Once upon blotted-out time, the abject must have been a magnetized pole of covetousness. But the ashes of oblivion now serve as a screen and reflect aversion, repugnance. The clean and proper (in the sense of incorporated and incorporable) becomes filthy, the sought-after turns into the banished, fascination into shame. Then, forgotten time crops up […]Read more "“a time of oblivion and thunder”"
There has been a mini-wave of “what’s it all about?” posts from some of my fave people in learning tech of late. Kicked off by Audrey Watters understandably reaching The End, fed by disheartening and disappointing developments, profit-seeking corporatism solidifies its grip on everything to do with technology in education. It gets harder to find […]Read more "A trailing edge technologies share-a-thon"