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Audio of Gardner Campbell’s “Networks of Networks”

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Below is the audio from Gardner Campbell‘s discussion of his “Personal Cyberinfrastructure” essay and “Bags of Gold” discussion that happened here at UMW last night.

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  1. Ilene Frank

    January 22, 2011

    The comments about “learning to use books” reminds me of that Middle Ages Tech Support video – which you’ve probably all seen, but just in case… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRBIVRwvUeE. I think it’s a great point: We all needed to learn to use devices that we’ve mastered. We’ve just forgotten that there was some learning involved.

    • Reverend

      January 22, 2011

      Ilene,

      I love that video and I couldn’t agree with you more—and not only have we forgotten the learning, but also buried the wonder.

  2. Jim Stauffer

    January 22, 2011

    Gotta view the page with FireFox. MSIE8 doesn’t show any audio player.

    • Reverend

      January 22, 2011

      Jim,
      I gave up on supporting IE, but maybe I’ll get another link in their just in case anyone is dependent on IE.

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