on bookmarks

Season 3, Episode #19 of "Who gives a crap?" - the one where the guy moves bookmarks around I'd installed a copy of Scuttle a couple of years ago, and have been happily saving bookmarks on my own server since then. But I got frustrated when stuff didn't play as nicely with my stuff, when compared to delicious.com or diigo.com or the like. IFTTT scripts. Importers. Evernote import-bookmarks-into-a-note stuff. etc......

January 26, 2013 · 3 min

re: should it all be miscellaneous?

This is a response to Cole Camplese's great post "Should it all be Miscellaneous" - which was, itself, a response to the Penn State Web Conference (which, in turn, sounds like it was a fantastic gathering of PSU folks). Go read Cole's post before reading any further. It's worth it. I'll wait. Really. I'll wait. Go read it. Seriously. OK. You're back. Took long enough. Great post, eh? Here are my thoughts in response:...

June 9, 2008 · 3 min

on edupunk

Jim's been talking about edupunk a fair bit lately (starting with the killer post The Glass Bees, then Permapunk and finally tying in the awesome Murder, Madness, Mayhem wikipedia project), and Jen wrote up a piece that dovetails nicely into the concept. There's something about the edupunk concept that is resonating deeply in me. It's a movement away from what has become of the mainstream edtech community - a collection of commercial products produced by large companies....

May 28, 2008 · 3 min