Monthly Archives: August 2008

What it would take to make me say a definitive “I like Flock”?

Image via Wikipedia Last week, I posted the following on Twitter: trying to decide if I like Flock 10:00 AM August 21, 2008from web And got this reply: Flocker: @kamccollum: You don’t sound totally convinced. What could we do to … Continue reading

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Envisioning Information

Image via Wikipedia I was hoping to get my hands on a copy of The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint: Pitching Out Corrupts Within, Second Edition because I wanted to read his perspective on presentations before designing a lesson on teaching … Continue reading

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Stopped in my tracks by a shifting IP address?

I am annoyed.  I am really really annoyed, and my university is at fault.  Brigham Young University has a system called Route Y that is basically a portal to everything that I need to access as a student or an … Continue reading

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Blink: The Power of Thinking without Thinking

When I was traveling to and from Asia, I had a lot of time on planes and trains and I used most of that time to read.  I’ve already posted reviews of some of the other books that I read … Continue reading

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Reflections on Twitter

About a month ago, I posted about my intention to use Twitter as a one-line professional development blog.  My goal was to post every day for a week and then report on my experience at the end of the week.  … Continue reading

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My ideal learning software application

Jon Mott recently asked readers to consider what a learning software application would look like if it were developed with the learner in mind.  Jon was contrasting this ideal with current course management software, like Blackboard, which is often focused … Continue reading

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Gadgets and gizmos galore

I really wanted an iPhone.  When the first generation iPhone was released, I lamented that I had time left on my phone contract and patiently waited for the time to be up.  I consoled myself with the knowledge that the … Continue reading

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