A very cool use of tags. And great article. Good way to think about blogging too.
Why Art Should Be Free, by Jon Ippolito via ThoughtMesh Recently Added on 2/12/08
This essay makes the case for abandoning the claim that art is property–material or intellectual–and suggests alternatives that may be more [...]
Here’s a way to share stuff easily. drop.io.
Maybe students are using this already. Maybe not. Maybe they’re out shopping for technology. What if they showed up on campus with this brochure? (I put some music in the drop.io for you too). And instead of it showing students how to ask about technology, what if [...]
via Librarians’ Internet Index: New This Week on 5/22/08
“This guide is intended for individuals without ready access to print resources and subscription databases in the field of library and information science. It compiles free, full-text resources available on the Web. … In addition, the Frequently Asked Questions page provides answers to a number [...]
Through the body the mind learns. In fact, almost all learning occurs with some movement of the body. Be it the hands in knitting, moving your pen across a page, stroking your beard while thinking, doing yoga, baking bread, or performing ukemi (falling without breaking your face) in Aikido. If you move [...]
This one time I had a Professor tell me you have to start something new at least once a month. Her idea was that we are these “perpetual discovery engines” Apply, apply, apply was a core tenet. The greatest ideas she believed came from remixing. School was this ultimate test of your ability to create.
It’s total cheese to say: here’s your assignment if you choose to accept it. But, I kinda just did. Below you will visit many links. As you pay a visit, pretend you are stressed-out, Infectious Disease Researcher under a serious time constraint to stop a virulent Adenovirus strain. [...]
What about the work your department does -any way to make it easier? Would you be willing to invest in: technology or training or people? Who could make it happen for you; or can anything be outsourced or automated? Below, a few friends from library land respond to various questions -real and [...]