…should not be possible. After all, it’s virtually unheard of for someone not from Saskatchewan to play the greatest card game ever invented. Kaiser is a game of mysterious origins, and is not for the faint-hearted. It says a great deal about the hospitality of Alan and his family that they were willing, and more […]Read more "An American playing Kaiser…"
One down, two to go. This week’s big event is the BCcampus Spring Workshop on EdTech. Although the workload issues are a little daunting, I’m excited how it’s all shaping up. I’m scheduled to lead a session on Social Software, and by a fortuitous set of circumstances it appears my longtime co-conspirator D’Arcy Norman will […]Read more "Drupal-based Social Learning is taking shape — you wanna play?"
This is hardly a novel point of view, but I simply have to pile on my share of dirt to the dessicated corpse of web nastiness that is the Internet Explorer browser. By all accounts it is still the most popular choice out there, which is truly disturbing. Firefox is an open source alternative that […]Read more "Do you use Internet Explorer? Do you enjoy suffering?"
When the jug is done, the presentation is ready I’m a little blasted – two nights of little sleep, lots of traveling by plane and car, and plenty of high-output work. That, and I am presently in a cabin in the northern Arizona mountains, and it feels absurd to be jacked into my laptop. So […]Read more "On tagclouds and half-gallon jugs"
The blog here has been a little quiet lately, and with an even higher proportion of inane personal posts than usual. That may give the impression that I have nothing to do these days, or that I’m not interested in happenings in the virtual neighbourhood. Far from it, the days are just packed, with lots […]Read more "Three events, three trips, three collaborations"