Oh yeah, this blogging thing…

As so often happens after a stint of work travel, I got out of rhythm here after the Arizona/Comox/Croatia tripleplay and have yet to regain my blogging legs. In response to a few kind queries, I am indeed alive.

No shortage of things to occupy time, attention, energy. Work has maintained its delightfully overwhelming pace, home debtorship grows deeper and deeper (now we’re digging drainage trenches around the foundations). I’ve read a couple good books, and enjoyed a fine mini-holiday with the family last week.

It’s not as if there’s been nothing to blog about. I carry around as many inane notions on inconsequential subjects as ever. There are lots of vexing problems I am struggling with that could benefit from a public work-through. Groovy tools emerge, people do exciting or appalling things. Not a day has passed where I haven’t given thought to a potential post. It bubbles away inconsequentially inside my head, and gets swallowed by the churn.

“Brian, take a long look at your old friend Abject Learning. Now you two shake hands, make up and be friendly.”

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About Brian

I am a Strategist and Discoordinator with UBC's Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology. My main blogging space is Abject Learning, and I sporadically update a short bio with publications and presentations over there as well...
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