How we do that thing we do

Portland, Oregon, 18 June 2014: The “Living The Dreams” team analytically performs a special session of UNIV 200’s digital engagement pilot.

Ted Nelson: Computer Lib / Dream Machines

Ted Nelson builds dreams out of computers, film, documents, and the oceanic human mind. This interview explores how, and why, this dreamer has not let his dreams disappear.

Living The Dreams With Our UNIV 200 Librarians

Research as conversation! A Google Hangout with librarians Jenny Stout and Laura Gariepy discussing how to find appropriate sources, search library databases, and channel enduring fascinations into lifelong learning.

Thought Vectors Interview with Alan Kay

Watch the archive as Gardner Campbell interviews Alan Kay — Almost 3 Hours of Concept Space Ideas

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Protecting your self hosted WordPress from threats and securing with https/SSL for free with CloudFlare

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My experiences of setting up and using CloudFlare to deliver a self-hosted WordPress blog over SSL
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Protected: What is Native Advertising?

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More Library Mashups: OpenRefine(ing) and Visualizing Library Data

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I've a couple of book contributions in the bag. My latest output is my first solo effort in More Library Mashups, edited by Nicole C. Engard. The chapter, 'OpenRefine(ing) and visualizing library data', is a work up of one of the posts I released as part of the UKOER Visualisation Project on extracting and visualising repository data from Jorum.
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Connected issues (2)…

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… silence.
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Developing Twitter pedagogy for #thoughtvectors

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At OpenEd 2014, our cohort of VCU colleagues presented our experiences of teaching our summer cMOOC via a roundtable discussion of sorts. At Jon Becker’s request we patterned our informality around the IFC series “Dinner for Five,” although I hadn’t seen the show, and Molly Ransone even did a workup of the opening credits with […]
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Dynamically remove Google Form options after they have been selected by someone or reach defined limits

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You can imagine the scenario, you’ve got a Google Form perhaps setup as a booking form and a select option for picking timeslots. As the slots fill up you’d like the option to be removed. I was surprised not to find an example of this so here is a rough sketch of some code that might do the job
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Allow anyone to add videos to a YouTube playlist from a Google Form using Google Apps Script

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A quick example of how you can use Google Apps Script to automatically allow anyone to add YouTube videos to one of your playlists
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Enterprise 2.0 – Are we there yet?

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Enterprise 2.0 - Are we there yet?
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Recent Thought Vectors Tagged "nugget"

Trust, Connected Learning, and Photography

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via: Laura Park Gogia: The Coloring Book

Getting ready for the morning...as @anrcreative would say, Jesus, take the wheel.— Laura Gogia (@GoogleGuacamole) ... Read More

Personal Dynamic Media Nugget

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via: Interesting Spaces

“Other input devices include a typewriter keyboard, a “chord” keyboard, a pointing device called a “mouse” which inputs position as it is moved about on the table, and a ... Read More

Computer Lib. Nugget Pt. 2

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via: Interesting Spaces

The Computer Priesthood Knowledge is power and so it tends to be hoarded. Experts in any field rarely want people to understand what they do, and generally enjoy putting people down. Thus if we say th... Read More

Computer Lib. Nugget #1

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via: Interesting Spaces

The Computer Priesthood Knowledge is power and so it tends to be hoarded. Experts in any field rarely want people to understand what they do, and generally enjoy putting people down. Thus if we say th... Read More

Personal Dynamic Media Nugget

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via: Fully Flared

A Dynamic Medium for Creative Thought: The Dynabook We envision a device as small and portable as possible which could both take in and give out information in quantities approaching that of human sen... Read More

Personal Dynamic Media Nugget

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I reflected upon the reading Personal Dynamic Media  and remain amazed. It was not long ago when our world was changed. Some of the younger participants in this course may not appreciate som... Read More