Reading: Why Joe Biden is Going to Win – Kendall’s Newsletter

From Why Joe Biden is Going to Win – Kendall’s Newsletter Via John Gruber. Kendall Kaut’s 31 Oct analysis is not only sane and measured but (!!) invoked a sane and measure discussion afterwards. Restores faith in people. We’ll start with Biden’s lead in polling—both state, national and why fewer undecideds than 2020 matters—and why… Continue reading Reading: Why Joe Biden is Going to Win – Kendall’s Newsletter

Reading: Reopening Indiana University? Troubled Reflections of a Wayward Professor

From Reopening Indiana University? Troubled Reflections of a Wayward Professor Very complete and compelling analysis of IU’s re-opening plan by Jeffrey Isaac, a professor of Political Science at the university. Brings a much-missing public policy perspective to the discussion. Brings, also, the much-needed insider knowledge of how state university system admins make and affirm decisions with… Continue reading Reading: Reopening Indiana University? Troubled Reflections of a Wayward Professor

What I’m reading 9 Feb 2017 through 19 Feb 2017

Donald Trump and the Enemies of the American People – The New Yorker – How to define the enemy as anyone who challenges power > an old-fashioned autocrat wielding a very familiar rhetorical strategy. > all follow a general pattern. They attack and threaten the press with deliberate and ominous intensity; the press, in turn,… Continue reading What I’m reading 9 Feb 2017 through 19 Feb 2017

What I’m reading 21 Jun 2016 through 28 Jun 2016

And the Pulitzer goes to… a computer | Technology | The Guardian – Journalism stories compiled by algorithm – a lot like procedural poetry. – (DH ) [priv] How My “Disarm Hate” Slogan Went Viral (A Lesson in Network Communities and Networks, Part I) – For erhet fall 2016 – (erhetoric rhetorical_velocity ) Trump: The… Continue reading What I’m reading 21 Jun 2016 through 28 Jun 2016

What I’m reading 9 Jan 2016

Kathleen Fitzpatrick – The Pleasure of the Blog: e Early Novel, the Serial, and the Narrative Archive – – (DH #en3177 en3177 ) Jan Schmidt – Blogging Practices: An Analytical Framework – "This article proposes a general model to analyze and compare different uses of the blog format. Based on ideas from sociological structuration theory,… Continue reading What I’m reading 9 Jan 2016

bookmarks for June 5th, 2012 through June 7th, 2012

to zapruder – to over-analyze s visual. and here's a good example of both the identifiaction of elements and their analysis. "Let’s over-analyze a bit, just because we can." – (neologism zapruder icons analysis ) Half an Hour: Education as Platform: The MOOC Experience and what we can do to make it better – characteristics… Continue reading bookmarks for June 5th, 2012 through June 7th, 2012

bookmarks for April 8th, 2010 through April 10th, 2010

if:book: slow reading – "slow viewing of a movie – Werner Herzog's Aguirre, the Wrath of God. " S/Z comes to the movie screen. Hadn't thought of how well DVD and random access support this kind of viewing – but that's because I don't teach film. – (reading slow_reading analysis film semiotics ) Tweeting 101:… Continue reading bookmarks for April 8th, 2010 through April 10th, 2010