I did not ask for little stickers on my fruit. I do not want to eat little stickers on my fruit. I spend time peeling off little stickers on my fruit. I toss in my trash those little stickers on my fruit. Those little stickers on my fruit do not grow there. Someone working minimum ...

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This happened at the happy hour Tuesday after being at the Maricopa Teaching With Technology Conference. Across a noisy table, Bill Farrar posed an inquisitive question my way. When I worked at Maricopa, Bill was a psychology teacher at Mesa Community College, now he is at Estrella Mountain and the ...

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It's a bit of a mind bend to calculate that it has been more than 9 years since I left my first "real" job -- 14 years as an instructional technologist at the Maricopa Community Colleges. The real bend back to reality was the warm greetings I got today returning ...

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A few hours early, but here is your birthday present, @drjones106 -- one of your greatest hits. https://soundcloud.com/cogdogroo/ballad-of-a-radio-man I knew there was a pretty good remix potential in Dylan's Ballad of a Thin Man (from Highway 61 Revisited). The tabs were a bit all over, I munged together a few, this was ...

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Talk about rabbit holes (the kind the dogs go running down). Twas just a tweet flying by https://twitter.com/dendari/status/598160274475098113 This, published on imgur, is way more than image sharing. BePawsitive, self proclaimed dog lover writes: This post showed up on the front page a few days ago. It shows Cesar Millan being bitten by a ...

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Nothing adds to sausage like spice. Irony is a spice. A colleague tweeted a like to a new article by Douglas Rushkoff called Digital Disruption and the Death of Storytelling. I'm prepping some new talks on storytelling, and I find Rushkoff's writing on the intersections of media, technology, and people ...

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