From out of my Action Research ad hoc discussion at CPsquared’s Web2.0 workshop came strong recommendations for Bob Dick’s AREOL course. Areol, action research and evaluation on line, is a 14-week public course offered each semester as a public service by Southern Cross University and the Southern Cross Institute of Action Research The course begins […]

Jan 29, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Tags: cop2.0, mashup, mashups, web2.0

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Categories: Opinion

It strikes me that looking at this new development of mashups from the point of view of trying to find out how you might choose one of them to benefit a particular community, or to facilitate our own learning, could be slightly missing the point. It’s not as if there is an option to decide […]

Jan 08, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

More gems extracted from Rosanna’s feedback *other useful concepts to explore: 1. Communicating and learning styles 2. Linguistics of email 3. “media richness” and personality styles There are studies I know of in these fields, if you like to dig more, just ask me. If these studies are available online then I’d like to link […]

Jan 03, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Tags: peer2peer, web2.0

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Categories: General

J. LeRoy puts his finger on something that has been irking me for three years now. All of these new web services, LMSs, blog tag facilitation, aggregators etc etc are just giving us back something we already had, but under somebody else’s control instead of our own. It won’t hold up in the long run […]

Jan 02, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Tags: blog, mediawiki, wiki

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Categories: Wiki

When somebody asks how they can bend one tool to the tune of another (Littleton,1984) it’s tempting to skip but the reply from “Sy” interested me. I have always believed it possible to duplicate the form and function of a weblog within a wiki’s engine. To a wiki, stepping out into various other kinds of […]

Dec 20, 2005

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by: StojneBabe

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Tags: busking, ipod, paris

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Categories: General, Trackback

It seems like it was good fortune that I didn’t end up going for my backup research plan busking for improvement, since I may well have ended up as one of the starving buskers – an unexpected consequence of iPods, according to cybersoc. But really I think Boris Anthony’s comment at Smartmobs may be closer […]

Oct 22, 2005

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: General

What you are about to explore represents only the very early stages of the DAR project. I’m letting you in through this password protected page because I really value your opinions and ideas and I want you to get an idea of what I’ve been getting up to over last couple of months or so. […]

Apr 04, 2005

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

I was walking across Hampstead Heath on Saturday, and came across Kenwood House and grounds, which are freely open to the public. Inside there are painted rooms, and a lot of old paintings. mostly portrait s of long dead rich people. I walked into one room and went straight up to one painting remarking out […]

Dec 12, 2004

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

  London Bridge at Night And here’s that famous picture of the Millau Bridge in France which was opened last week. Millau Bridge in the clouds

Aug 04, 2004

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

Went to see two films at Greenwich Filmworks, a 14 screen multiplex. “Adaptation” I’d seen before, but wanted to see again and “Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind” was similarly clever and enjoyable.

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