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Monogamous Book Club, Episode 3: The Iron Heel

A couple of weeks ago Paul Bond reached out asking if I wanted to discuss Jack London’s 1908 dystopian novel The Iron Heel. I had recently read White Fang with my kids, so I was definitely game. I had heard … Continue reading

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The Monogamous Book Club: Inauspicious Beginnings

Well, I spent much of this morning configuring my computer for the first episode of The Monogamous Podcast. I use Alan Levine’s Rube Goldberg machine to broadcast on ds106rad.io. I am gonna leave a screenshot of my Ladiocast settings for … Continue reading

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Michigan State University Domains: “No Scholarly Activity without a Digital Artefact”

I have been dying to catch up with the good folks at Michigan State University and talk about the work they’re doing on the ground with their domains project. I was quite struck by Chris Long‘s ability to so brilliantly … Continue reading

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Algorythmic Radio: Episode 1 – “1987”

Earlier this week I started a new radio show titled “Algorythmic Radio” on ds106radio. I plan on doing one or two shows a week until I get tired of it. I have no real reason beyond the fact that I … Continue reading

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Domains 17 Interview with Jon Udell: “Digital Polarization and a Web of Evidence”

Last Friday the Domains 17 conference committee interviewed Jon Udell live on ds106rad.io in anticipation of his presentation at the conference in June. (Still haven’t registered? Here’s the link!) If you have read the bava for any amount of time, it will … Continue reading

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Old, New Radio Friends

On Friday Tim, Lauren, Adam, and I interviewed Jon Udell in anticipation of his presentation at Domains 17. He never disappoints, and that discussion should be up and available tomorrow for anyone interested (I’ll be sure to blog and link). … Continue reading

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Noir 106: ds106’s Dark Turn

We’re already well into week 4 of Noir 106 and I am just realizing I haven’t officially blogged about this iteration of the multi-faceted cultural chameleon that is ds106 (#4life).  Coming off the focused, intense tour de force that was wire106 (a … Continue reading

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Wire 106 Radio: S02E03/E04/E05 “Hot Shots,” “Hard Cases,” and “Undertow”

Below are the discussions of the The Wire episodes we had during week 4 of ds106. They were all done on ds106radio given we were introducing audio and focusing on listening. Turns out it was also very useful for me because it forced me to get back … Continue reading

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Wire 106 Listen Along on ds106radio (#4life)

Its so different to just listen to an episode…#wire106 — John Meadows (@Physx28) September 17, 2014 Week four of Wire 106 was dedicated to listening to audio. Given that, Paul Bond suggested we load three episodes of season 2 of The Wire that we assigned … Continue reading

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Hardboiled: Red Harvest Radio

Given all the awesome blogging Paul Bond has been doing of his hardboiled readings as an open, online student I figured I would start streaming and archiving the classes for anyone who might have any interest. The students are starting … Continue reading

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