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The Netiquette Dictionary

The Netiquette Dictionary incorporates the Information Age. It provides a universal basis for Digital Citizenship. The Principles of Netiquette is for the middle class of Digital Citizenship. 224 more words


The Pitfalls of Instant Gratification Culture And Curated Media

I just finished saving the album “It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back” by Public Enemy to my Spotify account to complete my playlist of the 100 best albums of all time. 822 more words


From “In the Memory Ward: The Warburg is Britain’s most eccentric and original library.  Can it survive?” The New Yorker, March 16, 2015

“Like all powerful things, such poses are double-edged. 

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Attention is a Valuable and Limited Resource

One of the personal resources that’s easy to take for granted is attention. That is, what you’re looking at or thinking about at a given moment. 533 more words


What We’re Missing When Discussing MOOCs: Unintended intentions

There is much talk about MOOCs already, so I needn’t rehash the pros, cons, exemplars and far-more-common horrors as MOOCs reach their fifth birthday. MOOCs for fun, for hobby, for education, for egalitarianism—even MOOCs for corporate purposes and MOOCs for profit. 428 more words

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You are trapped in your Profile, an irony of my age

Recently I went on a bizarre turn and started uploading Facebook statuses that expressed my frustration as to how I feel trapped within this world. It was interesting personally to note how the word ‘world’ also included the digital world. 866 more words

Working in the Age of (Digital) Exploration: Part I – Exploring our digital world

Ferdinand Magellan. Marco Polo. Leif Eriksson. Christopher Columbus. The big names of the Age of Exploration traversed land and sea in search of adventure, discovery, glory and wealth. 540 more words

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