A lot of the time I am asked what it is that I do, what my website title “Teacher 2.0” means, and what the hell is Web 2.0? I can’t sit here and give you a complete answer to all of this, and just running a Google search on these terms will give you thousands […]
Entries from January 2009
January 19, 2009
January 7, 2009
Last year was the first annual Maricopa Technology conference where both Alan Levine, president of New Media Consortium, and Michael Wesch, digital ethnographer, presented. They, and all of the other presenters, were wonderful. The full day event was held at Mesa Community College, and was an awesome event. This year the event’s at Glendale Community […]
January 6, 2009
My friend Alan Levine posted on Yahoo Pipes and a clever little bit of code that gives you a map of your Twitter followers. The code requires plain text Twitter password entry, so neither Alan nor I posted the actual map, but here’s a screen shot of mine!