Blogging at the League for Innovation conference got a wee more difficult as the Wi-Fi went AWOL, 404. The word is even the wired network here in the Midways Airport Convention center due to a blaster type worm banging out of a machine in the exhibit area. Last I saw, ...

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Okay, first session at the League for Innovation conference, this one from Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College titled "Weaving Critical Thnking into Online Courses". Okay, we wade through the cheeese-head jokes, a lot of background on WITC, their mission, their learning acadamies... still waiting 30 minutes in to get to the Critical ...

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Well here I am in Milwaukee, for the 4-day 2003 Conference on Information Technology Presented by the League for Innovation-- this is te big daddy conference on technology on community colleges. You can count on about 30 simultaneous sessions, enough to make you dizzy, and interaction with a few thousand ...

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Finally. This is the last of four conference presentations assembled this month, the dog and pony show marathon is almost done. Supporting Faculty Innovation with Maricopa Learning Grant$ is a second presentation I am involved in at the League for Innovation Conference on Information Technology in Milwaukee. Wow this one was ...

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Wow, once you start tinkering with code, the worm can opens up. I made a few more adjustments to the RSS to JS demo due to the worminess of RSS 2.0 versus 1.0. After comments in yesterday's announced fix, I became aware that the code would not deal successfully with RSS ...

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In response to observed, unexpected behavior, I made a minor tweak to our PHP script that does the RSS to JS magic, using JavaScript to embed RSS content in any page. The probllem was on the simple way I was naming my cache files (the RSS parser I use creates cache ...

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Barely relevant to the rest of this blog, what follows are the collections of thoughts that brewed, frothed, fermented, distilled during a weeken of travel. On the heels of a trip to Columbus for the NLII Focus Session on Learning Objects, I actually returned home to Phoenix, but weirdly enough ...

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Our learning object bloggers Lora and Boris are making a second appearance at the October 14-17 NMC Online Conference on Learning Objects. Taking to a new level their story presented at MERLOT 2003, a garden varierty PowerPoint, for the NMC conference they have speaking parts as well, as the presentation appears ...

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Wahoo! Thanks to the clear details from Jay Allen, Killing Comment Spam Dead, in relation to an earlier yelp, it looks like we are flipping the score on comment-blog-spam. It wa snot too much work to download and install 3 MT plug-ins and modify the various MT templates. There is a ...

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According to the pre-eminent source, there are only 10 known web sightings of the myterious person who calls himself "Biff Cantrell" (Google for "Biff Cantrell"). How come his home address is unknown? All messages sent to biff@zippy.com are bounced back? Does anyone know Biff? Seen him? Please have him call home. ...

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A news source from Kansas City has taken on News RSS Syndication with feeds down to 20 feeds for various news interest areas. They are making use of our RSS to JavaScript script running on their own server and offering the code to allow other sites to inline synidcate the InfoZine ...

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