Once a media idea worms into my head, it's gotta play out before I can do other things. So it was this morning, leading to this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-lkmF5Gb6Q Jim Groom has been running fun and wild with the record store metaphor for Reclaim Hosting, fueled by the recognizable style of Bryan Mathers. My ...

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On Wednesday I was a virtual digital participant (nod to Laura Gogia) in an OLC Innovate session on Meeting the Potential of Hybridity: Access, Equity, and Inclusion. Planned and carried out by VConnecting (see that, Maha?) colleagues, the session was not focused on Virtually Connecting, but informed by what is now ...

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Today Virtually Connecting hosted it's one session at the OER16 Conference in Edinburgh. We typically would have done more, but Virtually Connecting has a pile of sessions at the overlapping OLCInnovate Conference. I leaped at the chance to host today's one with keynoters Jim Groom and Catherine Cronin. Jim of course ...

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I've been fortunate/privileged/lucky/happy in my work to have that room to follow my curiosity. I might say that a lot of my activity seems to have unstated goals, in determinate objectives, and often outcomeless outcomes. That I dig. Okay. In my wandering work for the Creative Commons project, I skyped a few weeks ...

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Like many folks, I was interested in comic guru Nick Sousanis's call for participation in a week of Grids and Gestures Quickly, have a look at your ceiling tiles or other grid-ish things around you. If you then imagine putting these features to music, you might have regular long notes ...

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For as vast and fast expanding as it is, the web ends up being rather friable (that's my geology vocabulary surfacing). All set off by a seemingly simple tweet by Rob Reynolds https://twitter.com/xplanarob/status/720697804969111553 It reminded me of a paper from a colleague I met way back in my own way back machine, back ...

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