Baghdad Blog to become a film

May 30, 2006

Guardian Unlimited Film | News | Baghdad Blog to become a film: The Baghdad Blog, the daily dispatches penned by the Iraqi architect known as Salam Pax, is to be turned into a film.FilmFour will co-produce the big-screen version of the acclaimed blog written by Pax, which chronicled life during and after the allied invasion.Salam […]

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jason.jpg

May 28, 2006

jason.jpg Originally uploaded by complicitytheory. Rochelle took this with her cell phone. Pretty impressive. Never seen myself look like that though.

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What Exactly is a Blog, Anyway?

May 27, 2006

TeacherSource | learning.now . What Exactly is a Blog, Anyway? | PBS: In the coming weeks and months here at learning.now, you’re going to hear a lot about the exciting educational work that’s being done with technologies like podcasts, photo blogs and video blogs, just to name a few. But before we jump too far […]

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What Exactly is a Blog, Anyway?

May 27, 2006

TeacherSource | learning.now . What Exactly is a Blog, Anyway? | PBS: <blockquote>In the coming weeks and months here at learning.now, you’re going to hear a lot about the exciting educational work that’s being done with technologies like podcasts, photo blogs and video blogs, just to name a few. But before we jump too far […]

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Announcing Transdisciplinary Studies

May 26, 2006

Transdisciplinary Studies Sense Publishers Edited by: Jeremy Hunsinger and Jason Nolan Aims and Scope: Transdisciplinary Studies is an internationally oriented book series created to generate new theories and practices to extricate transdisciplinary research from the confining discourses of traditional disciplinarities. Within transdisciplinary domains, this series will publish empirically grounded, theoretically sound work seeking to identify […]

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Well, the betting is over, the results are in.

May 24, 2006

Jeremeanie writes: I’ve accepted a tenure track assistant professorship at the Pratt Institute in NYC. Specifically, I’ll be in Manhattan at the School of Information and Library science working on cultural informatics, digital archives, and internet research. I think that this job is the strongest fit for what i’ve been doing for the since 1998 […]

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CPCS/KSI/KSS Reports

May 23, 2006

My friend send me this link: CPCS/KSI/KSS Reports which is a strange archive and list of papers from the 60s to the present with lots of links to learning technologies. I’m not sure if it is useful to anyone, but it is interesting.

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Is tech injuring children?

May 19, 2006

I ran across this article”Is tech injuring children?” on c|net today. RSI is always an issue when dealing with technology, and especially when you’re dealing with growing individuals. Personally, I think that this has nothing to do with technology at all. I think it has everything to do with curriculum and pedagogy… that is, the […]

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Failure! Failure!

May 16, 2006

I was presenting at the Learning & Teaching Office‘s faculty conference today. I’ll upload the podcast and PPTs for it in a bit; you’ll understand why I’ve not done it yet in a moment. I get into RCC 204, open my laptop and FIZZpopBlort! Whoshing air from an over burdened fan. Funny ping of death […]

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Does ADHD Exist?

May 16, 2006

This is an interesting topic. I have ADD/ADHD. All my life. The question of its existence is not an issue for me, ADHD is a descriptive of a state, not a pathological designation. It may be a disease, but that’s not my issue. [and this is my personal, not professional opinion] That is, you need […]

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