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The Incubator Classroom

Tim Owens and I had some fun this week in our new incubator classroom that is attached to the DTLT suite in UMW’s new Information and Technology Convergence Center. It’s a completely awesome space, and we haven’t really had the … Continue reading

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Network Randoms

I’m just about finished with Katie Hafner and Matthew Lyon’s 1998 1996 history of the creation of the internet Where Wizards Stay Up Late. I’ve been enjoying it thoroughly, and while I was familiar with much of the general history … Continue reading

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Flickr Feed Gallery: A Quick Hack for DS106

All images courtesy of various DS106 Internauts. Image credit: spur_dotz’s “Ash and Ichabod” Thursday night’s class started in one direction and ended up in a whole ‘nother one. It was pretty fun, well, at least for me. I was planning … Continue reading

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