Tag Archives: canada

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me – “Welcome to Canada”

My blogging screeched to a halt while I was in Vancouver, British Columbia having a blast with edtech friends near and far, and my broke ass even imposed on the unbelievably gracious and warm Casa Lamb/McPhee. Worth pointing out is … Continue reading

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Googleopoly or: A Case for Personal Publishing

Let me give you one example of why I’m apprehensive—and I am—about companies like Google. This post over at Coyle’s Information (which Patrick Murray-John recommended a while back) should be read in its entirety, but here is a snippet that … Continue reading

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Why I Want to Move to Canada…

Now there are a lot of great people in Canada (particularly in the EdTech realm) but I have a fine time communicating with and learning from them in a distributed manner from the continental 48. It wasn’t until I read … Continue reading

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