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Card stacks

Today, after a pleasant meeting at UPR’s Graduate School of Information and Technology Science, just above the library, my attention was caught by some strange furniture in the shape of drawers. [Photo by me. CC Licence BY-NC-SA] Yes! They are … Continue reading

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Rebuilding The Cosmos Through Technology: Paul Levinson’s Zen of Teaching Interview

The latest scoop interview in the Zen of Teaching series is with Paul Levinson, Professor of Communications and Media Studies at Fordham University in New York City. An internationally acclaimed scholar of McLuhan and disciple of the late Neil Postman, … Continue reading

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Lecture Capture? OMG.

I am intrigued by this relatively new hype surrounding the Lecture Capture technology in education. I started digging, and I found a couple of producers of nice systems which do the job quite well. The job of recording a lecture, … Continue reading

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Technology appropriation by the people

Clay Shirky: How Twitter can make history | Video on TED.com Clay Shirky talks about the new social media landscape in this TED conference of May 2009. He develops a powerful concept which is very useful when analyzing innovation. He … Continue reading

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New tech, new languages

Mobile, Media Recognition, Magic » CogDogBlog Meditating on a new app or the iPhone (one that shows how the iPhone may shift things by an order of magnitude, ie. if you thought you were buying a phone, you’re wrong!), Alan … Continue reading

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