This weekend I have the pleasure of heading up north towards Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to visit the Science Leadership Academy and be inspired by the many folks I follow and converse with on Twitter. It’s my first year at Educon and I love their philosophy of focusing on “Conversations” rather than traditional sessions that have a - Read More -
I’m truly honestly sick of the town mob grabbing their pitchforks as soon as anyone holds a press conference for any new educational offering. Is there a more thankless job than the people who dare to try to change any aspect of education? Mozilla got shit on for taking a hard look at our outdated - Read More -
I’ve got a little “zombie fever” with season 2 of The Walking Dead having started up last fall. If you haven’t watched that show you’re really missing out on some excellent quality programming for a channel that’s available to most cable packages. I decided to give my Fantasy TED Talk a go with a rather - Read More -
Last year a lot of us in the ds106 group were shocked when we found out the Daily Shoot website would be taken down by the end of the year. Unfortunately the developers of the site were moving on to other things and didn’t feel it would be worthwhile to release any of the code - Read More -
I’m not going to pretend to understand the Yam Yarn but if it’s yams the people want, it’s yams I’ll give them.
I’m already blown away by the amazing programming chops being show by Cogdog and now John Johnston who created this awesome Flickr Quote Visualization Tool that allows you to grab random images, remove the extra stuff, and visualize a quote in as few as possible. This was my first go at it and it’s a - Read More -