Tag Archives: NMC

Uncanny EdTech

It’s funny how things align, just the other day Tom and I were chatting about some old presentations, particularly the Ed-Tech Survivalist’s “swamp of knowledge,” and I was thinking this is very much inline with my best memories of talking … Continue reading

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Organizational Linkrot

I’ve been going through the paces of trying to keep the bava in relatively good shape, and one of the things I forgot was a few random audio and video files that were outside the standard WPMS blogs.dir upload folder. … Continue reading

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An Archive of One

The great Alan Levine has unearthed and posted a version of a Second Life presentation Tom Woodward and I did back in 2008. It’s a personal favorite of mine because we managed to integrate elements of [[John Carpenter]]’s They Live! … Continue reading

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bavacon or: How Blog Branding Ate My Soul

Image credit: “Pittsburgh Comicon” by RL Johnson. Let me be frank here, I love the bava, I do, I love the little fucker. And I pretty much say whatever I want on it, and really could care less about the … Continue reading

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“Mother Trucking Zombies”

I’ve never had as much fun delivering a presentation as I did last night while co-presenting “The Revolution Will be Syndicated” with Tom Woodward in Second Life for NMC’s Rock the Academy conference.  It was nothing short of a blast, … Continue reading

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From Non-Programistan to Feedistan

I have to echo Cog Dog’s sentiment and hail Tony Hirst’s Feedistan. It is beautifully riffing on the theme of Non-Programistan, a crazy concept presentation Tom and I dreamed up. I have a feeling the fearless leaders of this beautiful … Continue reading

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