Monthly Archives: September 2004

Reuse, recycle, regurgitate

A few of the items I have noted over on the Textologies Weblog, copied and pasted here, for your cross-posted convenience. 1) A hot item bouncing around the Web today is a piece by Paul Graham, entitled The Age of … Continue reading

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Another school term, another weblog

Fall term is here, which means my first full-time teaching gig in five years is underway. So far we’re still in the introductory phase, but even that’s been most cool — the participants are literally all over the world (far … Continue reading

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What a conference should be…

I’ve spent the past three days at the Instructional Technology Institute Conference at Utah State. I feel bad about my lack of blogging during that time — though not that bad, as I needed to finish my presentation and I’m … Continue reading

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