This post was originally published on CogDogBlog https://cogdogblog.com/2019/04/as-in-enabling-the-unanticipated/ on April 10th 2019.
Like what the world needs is Yet Another Blog Post Defining Openness… (ir in my case, another post about SPLOTs masquerading as another topic?). But the wisps of this have been flitting around back to Open Education Week (when I thought, “why just do this for a week?”) but as well in anticipation of the […]
This post was originally published on Bryan Alexander https://bryanalexander.org/book-club/reading-the-age-of-surveillance-capitalism-our-plan/ on April 4th 2019.
Our online book club is starting to read Shoshana Zuboff’s The Age of Surveillance Capitalism. Here’s the plan. Every Monday I will blog about that week’s reading. These posts will include a summary, some observations, and some questions. I’ll work in … Continue reading →
This post was originally published on KK Lifestream https://kk.org/cooltools/everambientdutch-reachwords-to-time on March 24th 2019.
Recomendo: issue no. 138
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This post was originally published on El caparazón (social media, educación 2.0) http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/caparazon/~3/RRfSrRgYMnA/ on March 21st 2019.
Es un experimento aún pero sí, Twitter puede que nos sorprenda pronto con una propuesta fresca y socialmente interesante. La idea es simple:…
This post was originally published on CogDogBlog https://cogdogblog.com/2019/02/keep-blog-syndication-simpler/ on February 13th 2019.
It should be simple right, if you believe in RSS and that it stands for Really Simple Syndication. Going back to DS106 in 2011 and onward to maybe 12 projects and my own teaching (currently for NetNarr), the blog syndication hub in WordPress has been at the center of a lot of work. I can […]
This post was originally published on Paleofuture https://paleofuture.gizmodo.com/these-were-the-flying-hospitals-of-the-future-in-1960-1831230625 on December 20th 2018.
Do you need urgent medical care but are far away from a hospital? We’ll bring the hospital to you! At least, that was the futuristic idea behind this edition of the newspaper comic, Closer Than We Think. And while it still feels a long way off, there are signs that we’re slowly but surely moving into a direction where…Read more…
This post was originally published on Stowe Boyd http://stoweboyd.com/post/181300158947 on December 21st 2018.
Barbarella, Queen of the Galaxy
This post was originally published on CogDogBlog https://cogdogblog.com/2018/12/englebarting-convergence/ on December 7th 2018.
I consider myself so fortunate to have had a few Doug Engelbart convergences in my career. That featured image at the top was made by me after he was a guest at a 2006 NMC Board Meeting. I took my own photograph of him at the meeting and superimposed it from a screenshot of the […]
This post was originally published on bavatuesdays https://bavatuesdays.com/remembering-owlteh-part-1-the-open-web-installations/ on November 6th 2018.
Hard to believe it’s been more than a week since the Learning on/with the Open Web conference (OWLTEH) in Coventry. It was a great conference experience for me, and if I don’t stop and take a bit of time to capture … Continue reading →
This post was originally published on CogDogBlog https://cogdogblog.com/2018/10/not-paved-with-licenses/ on October 20th 2018.
I’ll always take “Serendipity for 500”, Alex. There was a healthy, many pathed Twitter conversation yesterday started with a statement by Robin DeRosa Thinking of changing my @creativecommons default license from CCBY to CCBYNC. I get that CCBY is the more open technically, but I’m thinking here about my vision for open (in particular as […]