on pinboard for July 5th, 2014 through July 6th, 2014

  • The Jew’s Daughter – Fiction from 2000. Read in concert with Composition #1 – (dh literature )
  • [toread] Emotional contagion – “As usual, xkcd nails it: Mouseover title: "I mean, it's not like we could just demand to see the code that's governing our lives.”

    From “Emotional contagion”

    Language Log

    http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/nll/?p=13218 – (Unread )

on pinboard for June 22nd, 2014 through June 27th, 2014

on pinboard for June 17th, 2014

  • The Shallows – The Frontal Cortex – Response to Carr's response to the writers's review in NYT. Carr just won't let go of stating the obvious – even though he's backed away from his premise of evil. "But they certainly don’t support the hypothesis that the internet, as Carr writes, is turning us into “mere signal-processing units, quickly shepherding disjointed bits of information into and then out of short-term memory.”" – (the_shallows )
  • Book Review – The Shallows – What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains – By Nicholas Carr – NYTimes.com – Need a fast response for the determinists, and while this review commits the same silliness as Carr, it's a start. "It is here that he starts to run into problems. There is little doubt that the Internet is changing our brain. Everything changes our brain. What Carr neglects to mention, however, is that the preponderance of scientific evidence suggests that the Internet and related technologies are actually good for the mind. " – (the_shallows attention_economy )

on pinboard for June 9th, 2014 through June 10th, 2014

on pinboard for May 31st, 2014

on pinboard for May 21st, 2014 through May 30th, 2014

  • The Phenomenology of Participation: Derrida and the Future of Pedagogy – example of how interfaces shape learning. " Google docs, for example, can be thought of as merely a technological innovation that enables collaborative notetaking. But the programming structure of Google docs closely resembles Clay Shirky’s articulation in Here Comes Everybody of how collective action invokes subjectivity by tying one person’s identity to the identity of the group and making a decision of a group binding on all individual members (51). A collaboratively constructed Google document creates a site of authoring — and self-authoring — that materially represents the multiplicity of subjectivity. Unlike “group work” (where students simply divide the workload of a project into discrete, individual tasks), the collaborative production of participatory pedagogy derives from a shared responsibility, vision, decision-making, and creation that cannot be divided." – (pedagogy interface DH networkTheory )
  • Digital Lesson – Twitter and Storify – – (twitter curating curation dh )