Such disappointment, as promised. Earlier this month I stayed up late one night to catch Josie Fraser's keynote at the 2016 ALT-C Conference; you know it's going to be a good talk when it's Josie, but even better when it's got a title like "In the Valley of the Trolls" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLTreFAkBV8 I ...

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I go way back with Cole Camplese, when I was still at the Maricopa Community Colleges and he was at Penn State University doing assessments with a click wheel iPod. He was the person in 2007, when I was "what is the use of twitter" who gave an actual compelling ...

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Tony Bates recently posted Who are the founding fathers of distance education? following the release of a Steve Wheeler produced video interview with Tony and other identified "fathers" Michael Moore and Sir John Daniel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEZU89Drkj4 As he is, Tony humbly downplays his role, and lists five other suggestions in his post, inviting ...

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I should have known better. It was just 2 hours (plus blog post writing time) down the coding rabbit hole. Right now Ken Bauer is working on the Virtually Connecting blog post for the sessions they (me too) will run at the 2016 DML Conference. If you look at the announcements ...

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One of many pieces of Jonathan Worth wisdom to me was his differentiation, as a photographer, of the photographic print versus the digital image. Both we see as pictures, representations of the world. The business of photography, assigning a value to a photo, the laws of copyright, our idea of ownership ...

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I don't need in-flight entertainment on a digital screen. On a flight from Phoenix to Seattle today (and on to Vancouver), seated in 30F, the window shade is up. My head is pressed against the window like a kid on his first flight ever. Other passengers are looking at device screens, ...

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