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Bava Mountain High

I was tickled when I read Adam Croom’s recent post about his trip to Trento this Summer. When someone visits the gorgeous country of Italy, it is no small feat when their visit ranks as a highlight. Entertaining so many … Continue reading

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bava branding update

So, I did a couple of Daily Creates yesterday and today, and wham just like that I feel like I stepped through a portal that brought me back to the generative internet of people and things. It’s amazing how far just … Continue reading

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Archiving My Digital Past

Finally started project I’ve been putting off for too long, organizing all my archvied files across 5 or 6 computers I’ve had last 10 years. — Jim Groom (@jimgroom) June 6, 2016 A few nights ago I finally bit the … Continue reading

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Archiving with Amber

I was reading John Johnston’s blog this morning (gotta keep up with my European peeps) and his post about fighting linkrot hit home. Every morning I wake up to an email letting me know a few more links on the bava … Continue reading

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The Great Wall of bava

I’ve got about 10 posts to write on uwmdomains faculty initiative, ds106zone, the bava film festival starting this Tuesday, and much, much more. But the family from Long Island has descended on Fredericksburg, and I am losing ground every moment … Continue reading

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Reason number 12,250 why blogging rules

I’m a pretty regular blogger, since December 2005 I have blogged on average 285 posts a year, every year for almost seven years. It’s not all good, it’s not all pretty (especially grammar wise 🙂 ), and it’s not all … Continue reading

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A bava blog trailer

It has been a long time coming, but bavatuesdays finally has its own trailer/disclaimer thanks to the great Michael Branson Smith. I will include it here, but it will also remain in my sidebar as a warning to all who … Continue reading

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A minimalist bava anniversary

It’s a special day for the bava blog in a couple of regards. First off, bavatuesdays turns 6 years old today. I’m pretty proud of that fact, 6 years ago today I started my job as an Instructional Technology Specialist … Continue reading

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Virtual Language Studies: A Brief Technical Overview (pt 2)

This post is a continuation of part 1, and it will aim to take a closer look at some of the details driving the syndication and general re-publishing logic that is happening on the Virtual Language Studies site. As I … Continue reading Continue reading

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Virtual Language Studies: A Brief Technical Overview (pt 1)

I have been working for the last nine months or so on a project that is attempting to re-think language studies using a fully online model. It is know as the Virtual Language Studies project being run out of Drake … Continue reading Continue reading

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