weblogs and wikis week 2 overview: aggregating

I’m watching for some common themes running through both the practice and the thinking, and it looks to me that we’re off to a wonky start. That’s no different from what I saw on PLENK2010# as participants tried to get a sense of what to do and how to interact, but I want to trace… Continue reading weblogs and wikis week 2 overview: aggregating

bookmarks for November 19th, 2010 through November 20th, 2010

Long Live the Web: Tim Berners-Lee Scientific American – TBL is back with hisvcontinuing arguments for an open, net neural web. "Why should you care? Because the Web is yours. It is a public resource on which you, your business, your community and your government depend. The Web is also vital to democracy, a communications… Continue reading bookmarks for November 19th, 2010 through November 20th, 2010

bookmarks for November 18th, 2010

20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web – Shiny Google People promote their vision life, the universe, html5, and everything in the guise of a children's book. More myopic than Microsoft, heavier-handed than a railway baron, more condescending than Bill Buckley. It's all about revision and Manifest Destiny, wrapped up in a shameless… Continue reading bookmarks for November 18th, 2010

bookmarks for November 1st, 2010 through November 2nd, 2010

Gary Hamel on Managing Generation Y – the Facebook Generation – WSJ – Seems I've seen these 12 points before – can't recall where, but they are familiar. Anyway, brief, light-weight toss-off article homogenizes The Kids by working backwards from characteristics of some web interactions to characterizing the Coming Workers. – (management facebook newmedia socialmedia… Continue reading bookmarks for November 1st, 2010 through November 2nd, 2010

bookmarks for May 15th, 2010 through May 24th, 2010

stevenberlinjohnson.com: The Glass Box And The Commonplace Book – – (mashup literacy books commonplacebook copyright ipad socialpractices ) apophenia » Blog Archive » Facebook and “radical transparency” (a rant) – radical transparency.” In short, Kirkpatrick argues that Zuckerberg believes that people will be better off if they make themselves transparent. Not only that, society will… Continue reading bookmarks for May 15th, 2010 through May 24th, 2010

bookmarks for February 22nd, 2010 through February 28th, 2010

What is an Author? Michel Foucault: "What is an Author?" – – (authorship litcrit newmedia ) Aspen no. 5+6, item 3: Three Essays – Death of the Author, Barthes. STYLE AND REPRESENTATION OF HISTORICAL TIME / GEORGE KUBLER. THE AESTHETICS OF SILENCE / SUSAN SONTAG – (newmedia litcrit ) Say Everything – from The Best… Continue reading bookmarks for February 22nd, 2010 through February 28th, 2010

bookmarks for July 31st, 2009

Joho the Blog » Transparency is the new objectivity – Dave Weinberger. "transparency is now fulfilling some of objectivity’s old role in the ecology of knowledge." that is, "Transparency gives the reader information by which she can undo some of the unintended effects of the ever-present biases. Transparency brings us to reliability the way objectivity… Continue reading bookmarks for July 31st, 2009

bookmarks for July 18th, 2009

7 things you should know about Twitter – Educase PDF. Overview. – (twitter teaching web2.0 socialmedia microblogging system:filetype:pdf system:media:document ) Twitter in higher education – Really just a technique or two > A better model for twitter integration was suggested which I quite like. This would involve defined periods when students were encouraged to ‘tweet’.… Continue reading bookmarks for July 18th, 2009

bookmarks for July 9th, 2009 through July 14th, 2009

I’m So Totally, Digitally Close to You – Clive Thompson – NYTimes.com – Updates and weak ties. Always on means a return to village life, where everyone knows what everyone else is doing. Monitor your online persona so you can control it. "This is the paradox of ambient awareness. Each little update — each individual… Continue reading bookmarks for July 9th, 2009 through July 14th, 2009