knowledge Base (?)…

      What about to create something innovative? An “App” from You to which authors can subscribe and which could get included in the blogs and articles/pages who allows WordPress to “update” automatically articles/blogs/pages, sounds good isn’t it? Possible to do???

      PS: As I got that question asked a lot of times from different people, You may also have a look here: Why do I present ONLY small tutorials? and maybe there is also a bit altruism behind…

      Have a nice day and best regards,
      Gust

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