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New Literacies

This past Spring quarter, I took a class called Big Thinkers in Ed Tech in which we read texts from Neil Postman, Maggie Jackson, and Aldous Huxley. 278 more words

Media

Terence McKenna Archives - Random Item #21 - Erik Davis: Data Density Data-Dense

Today’s random item from the Terence McKenna Archives is one that only mentions Terence in passing and, yet, feels more Terence-relevant than many of the items in the archives that feature him more heavily. 970 more words

Exploring Designs for Teaching - Howard Rheingold on Counterculture + Social Media = Edupunk Pedagogy

On June 7th, 2016 we held an Oral History Workshop – How Education Made Computers Personal at Leuphana University (Luneberg, Germany) and online. The workshop was a collaboration between HCLE’s parent organization, LO*OP Center, and Leuphana University to capture more of that history and make it available to modern researchers. 342 more words

HCLE BLOG

¿Son las redes sociales la nueva plataforma revolucionaria?

Por Carlos C. Peguero

Fotografía por Wikimedia Commons

Ya hablamos anteriormente sobre cómo se puede mirar la emergencia de las plataformas multimediales como una posibilidad emancipatoria del discurso lineal, que por tantos años perduró en los medios de comunicación. 847 more words

Lucid Dreaming: Can it be Controlled? A science to back it up?

Lucid Dreaming: Can it be Controlled? A science to back it up?

A week ago, I watched a documentary on Lucid Dreaming. It means this ability to be aware that you are dreaming and decide to alter the course of events in the dream to satisfy your desires… 305 more words

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Shadow Girl Reflects IV: Immersed in the Chaos

When it comes to chaos and order, I find it fascinating how often ideas of each can be swapped to mean the reverse. For example, some people, like Howard Rheingold, dislike order because it places you in a routine, tells you where to sit and when to stand. 1,392 more words

Networked Narratives

The Well and Whole Earth Catalog

A Stanford University Symposium, From Counterculture to Cyberculture: The Legacy of the Whole Earth Catalog.  2011. With Stewart Brand, Kevin Kelly, Fred Turner, Howard Rheingold: 129 more words