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  1. Reverend

    Clowny Ass Troll Quotes

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    While not a distinguished Triple Troll Wire Epigraph, I couldn’t resist doing an old gold Troll Quote assignment—and this quote from D’Angelo‘s treatise on power, capital and reward was hard to get out of my head. Interestingly enough, Rawls very well could … Continue reading
  2. Reverend

    Surveillance Society

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    Images of surveillance from the first episode of season 1 of The Wire, “The Target.” I mentioned the prevalence of surveillance camera shots  in the first episode of The Wire in my previous post. Above are six GIFs capturing what I believe is every surveillance … Continue reading
  3. Reverend

    #wire106 Comin’ Yo!

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    @jimgroom re: wire106. To help get in the rhythm i suggest group whistling like this: http://t.co/rFctNxBu0S — George Veletsianos (@veletsianos) August 8, 2014 The video George Velestianos linked to in the above tweet gets at what #wire106 could be far better than my … Continue reading
  4. Reverend

    Nerd Approved

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    The Nerd Approved blog has featured an old gold animated GIF movie poster I created for the ds106 animated movie posters assignment back in January 2012. It’s fun to see stuff I created for ds106 get featured on other sites. I’m also glad … Continue reading
  5. Reverend

    Section 106

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    Of course this would be section 106 of the Copy Right Act of 1976: reproductions, derivative works, distribution, public performance, display, and, of course, digital audio transmission.  106 was never a coincidence, it was always already a numerological lattice of … Continue reading
  6. Reverend

    Open is as Open Does

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    Yesterday I presented alongside Martha Burtis about ds106 for the OpenVCU Symposium. Martha and  I have presented about this course together before, and each time it’s a real treat because we tend  feed off each other’s excitment. It also helps … Continue reading
  7. Reverend

    Network Randoms

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    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
  8. Reverend

    A Study in ds106

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    Howard Rheingold has written an excellent case study of ds106 as an example of open and particpatory learning for the Connected Learning community. I’ve worked a bit with Howard this past year, and it’s an absolute joy to collaborate with … Continue reading

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