It’s almost impossible to keep up with the blur of amazing work coming out of the Reconsidering Reconciliation artist residencies these past few weeks. I just had to share this hilarious one-minute trailer for Reconsidering Reconciliation: The Movie… From the ed techie perspective, I must again sing the praises of Alan Levine, who has constructed […]Read more "Mock (MOOC?) movie trailer, Art + Reconciliation keeps rolling"
Sometimes the coolest and most exciting work I get to do comes along in unexpected ways. Case in point, a few weeks back I was chatting live with Scottlo on the mighty DS106 Radio, and he mentioned that he would be making a rare visit stateside soon. Intriguingly, he would be back in his home […]Read more "You can make my Sonic Summer Camp dreams come true"
I was meaning to add my bit to this post from Cole Camplese, and now I see he has even name-checked me in the comments… Cole essentially asks if it is worth it to continue on with Flickr at the paid “Pro” level. I’ll leave that question aside, and ask one of my own. Can […]Read more "Online photo sharing as harbinger of irrelevance"
The Broken Spoke Bus for the Texas Top Hands Western Swing Band shared CC ( BY NC SD ) by Stuck in Customs I’ve been whining for years about the frustrations inherent in trying to pull together the revolutionary promise of the syndication bus. So I was perversely heartened to read this (in my RSS […]Read more "I’m a tangled mess of emotions. I don’t need your pity, damn you! Help me!"
Broken Heart of Social Media shared CC by WebRanking Pictures Sometime over the past couple years, the archives of the UBC e-Strategy Newsletter were pulled offline, the victim of re-organization. Apparently it was deemed unworthy of preservation. The vanishing newsletter hardly counts as a tragic loss as a collection of timeless prose, but as someone […]Read more "A star-crossed romance lurches into embittered isolated loneliness"