Tag Archives: Intro Interactive

Intro Interactive (1): first steps

Next fall, I’m teaching the introductory seminar and a course called “Communication, media, and society.” I’ve taught both before. At the graduation someone mentioned that it’s not like, in our field, we can just stay with a course and reteach it. That’s true to a certain extent, but one of the things I hope to […]
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Shifted Pace

Got an IM from someone checking in a few weeks back. He had gathered that my work had “changed pace.” I wondered what that meant, and he suggested that I had slowed down. Now, I am naturally lazy–a trait I am trying to more actively cultivate, but I gather he had figured that because I […]
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“Cognitive surplus” and the big change

Brilliant talk by Clay Shirky:
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Two new courses

My partner, Jamie, was in a center-court box last night watching Sharapova trounce Vinci and Roddick fight his way past Gimelstob. I, of course, gave up my seat to make last minute changes in the syllabi for my two grad seminars this semester: Introduction to Interactive Communication and Virtual Worlds. Introduction to Interactive Communication This […]
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