Last week I drew up some visual notes for the seminal article on openness:Cathedral & the Bazaar. cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by giulia.forsythe After reading some really thoughtful posts by Ken Romeo, Phil Hill and Michael Feldstein, I can’t help but wonder if the Sakai Foundation has taken too… Read More »
For those of you who haven’t met me at Camp MacGuffin yet, my camper name is Doodle Bug because I’m a hobbiest entomologist and I like to draw stuff. The first week of Camp MacGuffin has been really exciting. First I moved all my stuff into Bunkhouse 1 but realized I read the Bunk assignments… Read More »
Sunday’s Daily Create was to take a picture that shows motion. I decided to make it rather show a movement. I love the celebratory, non-violent movement of this ensemble featured in The Huffington post. I’ve included the embed of the video below. It’s quite moving. I love the track titled Intuition by Astronomie. It’s en… Read More »
My Flickr stream is getting a lot of hits these days. As an online petition grows by the thousands per day, I’m getting a few hundred visits DAILY to my recent visualization of Timothy Gower’s blog post and The Chronicle of Higher Ed article, Elsevier Publishing Boycott Gathers Steam Among Academics. cc licensed ( BY… Read More »
Having exhausted everyone in my physical proximity, I was sitting around this weekend just hoping someone would ask me about DS106. #ds106 folk help me out. @jimgroom & I need short video clips telling me what made #ds106 special, powerful, fun, different etc. Anyone? — Tom Woodward (@twoodwar) November 20, 2011 Oh, Tom, I’m so… Read More »
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS!!! Now is the time for the #ds106radio community to show their love!! DS106Radio is what happens when you mix a tweeting bava one tinkerer AND a whole lot of enthusiastic music-loving story tellers [View the story “Genesis of #ds106Radio” on Storify] Can you dig it? This web radio changed my life, Srsly-… Read More »
“If anyone wants to take the HTML version and create an Egyptian hieroglyphics version delivered via 1988 version of HyperCard – well, they can”
The story of how I was mocked into upgrading my phone and how that raises a bunch of questions about mobile learning.