Monthly Archives: March 2015

A Season in the #fedwiki

What does that title mean, you ask? During the Teaching Machines Happening, I learned many things that surprised me, and on this post, I’d like to write about two of them–teaching and time. Let me get all hippie dippie on … Continue reading

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Vacation-mode

Queue the Everly Brothers. I’ve already lost that vacation-mode feeling. I’m on day three back in the office, so woe unto me fair maidens. Vacation, did you ever happen? So it goes. So it goes. And speaking of so it … Continue reading

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Found Art

In the mountains, there you feel free. ~T.S. Eliot When I can’t seem to write anything new, I like to go through old files. Thanks to the generosity of my federated wiki friends, I have my own federated wiki bookmarked … Continue reading

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Igniting Book Nerds To Meet #OER #wshetc15 Tech Geeks

Are you familiar with the Ignite format? It’s 20 slides in five minutes. And, let me tell you, they are hard to do well. I had a lot of friends in the preso audience, so they were very supportive. When … Continue reading

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My Proj-ing Brain

I’m going to bust out a lunch time short little ditty about Jack and Diane. No wait. I’m going bust out a short story about Tommy and Gina living on a prayer. No wait. I’m going to write about overcast days … Continue reading

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How Soon Is Now

I’ve been reading Morrissey’s Autobiography, and I had to slow myself down to process how unbelievably fabulous this book is. If my experience with Ward Cunningham’s Smallest Federated Wiki has taught me anything, it’s that I was not walking my … Continue reading

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The Bailout Line

As a result of Barb Chamberlain tweeting my last blog post, I’ve made some amazing connections via Twitter, the DM, and email. All I can say is WOW! What a gal. Who knew so many people would be inspired by … Continue reading

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