A few weeks ago I was audio interviewed via Skype by Teemu Arina, a 1 hour plus session between me in Arizona and Teemu in Finland that was remarkably clear, had no dropouts. In an almost heroic effort, Teemu edited this to a pod/webcast, painstakingly removing my frequent “umms” as well as abstracting my free form meanders to a coherent set of possible ed tech futures.
Thjis is now posted on a new site FLOSSE (Free/Libre and Open Source SoftwarE) which is a “posse”
FLOSSE Posse is a group blog consisting of members of Free and Open Source Software Association (VOPE) from Finland. We will carry out reportage of FLOSS and Open Content in Education.
The interview is now available at:
or the direct audio:
Considered the list of heavy hitters to come in the next interviews, I am humbled and honored to be the first one posted. Go ahead, Leon, take your best potshots.
The open source / free tools themselves used, Skype, Blogs, et al, are themselves a testament to the topics discussed, another cheering round of Small Technologies Nicely Joined. I’m ready to… well think about doing some SKyperviews in the near future.
The post "I’ve been Skyped, Flossed" was originally yanked out of the teeth of a rabid chicken at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2005/02/ive-been/) on February 25, 2005.