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Too Long; Didn’t Read #155

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. Seeing the human condition TL;DR #155 - 6/22/2018 I received a couple of great emails this week that pushed my thinking. Steve McCrea sent along a video and a couple posts I started writing about on my breadcrumbs site. I also received a lot of feedback…

Interviewing my digital domains

Alan Levine recently posted a series of questions to help others think through some of thoughts and motivations as we develop and maintain a domain of our own. I've written a lot about this in the past, and I'll try to include some links to content/posts as I respond to the prompts. This is a…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #154

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. Love, lies, & general half-truths TL;DR #154 - 6/08/2018 This week I posted the following: Creating a domain of their own for educators (& students) in early childhood education - I gave a keynote at the Early Childhood Summit here in Charleston, SC this week. My…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #153

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. Deep thoughts about screentime TL;DR #153 - 6/08/2018 This week I posted the following: Possible cultural & technological futures of digital scholarship - This post is a bit of a deep dive, but it sums up my thinking about the futures of scholarship and publishing…inspired by…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #152

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. The answer machine TL;DR #152 - 6/01/2018 ![) This week I posted the following: Identifying what we can control in our own lives - This post provides some guidance from Stoic philosophies about your locus of control. Blogging, small-b, Big B - This post digs into…

Blogging, small-b, Big B

I've written quite a bit about blogging, and my creation of open education resources over the past on this website. A lot has changed in my blogging habits, and general digital identity construction since those posts. Most of the response that I get from colleagues, students, and tenure committees is "why in the world would…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #151

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. Just keep moving forward TL;DR #151 - 5/25/2018 This week I posted the following: Better visions of ourselves: Human futures, user data, & The Selfish Ledger - This post is a bit of a long read, but it is my reflection/response to the Selfish Ledger video…