Monthly Archives: April 2006

Symposium Blogweave – via del.icio.us, RSS, javascript…

Irregular readers of this cozy lovenest of ed tech subversion may recall my participation in the recent Tronti weblog symposium. As expected, my own submission was more than a bit goofy, and barely relevant, but it was fun to do. … Continue reading

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Perhaps unnecessary — UnKeynote wrapup…

I’ll keep this short, as both D’Arcy (great discussion in the comments) and Stephen have posted substantive follow-ups to the UnKeynote. As with my collaborators, my feelings on the whole thing were mixed. It was a worthy experiment, but I’m … Continue reading

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We should be preparing our session…

…instead of goofing off, which is what we are doing right now. But it’s an UnKeynote, so a certain absence of structure need not be a fatal flaw. I feel better knowing Stephen and D’Arcy got my back. I think … Continue reading

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Talk, talk, talk… how do we make the big small?

Three days, three events. Today, I’m speaking at a panel co-sponsored by UBC Career Services and the Faculty of Graduate Studies entitled “Connecting to Careers Beyond the Ivory Tower.” Perhaps I was asked to serve as some sort of cautionary … Continue reading

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Gardner’s remarkable notes

Gardner Campbell has just written a real corker… I’m at a loss to add much of value, other than to reproduce a couple passages (leaving out the incidents that provoked them) and a suggestion that you read the thing yourself: … Continue reading

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HigherEd BlogCon

April may be the cruelest month but it promises to be chock-a-block full of rich-media chocolatey edu-blogger goodness thanks to HigherEd BlogCon, “a conversation on the use of blogs, wikis, RSS, audio and video podcasts, social networks, and other digital … Continue reading

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RSS for the UBC Library Catalogue!

My long-time love for librarians (and for RSS) grows stronger over time. My heart goes all a-flutter at the introduction of RSS feeds for new items in the UBC Library. I could quibble — it would certainly be nice if … Continue reading

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