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Archive for November 2010

Perpetual Transition

November 29, 2010

“Rule number one:  You find yourself coming back in new ways to old activities when you’re in transition.”   —  William Bridges From September, 2004 until May, 2010 I was a LOSTIE.  This means I was an avid fan of the TV series LOST.  Part of the show’s allure was the constant unknown, the ever […]

Custom Mediascaping

November 28, 2010

“I not only use all the brains that I have, but all that I can borrow.”      — Woodrow Wilson I love working in my yard.  While it is obviously the work of an amateur, over the years the landscape is being transformed into my private work of art, scattered with personal preferences of […]

Knowing – Autonomous or Connected?

November 16, 2010

“After all, computers crash, people die, relationships fall apart. The best we can do is breath and reboot.” – Sarah Jessica Parker My good friend and god son has been infatuated with SJP for as long as I can remember.  Today I received this photo from him entitled “Just a Normal Monday Night for me.” […]

Hold on Tight

November 16, 2010

“When I examine myself and my methods of thought, I come to the conclusion that the gift of fantasy has meant more to me than any talent for abstract, positive thinking.” – Albert Einstein The following is a transcript of this “Box or Pig” podcast: This silly little song about the baby monkey got me […]

Transforming Rita

November 10, 2010

“Art is magic… But how is it magic? In its metaphysical development? Or does some final transformation culminate in a magic reality? In truth, the latter is impossible without the former. If creation is not magic, the outcome cannot be magic.” Hans Hofmann Hans Hofmann was an abstract expressionist. According to the website,  he was “celebrated […]

Learners Need a Cleared Path

November 9, 2010

“If, when and how students and teachers choose to take advantage of these opportunities will define the future of networked learning and personal learning environments within the structure of school.  However, the nature of personal learning is such that students with Internet access can choose to participate without that structure.”     – Wendy Drexler Last Saturday […]