Background On Saturday I went to the first Version conference. I went in as my skeptical self and left really amazed at the conversations I was able to listen to from the wonderfully curated panels. I didn’t have any deep thoughts until this morning when my normal train route was not running on my way […]
I totally survived. In fact, I kind of sort of had an amazing time. By far though, the most amazing for me thing was the Echo Park Film Center: http://www.echoparkfilmcenter.org I first saw them at the Mozilla Science Fair, on Thursday night, the night I arrived, and was exhausted (the super shuttle took 2 hours!!!). […]
On November 3-5, Mozilla Foundation held their inaugural Drumbeat Festival on Learning, Freedom and the Web in Barcelona, Spain. These are some of my observations and thoughts on the event. I will also be completing a digital ethnography piece on the event to be shared at a later date.
Today was THATCamp RTP, months in the making, supported by HASTAC, ISIS, and FHI at Duke, and UNC Comm Studies. It was very good. Everyone who registered didn’t turn up, but those who did turn up were really in to it. Everywhere I went there were some very exciting conversations. Lots of stuff around digital […]
So, I participated a week ago in the Peer-to-Peer Pedagogy (p3) workshop and (un)conference at Duke on September 10th. I’ve been holding off on writing something up. I needed to let my thoughts marinate and then meditate. The most important conclusion I came to was that this peer-to-peer stuff seems to be keeping the invisible […]
This October will mark the first regional THATCamp for the area: THATCamp RTP. I am the regional organizer. We had the first planning meeting today and it went quite well. We established hosts, dates, and location (sort of on that one). If you are interested in finding out more or following the development please visit […]