Archive for May, 2008

I’ll be demonstrating Concharto at this year’s Where 2.0 conference in San Francisco on May 12. I’ll use events and timelines from the map to illustrate all the important features of Concharto.

I’ll definitely show them “The Play.” As John Madden would say, “he goes left, he goes right, he hits the trombone player, Boom!” I bet I’ll irritate some Stanford grads but, hey, it’s just a demo.

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I’ve been teaching a class at University of Delware, CISC474 – Advanced Web Development. I’m using a wiki for most communications with the students. It has worked pretty well, though something like Moodle (which my children use for their school) would be even nicer.

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Via Making Light

Here is a fascinating presentation about traditional media vs user generated content; the “Cognitive Surplus” created by TV. Clay Shirky answers the question that a TV producer asked him about Wikipededia – “Where do they find the time?” Transcript is located here.

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