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The internet has revolutionised the distribution of music, and is doing the same for promotion. Now I am seeking to include the network earlier on, in the creative process itself. I have a new song in an advanced stage of amateur pre-production and I’ve kind of lost the ability to hear it fresh, now. So […]

Dec 28, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Distributed Research, Music, Trackback

The history of Gernika The story of the bombing of Gernika is told in the song. For more information see Wikipedia: Bombing of Gernika The Music The song was set to music and recorded in December 2006. . . Listen to or download < < GERNIKA.mp3 >>(11.8 Mb – 8 minutes 35 seconds) . . […]

Dec 01, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Music, Politics, Spain, Trackback

Rarely do I get enthusiastic about a piece of software these days, and who would have thought that an anti-spam plugin of all things would be an object that triggers a long absent sense of wonder and appreciation at its elegant design, but here it is. Spam Karma 2 is the name of the beast, […]

Nov 08, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs, Tools, Trackback

Today I can update my brief portfolio document to include the degree result which has finally been confirmed. It was a relief that my justified degree title suffix ( IT ) was actually included and I’d like to thank the team who originally negotiated the Ultraversity BA LTR pathway so that people like myself could […]

Jul 21, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Edublog, Trackback

This brief thought from Stephen Downes caught my eye because it correlates with Rosanna Tarsiero’s view “There are two ways of forming a CoP (I say two ’cause I don’t believe in the third, the “built” one)” and also seems to contradict Bill Bruck’s (of www.q2learning.com) view that “blogs will be able to be used […]

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 […]

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 […]

Dec 20, 2005

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by: StojneBabe

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Tags: busking, ipod, paris

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Categories: General, Trackback

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