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Richard Miller

Now Things Get Complicated: The Calculus of Desire - 34 views

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    Video chatting, tweeting, gated discussion threads: the illusion of privacy and the reality of vulnerability of young college students handed the powers of Web 2.0.
Richard Miller

This Blog Entry Has Been Rated NSFW - 47 views

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    In the web 2.0 world, there's only one rating for content--and it's self-imposed: Not Safe For Work. What can we learn about our students' viewing culture from this rating system?
Richard Miller

1.0 Media Reports on 2.0 Realities: On Recording, Streaming, and Livestreaming - 52 views

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    Story-driven reporting closes down the future; idea-driven inquiry makes the future open-ended.
Richard Miller

Let's Go to Court:One-Point-Oh Responses to a 2.0 Reality - 55 views

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    The 1.0 world seeks fault; the 2.0 world allows for collaboration across time and space.

    How do you determine agency in the 2.0 world?
Richard Miller

Virtual Communities and Embodied Realities: Public Displays, Before and After the End o... - 24 views

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    What's the future of privacy in the Web 2.0 world? Community? Protest? Reflections on the aftermath of Tyler Clementi's suicide and the end of Don't Ask Don' Tell
Rob Weston

Educational Technology Timeline | View timeline - 101 views

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    Timeline showing the progress of educational technology throughout the ages.
Richard Miller

Virtual Communities and Embodied Realities: "he was SPYING ON ME....do they see nothing... - 8 views

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    The fate of privacy in the 2.0 world: students spying on students.
Richard Miller

Thought Experiment Continued: Cyber-Spying Made Easy - 37 views

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    How hard is it for one student to use a computer to spy on another student?
Richard Miller

Thought Experiment: What Sitcom Best Articulates the Dreams of the Digital World's Most... - 29 views

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    What shared texts survive in the Web 2.0 world? 
Richard Miller

Don't Poke the Bear: Scrimmaging with Anonymous - 28 views

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    Who is Anonymous? He's a sixteen-year old boy living with his parents, upstairs in his room, playing on his computer. He is legion.

    All this energy and intelligence marshaled to protest censorship and to protect the sharing of movies, music, and images. Who is anonymous? They are our students. 
Richard Miller

Worlds End, Worlds Begin: After Abu Ghraib: Standing By in Silence - 8 views

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    Assange profile on dating site released: does this matter? Is this what educators should focus on? 
Jude Kesl

join.me - Free Screen Sharing and Online Meetings - 86 views

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    Screen sharing and conferencing
Richard Miller

Everyone Caught in the Act: The World Peeks through the Digital Keyhole - 75 views

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    In a world without privacy, what is the future of thought?
Richard Miller

148 Followers and Nothing On: Digital Voyeurism and the Public Sphere - 32 views

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    How private are our students posts to Twitter? To FaceBook? 
Richard Miller

The End of Privacy: A Case Study (Tyler Clementi and Wikileaks) - 26 views

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    What is the meaning of privacy in the digital age? In the classroom? In the dorm? On the page?
Richard Miller

Web 2.0 and/as The Apocalypse: What The Terminator Has to Teach Us About Our Future - 68 views

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    To ask if technology is destroying education is to ask the wrong question.
Kathy Malsbenden

Alan November Comes to Town « Ed Tech Ideas - 50 views

  • Diigo is a fantastic tool. One I’ve used for quite some time now to keep my bookmarks organized and available no matter where I am.  During the workshop, Alan said something to the effect of, In the library, Dewey did all the tagging. Today, we have to teach kids how to do this.”
  • Ed Tech Ideas: I teach 3 different grade levels, and my different classes are always researching for one project or another. Students are always finding great sites, but at best, they bookmark it to their local computer, never to be seen by others. Now with our Diigo groups (I created one for each grade level), kids learn how to tag, organize, and share their finds with everyone else in the group. Everyone benefits from group knowledge, and the students learn an important skill that will stay with them and grow throughout their academic lives.
Richard Miller

Bang a Gong, Walter Ong: After Orality and Literacy - 45 views

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    How to explain the change in literacy set in motion by the advent of Web 2.0
Richard Miller

"Growing Up Digital" Confusing Distraction and Curiosity - 63 views

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    Gilbert's study of happiness--is mental wandering the same thing as distraction? 
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