"InstitutePL ‏@InstitutePL 1m1 minute ago Do screenshots count? Am I working openly yet? This is me moderating a Twitter chat #i4pl "

Hootsuite: Why you need a content calendar.

After losing the use of her legs Libba had to figure out how to use her sewing machine (which has a foot pedal). Great response to the question: Why do people share?

Participants who attended my new "Show Your Work" workshop this week try out their new skills back on the job.

@rangerdave It may surprise you that my #1 technology of choice is whiteboards

The US Archives Twitter account @thisisarchives gives the keys to a different staff member each week. It's a great reflection of what people do and conveys a lot about the organizational culture.

Mya Moe custom ukulele builders have a uke tracker for ukuleles in progress. Here they explain how they update each instrument's page each day using QR codes.

Zsolt Olah's recap of his day in a game design workshop. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/atd-learnnow-game-design-workshop-zsolt-olah

From article: "Storyboarding Your Research" . Caption: "Dustin Lance Black storyboarding a feature film using hundreds of index cards."

When I ordered a handmade performer-quality kazoo I didn't realize the craftsman would literally start from scratch.

The Steal Like An Artist Journal Talk - Austin Kleon talks about where he took inspiration from to create his 'Steal Like An Artist' Journal

A collection of notebooks from different people that reflect their thinking and work - tagged 'notebooks' on Austin Kleon's blog.

"Here's what happened when I tried to paint like Bob Ross"

Rachel Happe on the art of live tweeting.

Artist Mary Engelbreit describes the tools she uses to create her drawings. Sharing tool: Facebook.

Lean Launchpad case studies. "We have learned a remarkable process that allow us to be highly focused, and we have learned a tool of trade we can now repeat. This has been of tremendous value to us." Andrew Norris, Principal Investigator BCN Biosciences. Sharing tool: Steve Blanks's blog. Thanks to Michelle Ockers.

"The sprint is a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers. Developed at Google Ventures, it’s a “greatest hits” of business strategy, innovation, behavior science, design thinking, and more — packaged into a battle-tested process that any team can use. Sharing tool: Website. Thanks to Michelle Ockers.

Connie Malamed: "My development workflow"

Helen Blunden on Twitter: "10 Elements of Learning Out Loud at your next conference #showmywork #wol #activatemylearning http://t.co/DvRhRdbfsh"

How Working Out Loud Helps Us Learn from @janebozarth

August 19 & 20, 2015: eLearning Guild offers first online Demofest. Might be the largest online working-out-loud event ever. See projects, ask questions.

"Should academics blog about their research? . This presentation was inspirational and gave a clear picture of how sharing by blogging helps the researcher clarify ideas, do something with those homeless pieces of writing and be a living archive of your work." @Mark_Carrigan.