What I’m reading 29 Jan 2017 through 6 Feb 2017

Vie and deWinter – Disrupting Intellectual Property, from Wikis in Composition – For teachers mainly. > By challenging the authority of the single authorial voice, wikis also call into question traditional notions of intellectual property as a market commodity. These notions propagate the argument that ideas are a unique product of individual labor and can… Continue reading What I’m reading 29 Jan 2017 through 6 Feb 2017

What I’m reading 24 Oct 2016 through 27 Oct 2016

Trump is no outsider: he mirrors our political culture – I didn't think I would bother with statements of the obvious, but hey ha. Trump puts the ideology of the right into the limelight, where it promptly and predictably melts. "What is new and different about him is that he has streamlined these narratives into… Continue reading What I’m reading 24 Oct 2016 through 27 Oct 2016

What I’m reading 7 Mar 2016 through 16 Mar 2016

Authoring, Audience, Authority: Lessons from Student Contributions to the DRC Wiki – Interesting to see that urbane students have the same issues with wikis and DH concepts as the more parochial students I work with. But why o why ask students to follow wikipedia guidelines of NPOV? Why recreate wikipedia? Write wiki entries from local… Continue reading What I’m reading 7 Mar 2016 through 16 Mar 2016

What I’m reading 28 Feb 2016 through 4 Mar 2016

Precarious Deliberation and Failing Faster: The Value of Glitch in Multimodal Public Writing Assignments – – (dh composing comp_theory ) Bootstrapping the Library | Hapgood – – (dh fedwiki wikity scaffolding scholarship2.0 ) Collaborative Literary Creation and Control – Co-written article, addresses collab in Webster's Revised, Pound and Eliot. Looks at collaborative techniques as they… Continue reading What I’m reading 28 Feb 2016 through 4 Mar 2016

bookmarks for December 27th, 2012

What the New York Times’s ‘Snow Fall’ Means to Online Journalism’s Future – Technology – The Atlantic Wire – – (none) How The New York Times’ ‘Snow Fall’ project unifies text, multimedia | Poynter. – The discussion of how the piece was composed demonstrates that it is more like vid and simulation inserted into the… Continue reading bookmarks for December 27th, 2012

bookmarks for August 13th, 2012

Heavy dose of hyperlinks gets defamation lawsuit against Gizmodo tossed | Ars Technica – court rules that readers are intelligent. – (fyc ) Theorizing Google Docs: 10 Tips for Navigating Online Collaboration | Collaboration | HYBRID PEDAGOGY – How Jesse Stommel came to love google docs as articulated as theory in praxis. – (wikis google… Continue reading bookmarks for August 13th, 2012

bookmarks for September 8th, 2010 through September 14th, 2010

edtechpost – PLE Diagrams – Mother of all PLE diagrams compilation – (#plenk2010 ple visualization ) if:book: the truth is in the back and forth – A complete history of the Wikipedia article on the Iraq War (the second one) in XII volumes, printed. We *so* need a semiotics of writing. "Four years later, we… Continue reading bookmarks for September 8th, 2010 through September 14th, 2010

bookmarks for March 8th, 2010

Andreessen’s Advice To Old Media: “Burn The Boats” – is longstanding recommendation that they should shut down their print editions and embrace the Web wholeheartedly. “You gotta burn the boats,” he told me, “you gotta commit.” His point is that if traditional media companies don’t burn their own boats, somebody else will. – (print publishing… Continue reading bookmarks for March 8th, 2010