Monthly Archives: October 2010

Online Identities

When a friend suggesed back in 2007 that I should write a blog, I scoffed and said, “Me?  I don’t have anything to say!”  Still, I was intrigued by the concept of blogging.  I tried a couple of different platforms, … Continue reading

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Makin’ Movies

Even though I am a non-credit student auditing this class, I’m trying to complete the assignments given to the credit students.  One such assignment was to make an introduction “video”. My little point-and-shoot camera has a video mode.  I knew … Continue reading

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Pause

OK.  Whew. Last fall when I took a digital photography class, our teacher encouraged us to find some way to record our learning and reflect on it, etc…  I (of course) chose a blog.  It was so fun for me … Continue reading

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Wesch: The Machine is (Changing) Us

I’ve watched the video twice now…  I find it fascinating…  I find the ideas intriguing…  I find myself contemplating my own use of technology and social networking platforms, considering my motives and whether I feel fulfilled as a result of … Continue reading

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(my personal) Technology Evolution

I took my first computer class when I was a senior in high school.  We did the lecture and planning pieces in my favorite math teacher’s classroom.  We were learning to write programs in FORTRAN.  FORmula TRANslation.  It’s a computer … Continue reading

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Yikes!

I’m not totally unfamiliar with the Internet… Still, I’m having a bit of a hard time getting up to speed participating in this class.  I’ve been clicking through the class notes and student blogs, watching videos, pondering, dicussing ideas with … Continue reading

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