Tag Archives: Mike Caulfield

Reclaiming Portland

It’s been a whirlwind of a trip since I ventured back to the US two weeks ago. I have neglected the bava, and few things pain me more. But that was then, this is now. The trip started in Portland, … Continue reading

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Re-routing Cyberinfrastructures

Mike Caulfield has a really interesting post on the future of personal cyperinfrastructures. The crux of the argument is while Domain of One’s Own is right, true and beautiful, no one really wants to manage their own bit of a … Continue reading

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Open as a Power Relation

I’ve been co-teaching a True Crime course here at UMW (which is a blast), and last night we discussed Michel Foucault’s Discipline and Punish. If any of you out there were in grad school during the 1990s or early ’00s … Continue reading

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Refocusing and Refueling: Keene, Caulfield, and Udell

 Image credit: Dougton’s  “Keene, New Hampshire” Almost a month ago I spent four days up in Keene, New Hampshire thanks to a generous offer to present at the New Hampshire state college system’s Academic Technology Institute (can anyone point me to the … Continue reading

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