It took some alarm clock action, but was worth it to get up early for a Skype call with Antonio Vantaggiato and his INF115 students at Universidad del Sagrado Corazón. It seems like a while ago, but only a few weeks since I left Puerto Rico, having spent a month ...

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This is a pondering not a promise. I've been thinking longer on this, but have a dream of rolling a lot of the custom coding I have done for past Connected Course projects (e.g. ds106, Thoughtvectors, ETMOOC, Future of Learning, YouShow-- all building a syndication hub in Wordpress using ...

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That guy is a FRAUD! This was my second open talk for students at Universidad del Sagrado Corazón -- they are giving me free range for topics, so I chose to take them below the surface of the Facebook Pond to look at the world of catfishing. I was impressed with ...

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A post earlier this week on social bookmarking garnered the kind of comments that make me feel like it's the edublogosphere of 2005. Talk about retro! Thanks to all. One thing that I have realized is that there are different goals in bookmarking... Personal organizing of bookmarks. Almost any tool mentioned and ...

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Slipped into the recent post on social bookmarking was a new little browser bookmarklet maker tool I made so someone can create a tool to bookmark links to any subreddit. If it looks familiar, it's because it's the same theme I use for the flickr cc attribution helper, which is just ...

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I've found much resonance in this observation someone (I cannot remember who) shared with me -- "Your mobile phone area code indicated where you lived in 2008". It sounds odd until you recall what your own number is. Likewise, I think, you can gauge someone's early web experience is (the kind ...

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Here, to demonstrate some tricks and insights into making animated GIFs, I shall reveal my cultural antiquity with a reference to the Arnold Horshack enthusiastic hand raise from the TV show Welcome Back Kotter (while cheesy at least for that era, a positive image about school?) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cDAqrywsHE I was recently asked by ...

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One day after arriving in Puerto Rico, they had me planning a workshop / talk for today. That Antonio Vantaggiato, he is one boss hombre, especially now I have deputized him as a Tombstone Marshall ;-) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog under a Creative Commons ( BY ) license Actually he is ...

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Thanks to the way the open web works, I just put into play a fun new option for my pechaflickr site/game/thing. Nothing is changed with the way it has worked. At the bottom of the site is a link to a Google form that collects info from those willing to to ...

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I'm getting ready for my February travel adventure, a month working with Antonio Vantaggiato at Universidad del Sagrado Corazón in San Juan, Puerto Rico. On thing I will be doing is co-teaching his course Nuevos Medios Digitales y Redes Sociales – INF 115. IN fact, I am doing my "assignment" since ...

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