Category Archives: ds106

Permanence Lost

Reading Chris Lott’s poetic comment about loss in response to Jim’s assertion that Nothing is Lost …there’s not only nothing wrong with writing one’s poem and sending it down the river on fire, it might be a significantly better way to transcend the technical issues and consider what it means to *be* the idea struck me… Read More »

Open as in “for business”

Featured Image “open for business” cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo by @cogdog Whether you are outraged,  amused, or overwhelmed with ennui by the flurry of Instagram ToS sentiments, I agree with Gina Tripani: Deeply happy users are questioning/debating their favorite tools' Terms of Service, demanding their makers clarify the language. Iteration! — Gina… Read More »

Recording how to listen

Do you wanna listen to DS106radio on your iPhone, iPod or iPad? I made this for you! how to set up FStream on your iDevice Here’s the short summary: type in – http://208.82.115.69/live More information available at: http://networkeffects.ca ===== Notes on DispRecorder I used a new (slightly expensive at $10) app called DispRecorder to screen… Read More »

Nothing Can Stop It!

cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by giulia.forsythe Starring Sebastian Thrun and all those xMOOCS: Udacity, Coursera, EDx (because they are the ones that get all the attention) but produced, directed and thought about by George Siemens, Alec Couros, Dave Cormier, Stephen Downes. Poster based on The Blob illustrated movie poster,… Read More »

Archiving Insights

I’ve just returned from three excellent professional development events: BC Campus Online Community Enthusiasts (#OCE2012), Northern Voice (#nv12) and Society for Teaching, Learning in Higher Education (#STLHE2012) I have more specific reflections on each of those events but a very interesting question arose this week that I really want to explore. #stlhe2012 to those who… Read More »