Category Archives: Blogo-eroticism and Other Hype

The Perils of Prediction

As we watch the spectacle of the jackasses in the mainstream media blithely continue to pretend to know what they’re talking about after being repeatedly and stunning wrong in the predictions of the U.S. Presidential primary, it’s worthwhile to look … Continue reading

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My Personal Feed

Despite my apparent reputation for being Mr. Hip-to-the-Scene Blogger Dude, I’m not exactly livin’ la Web 2.0 vida loca. I almost never blog about personal details of my life. I have a Facebook account, but I don’t do much with … Continue reading

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Blackboard Patent Celebrity Death Match

I note with satisfaction that Eben Moglen’s keynote speech [MP3] and debate with Matthew Small [MP3] have already been reported and commented on in a number of places. (See, for example, Seb’s analysis.) This pleases me for two reasons. First, … Continue reading

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The Sesame Street Syndrome

Michael suggested I might want to comment on issues other than the eMM during this visit to his blog, so today I (Stephen) want to talk about the wider use of technology in the learning environment. A recent article in … Continue reading

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Change

In my first post as a visitor to Michael’s blog I quoted Michael Fullan as encapsulating the motivations behind my research. I’m going to repeat that quote again as this post is going to focus on change: “The answer to … Continue reading

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