I knew this blog post title was a terrible metaphor. But once the metaphor took a hold in my brain, it would not let go. And then I am in Photoshop, mashing up a collage of assorted images from web sites that do not provide the source of the same ...

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It does make a decent news story to announce the offering of a free, as in no cost to taxpayers, database of local photos for a city. https://twitter.com/ResearchBuzz/status/800020936380403713 "Freely Available" is... well ok. As told in the story from Albuquerque TV station KOB4: Stunning images of Albuquerque and surrounding areas aren't hard to come ...

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For the second year iteration of our UDGAgora work with faculty from the University of Guadalajara, the schedule moved to the second day a presentation on openness Brian Lamb and had done in 2015 later in the week. Since 2003 Brian and I have done enough presentations together that we ...

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This kind of small act of near random #ds106 connection will not increase enrollments, will not "fix" education, will not improve institutional metrics... yet I just cannot let it slip by without a small "wow". And the ironic thing is that the tweet in which I saw it came into my ...

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The second of three sessions my name was listed on at Open Ed 2015 was Splots and Darkweb Plots. It might not take a lot of guessing to know that this was co-presented with Brian Lamb. Furthermore, in the spirit of remix, the platform of the presentation was the same platform ...

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