Monthly Archives: June 2009

Open content attribution (or how we talk about it) is still too complicated

So, there is a certain amount of obvious irony to the revelation that Chris Anderson’s book Free contains significant unattributed copying from Wikipedia. The entire piece from Virginia Quarterly Review‘s Waldo Jaquith is worth a read (and I leave it … Continue reading

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Go hard, or go home

I was turned on to this video via a Tweet from Alec Couros. It may or may not explain the rise of Twitter, but it certainly illustrates that if you bring it hard, the energy can become infectious, and just … Continue reading

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Another open conference, this time I’m shooting my mouth off…

Just a quick note to say how honoured and excited I am to be the kick-off speaker for the Teaching with Technology Idea Exchange in Orem, Utah this week. First off, it’s a pleasure to contribute to an open conference. … Continue reading

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