Internet, you so fickle. Without much thought, you ca share something frivolous and people are all over it. You're on fire. You get an idea in your head you think will get spread, and it falls like a lead rock on Jupiter. I've only marginally followed the story, but seeing Brett Gaylor's tweet https://twitter.com/remixmanifesto/status/628246019797422080 I ...

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Well, you might only be able to go back to 2007. And Google Streetview often does not provide too many exit doors. But this seemed like a cool discovery, simply at random. Last weekend I was driving north from home on highway 87, and coming down the hill from the op ...

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My "involvement" in #rhizo15 is pretty much listening to the tea leaves in twitter, today's bits had a fair bit of rumbling about "Content is People!" When I read Simon's post I really had expectations of a DEVO song. But in reading/watching Dave's question about the Myth of Content, the ...

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List crossing. Attending (and presented) yesterday at the Modern Language Association Conference here in Vancouver. I mingled with more rhetoricians then I usually do. I got to meet Sean Michael Morris and Jesse Strommel of Hybrid Pedagogy fame. My session yesterday was part of a panel on Visionary Pedagogies for ...

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creative commons licensed ( BY-NC-SA ) flickr photo shared by Johnson Cameraface What happens when ds106 takes on a theme and subject of the TV series The Wire? That unfolds next week when the class starts at UMW. Do you feel me? (that's a line from the show, ok?) Jim and Paul ...

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVCP6zU3i2Q As usual in my house yesterday I had NPR Radio on in the background. The show Wait Wait Don't Tell Me had a segment with Baltimore filmmaker John Waters as guest. PETER SAGAL: In April 2011, we talked to a man who's made some of our favorite movies "“ John ...

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Trippy. The frames of this gif (image data) were edited in audio editing software. It's in the realm of glitch art as the effects created are largely unpredictable. It's a matter of saving an image in an uncompressed format, importing into Audacity, applying an effect or two, and exporting back again. I ...

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