The Canadian Press on Educational Blogging

August 18, 2006

Just had a chat with someone from The Canadian Press. It was a phone interview on the educational uses of blogging in higher education. Got to mention alex, Rochelle and Roger regarding their blog work, as well as the development of blogging tools at Ryerson. Relatively painless, and good to get Ryerson on the map.

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Lettice Knit?

August 17, 2006

Lettice Knit? Originally uploaded by complicitytheory. Kensington Market in Toronto has sundays when it is car free in August. Love it. Got a whole set there of the day.

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Top-10 Most Violent and Dangerous Children’s Games.

August 14, 2006

From: the Phat Phree: about every summer kids everywhere sit around, eat, and play video games while cultivating crippling diabetes. But some kids still manage actually get up and occasionally go outside to play age-old childhood games that have been passed down from generation to generation. Most of these popular games are extremely dangerous and, […]

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MooseCafé

August 13, 2006

MooseCafé Originally uploaded by complicitytheory. Each day I have to do something creative for ‘she who must be caffeinated’. This wasn’t bad.

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M-AUDIO Mobile Recording Interface

August 12, 2006

Just ordered M-AUDIO – FireWire 410 – FireWire Mobile Recording Interface from Saved By Technology! Planning to use it with Danny Bakan and his arts-based education class at Ryerson to record and release children’s songs under some sort of open source license.

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SimSim!

August 10, 2006

BenNOTon Originally uploaded by Recovering Webaholic. The subject of this photo just posted it on her blog. From a shoot I did a couple years back.

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horrific scenes of violent death… most popular reading material for children

August 9, 2006

No, this is not something from some conservative think-tank, but is noted in a course outline (below) as a description of what interested children in the 17th C. Something timeless going on here perhaps? And as to how we got here, Yuka sent me to Department of Library Science and Instructional Technology Southern Connecticut State […]

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i’m pretty geeky

August 7, 2006

Buridan’s says “i’m pretty geeky”, so I had to check to see if I was. Your Geek Profile: Internet Geekiness: High Academic Geekiness: Moderate Fashion Geekiness: Moderate Geekiness in Love: Low Movie Geekiness: Low Gamer Geekiness: None General Geekiness: None Music Geekiness: None SciFi Geekiness: None How Geeky Are You? I’d be low on internet […]

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Apple -Leopard Sneak Peek

August 7, 2006

If the leopard OS upgrade is half as good as it’s hype:Leopard Sneak Peek, it will be just a scary OS.

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Hydraulophone Hands and Feet

August 4, 2006

Hydraulophone Hands and Feet Originally uploaded by Squeakybear. Steve pointed me to some pictures taken of his playing his hydrophone in Kensington Market recently. He’s all hands and feet!

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