I’m on vacation this week. I think this is Monday, but I could be wrong. I’m not really worried about the actual day, but it is interesting that one of the consistent things about vacation is that I lose track of time. Traditionally, time is marked by standing meetings, lunch dates, knit night, errands to […]
Archives for March 2010
There are times in your life when you want so very desperately for something to happen, that you get caught up in the emotion of the moment. This is one of those times. I’ve been quiet on the social media front the second half of this week and I’m sure that it raises a few […]
Squeeee! Happy Friday, indeed!
Jeff Swain, my colleague here at ETS, is doing his doctoral research in informal learning spaces and how they influence identity. He’s recorded a short video explaining his thoughts, and then he asks for viewers to create–and post–a short reply. It took me over a dozen tries, and while I’ve given up on short, sweet, […]
Robin2Note: This is a blogpost I wrote–and then sat on–after watching the destruction that was danah boyd’s keynote speech at Web 2.0 Expo on Nov 17, 2009. I was horrified to watch this happen to such an amazing speaker, because I truly felt it was devastatingly undeserved. I’m publishing it now because 1) enough time […]
You haven’t seem much of me online today. I’ve been taking care of business on my end. Of course, you say, but there’s always time to drop a tweet or two. True enough. And here I am, whispering in your ear before I go to the next order of business. Because there’s a special event […]