Author: buridan

Happy new year

This year…. Ummm. I think I’ll publish a few things, lose weight, exercise more, travel a bit, and try to spend much less…. Normal stuff… Of course today I am still currently sick with a cold. Weee!

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Special Issue of New Media & Society on the Democratization of Hacking & Making

Call For Papers: Special Issue of New Media & Society on the Democratization of Hacking & Making Research on hacker culture has historically focused on a relatively narrow set of activities and practices related to open-source software, political protest, and criminality. Scholarship on making has generally been defined as hands-on work with a connection to […]

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10 things that i think i know about learning ecologies

10 things that i think i know about learning ecologies 1. human beings learn; we don’t stop learning, we learn while we are awake, we learn while we are asleep, we learn when under stress, and we learn when comfortable and happy. 2. human beings do not always learn what others know,  or think is […]

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cfp: Cultures in virtual worlds

Cultures in virtual worlds A special issue of the New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia Guest-edited by Jeremy Hunsinger and Adrienne Massanari Virtual worlds (VW) embody cultures, their artefacts, and their praxes; these new and old spaces of imagination and transformation allow humans to interact in spatial dimensions. Within these spaces, culture manifests with the […]

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Day of digital humanities

I am never sure if I am in the digital humanities or not, but several major projects run on my servers and I’ve done work on projects in the past.  I’m in Montreal today and for a few days giving a talk at Concordia’s TAG Lab and I am at the International Studies Association annual […]

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goals

2011 is likely a transition year. I don’t know where it’s going, but I know some things are ending and some things will begin. Basically I think there are two things going on here… One is career, which while fine and I love my job, but I would like to move to tenure-track. Basically, I […]

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RSA Sir Ken Robinson

SIr Ken Robinson being brilliant again, but with animation

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Augmented Reality in Education

Augmented Reality in Education

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International Handbook of Internet Research

International Handbook of Internet Research Edited by Jeremy Hunsinger, Lisbeth Klastrup, and Matthew Allen Over 600 pages With co/authors from: Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, India, North America, South America From a wide variety of fields and perspectives. Contents: Forward: The New Media, the New Meanwhile, and the Same Old Stories Steve Jones Introduction Jeremy Hunsinger […]

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