But I make no guarantees about how long it’ll last. I’m sitting in Rick Beach’s DigiComp Pedagogy seminar, after having lectured on teaching with blogs for the first part of the session. We’re all talking Twitter now, and so I … Continue reading
Category Archives: Blog Research
Clearing out stored links: Good Copy, Bad Copy, which got boingboinged awhile back. I’ll be using it the next time I teach IP. Dylan Hears a Who. When a musician recorded “Green Eggs and Ham” in the voice of vintage … Continue reading
Chuck Olsen has uploaded the full version of his Blogumentary to Google Video and YouTube. Go take a look. Chuck, Dan Gillmor, Rex Sorgatz, and I did a panel together a couple of years ago for the UMN New Media … Continue reading
Oh, the blessing and curse that is the “keep new” feature in Bloglines. It means that I’ve cluttered up that place with all sorts of good stuff, some of it a year old now. It’s all links that I meant … Continue reading
Regarding Lauren’s decision to remove her blogroll, prompted by Burningbird’s post on the issue: I’ve blogged for years, and maintain a lengthy blogroll. It fluctuates constantly because I keep it updated, and it does reflect what I’m actually reading at … Continue reading
Via Ernie the Attorney: Are group blogs partnerships? Quite possibly so, according to Professor Bainbridge. And, passed on by the Very Alert Mister Boyfriend: The Weblog Question, which examines ownership of content in weblogs.
Clancy points to Kaye Trammell’s blog bibliography. Lois Scheidt at Bloomington also maintains an extensive one.
AKMA is live-blogging Blogwalk Chicago, complete with a Flickr stream. Looks like I’m missing out on all kinds of good stuff, including sightings of the elusive window wiki.
elearnspace links to an extensive list of knowledge management bloggers and the 5 best KM discussions. I’d add a lot of these to my blogroll, except that I’ve finally gotten to the point that I consider it unwieldy. 200-ish* links … Continue reading
The UMN Institute for New Media Studies and the Internet Studies Center are cosponsoring a showing of Chuck Olsen’s Blogumentary on February 3. Chuck’s project promises to be more personal than PBS’s Media Matters: Welcome to the Blogosphere: We live … Continue reading