It's been a jam packed day at the New Media Consortium 2003 summer conference in lovely (humid) Blacksburg Virginia (Hokie-land, Virginia Tech). The Maricopa Learning eXchange got a large dose of exposure today, and I am thinking many people are going home thinking "Gotta do a Google on RSS" (more…)

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cc licensed flickr photo shared by cogdogblog It's a few weeks gone by in the rear view mirror, but like last year I wanted to post some notes from the social media aspects we wove into the 2010 NMC Summer Conference. Our host this year was USC, but we had ...

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Since it is already a week in the rear view mirror, this ought to be my last post about the 2009 NMC Summer Conference. Heck, it's time to start thinking about 2010. However I wanted to record, primarily for my own sake, while fresh in my mind a recap of the ...

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cc licensed flickr photo by laffy4k Dear @KathySierra, I realize that you are, like, a big internet A-list star with lots to do and horses to tend, but am a bit saddened my twitter direct message to you has not generated a reply. We are really, really, really interested in enticing ...

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With a DELETE stake, that is: Modified from Public Domain Wikimedia Commons image http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Empalement.jpg; Facebook logo? Sue me. The real question is-- can one really kill the Beast? This is not a reaction to the uproar over the Facebook leaked "research". I kind of feel that if you can have your emotions ...

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In the house of CogDogBlog, most blog posts are written in the moment; no draft and reviews, just... splat. But this one has been bouncing around; it seems petty, whiny, un-necessary. Yet it keeps grinding away in my gut. Let's see what happens. Countless are the times I watched the epic ...

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2009/365/123 Scoping Out Old Main by cogdogblog posted 3 May '09, 2.49pm MDT PST on flickr Penn State University- a lovely campus even on a grey rainy day. In a 3 day visit it's not even close to possible to take in a place like Penn State University. I'd ...

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It's been frequently noted that the response effect of twitter is not a simple matter of opening an account and yelling for help; as a new tweeter you get the tree-falling silently effect. That said, I feel overwhelmingly fortunate to put out a single request and get a string of ...

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I feel moderately good about our experiment of "tagging" the NMC Summer Conference this year. We put it in the printed program that we were asking participants to tag blog posts, flickr photos, and del.icio.us bookmarks with an "official" tag of nmc2006. I used a local copy of Feed2JS and flickr's ...

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