What I’m reading 14 Dec 2015 through 31 Dec 2015

Transmission Model of Communication – David Chandler critiques Shannon and Weaver's model as it has been used in common culture. Not merely mostly harmless. "In short, the transmissive model is of little direct value to social science research into human communication, and its endurance in popular discussion is a real liability. Its reductive influence has… Continue reading What I’m reading 14 Dec 2015 through 31 Dec 2015

bookmarks for December 30th, 2013 through December 31st, 2013

Afraid someone will steal your idea? – "No genius. No mystique. Only work. Don't buy into the genius mystique. It is a mirage. Maybe there are geniuses out there, but you can't go assuming that you're one. That's like living as if you're going to win the lottery on a regular basis. No, the value… Continue reading bookmarks for December 30th, 2013 through December 31st, 2013

bookmarks for August 14th, 2013 through August 15th, 2013

Peer review, open access, and transparency. The way it should be…!? – It keeps you honest. – (open_source oer ) A Domain of One’s Own | University of Mary Washington – U Mary Washington gets it right: "freshmen with their own domain names and Web space. Students will have the freedom to create subdomains, install… Continue reading bookmarks for August 14th, 2013 through August 15th, 2013

bookmarks for February 23rd, 2013 through February 24th, 2013

A new approach to conference reviewing – – (shepherding dh open_source ) Personal, Not Private | Gardner Writes – Gardner weighs in on revealing the personal not only as shareable but valuable. "I think those aspects of the person that are not private not only can be shared but ought to be shared. This is… Continue reading bookmarks for February 23rd, 2013 through February 24th, 2013

bookmarks for August 13th, 2010 through August 15th, 2010

Beautiful Photos, if Barely Photography – Lens Blog – NYTimes.com – Optimistic photo- and voice essay on how to see. – (newmedia newliteracy flickr blogging socialpractices semiotics photography ) Rare Sharing of Data Led To Results In Alzheimer’s Research – – (open_source copyright the_commons )