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A MBS Recommendation

Last week I had the privilege of writing a recommendation for Michael Branson Smith to gain admission to the masters program in Interactive Data Visualization at the CUNY Graduate Center. And while I’m confident he will get into the program … Continue reading

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Linda McKenna is ds106 #4life

Yesterday I had the opportunity to realize a long-time dream of reflecting on ds106 with one of the many awesome internauts that traveled where no student had gone before. Linda McKenna was just the internaut I was looking for, and … Continue reading

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Form of a Blog Post about ds106, RSS, and more

I am getting ready to map out my goals for this month’s Reclaim EdTech’s Flex Course on Gravity Forms, and after reading Tom Woodward’s post about using Gravity Forms to pull RSS feeds into FeedWordPress I was reminded how much … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day #ds106

I found myself thinking a bit about ds106 this weekend after Paul Bond asked me to look into a specific issue with a student’s site not syndicating. I got it working by deleting and re-adding the tag, but still not … Continue reading

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Catching Up with the Joy of ds106

It’s been a while since I posted about this semester’s Bob Ross-inspired instantiation of ds106, but, like Luther, I’ve been busy! Looks like the last weekly video I posted was over a month ago for week 3, so below are … Continue reading

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The Sisyphean Labor of Link Love

I woke up this morning to a Twitter exchange between Alan Levine and Ken Bauer about creating a plugin that points dead links on a blog to the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine: I might need a WordPress plugin than converts … Continue reading

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Blog Islands in the Stream

I’m not gonna lie, I have been spending the greater part of the last few days honing my karaoke game. Turns out I can spend endless hours on the web broadcasting to a radio/tv empire with no listeners or viewers … Continue reading

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The Joy of ds106: Week 3

Paul and I continue to churn out the cheesy Joy of ds106 weekly videos, and I have to say they’re a blast. No only do they take very little time and exude an air of sub-par quality, but they’re also … Continue reading

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ds106: The Waves of Creativity

I’m starting to feel the ds106 creativity rise and hopefully crest here soon, and it feels good. Getting back into the groove is everything, and I figured it was time for a long overdue Daily Create to prime the pump. … Continue reading

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The Joy of ds106, Week 2

Paul Bond and I are starting to get into the flow of The Joy of ds106 and students are posting! We did a rush job on Week 2’s intro video, but I like that we are keeping it focused and … Continue reading

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