Monthly Archives: January 2004

Insurgence, Emergence, Convergence…

The presentation for the NLII conference is now in some kind of order. I won’t say it’s finished. A few people actually heeded yesterday’s desperate cry for help and added to the wiki. I thank them to the point of … Continue reading

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It’s like sausage being made…

I’m presenting tomorrow for the NLII Annual Meeting here in San Diego. To the surprise of nobody, I am still well away from finishing my presentation… in fact I am certain I will be working well into the wee hours … Continue reading

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Personal publishing as punk rock, redux…

The amazing Anne Galloway calls this spirited rant the best story about weblogs she has ever read. That’s enough for me to take a look… I do groove on the perspective: Weblogs are a party, damn it, and sometimes they’re … Continue reading

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Good news, and weird news…

After a few days off the net due to some manner of server meltdown, Abject Learning is back, and ready to do some serious damage to our collective intelligence. The weird part is that my previous postings seem to have … Continue reading

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My essay.

This is my essay. Download file

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Picture test

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Workshop test

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Wikis: Hypertext on Steroids

Well. It’s been a long time, been a long time, been a lonely lonely lonely lonely lonely time. I’ve just completed a rough draft of my latest article for UBC’s e-Strategy Newsletter. This month, I try to communicate the concept … Continue reading

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