creative commons licensed ( BY-NC-SA ) flickr photo shared by cathywitch This is part 1 of 5 in a series of posts for Building Connected Courses: Feed WordPress 101 »» Basic Concepts of Syndication «« - and what to think about even before you touch that Wordpress thing Installing and ...

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Just in case you have not had your fill of the previous two code dumps for the workings of the VCU Thought Vectors site... heres more. I can't stop tinkering. Last weekend Jon Becker emailed and asked if there was "an easy way" to mix together all of the RSS feeds ...

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creative commons licensed ( BY-NC-ND ) flickr photo shared by cszar If you thought the last post on Under the Hood of the Thought Vectors Site was a gory on code, maybe click next. But for my own sake, some more write-ups of more recent twiddlings. Got RAND() Post? A trick I have ...

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creative commons licensed ( BY-NC-SA ) flickr photo shared by Tom Holbrook Now that the Thought Vectors site is out and running (36 blogs syndicating in, 11 of them from registered students, not bad for the day before class starts), it's time for a bit more of the techie WTF does ...

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rmooc.ca site Brace yourself for another 10 mile long blog post; much like the recent one on the Harvard Future of Learning site, this one focusses on another syndication driven wordpress site. Brian Lamb approached me in mid June about working on this project, and coming on the heels ...

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Last June I was approached by Justin Reich from Harvard (and newly with EdX) about building a site for the Future of Learning Institute, that is part of Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education- he was looking for the syndication/aggregation features I had created for the ETMOOC ...

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Just to be clear... My title is misleading- there are elements of the ds106 site we are going to be making available soon in a format for you to open, paint, fill, decorate, install on your own site. I worry more about the "in a box mindset" cc licensed ( BY ...

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cc licensed ( BY SA ) flickr photo shared by Orin Zebest It is not going down the drains, and despite outcries of technologies being dead, syndication based ones are at the heart of what makes the web works. An understanding of how distributed web-based publishing sources can reconfigure and ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by epc In my last post, I quickly overviewed the wordpress customizations I did to set up the ETMOOC Blog Hub. Using the Feedwordpress plugin for a few feeds is easy to do, and it does a rather slick ...

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cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by agiledogs I'm really getting the hang of setting up these FeedWordPress powered syndication sites- I wrote a few days ago about using this approach to create a twitter archive site for the ETMOOC site. At the same time, and more over ...

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