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I hereby endorse…

Kevin Lim is one of 20 bloggers up for a $10,000 annual blogging scholarship. Many of the other blogs are also quite good, but Kevin–who is a former student of mine–has the best one, and deserves to win. If you’ve been reading this blog for any amount of time, you know that I’m a regular […]
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I admit it: I thought DOPA was too dopey to be very worried about. After all, Net Neutrality seemed to me to be more important in the long run, and more embattled. I never imagined that DOPA would make it very far, and so I wasn\’t worried about it. As Will Richardson notes the anti-social […]
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Virtual Reality @ Real Life

I’m a bit behind the curve on this one. I’ve done the standard 15 minute presentation, but it took me a lot longer to put together than I had expected. The topic: the learning blogosphere. I’ve glanced as some of the other offerings for VR@RL, and this is a bit on the lightweight side, but […]
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Congress outlaws email

Had to see this coming: Republican representatives have introduced a bill that would mandate that schools provide a filter that cuts students off from any website that may cause them to “easily be subject to unlawful sexual advances, unlawful requests for sexual favors, or repeated offensive comments of a sexual nature from adults,” among other […]
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