Category Archives: library

Live! in Your Living Room!

With ongoing social distance measures intensifying with many people ordered to take it a step further and shelter in place, it’s good to see members of the arts community step up to offer live performances and virtual tours. So, here’s  … Continue reading

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Friday Freebies!

You know you like the free stuff. Me, too, which is why I keep accumulating — and sharing — links to all these freely available fantastic online resources. Here’s another batch of great links for free art, books, posters — … Continue reading

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Return to the Land of A-Ha’s!

Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Cañon any more… That’s right, once again, I am at SXSWedu, my annual recharge and renew visit back to Austin. Makes it kinda difficult to get to the “back porch” and drop … Continue reading

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SXSWedu 2017 doodle-notes (Part 2)

…continuing with last week’s doodle-notes from the Land of A-Ha’s: SXSWedu. Wednesday Tim Ferriss: Secrets of Accelerated Learning and Mastery The Challenge of Curation Next Generation Transmedia Learning Ecosystems How to Make Awesome Educational Videos The Premise & Promise of Hybrid Higher … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Lone Wolf Conspirator

Shhh — I snuck books into my high school library. Don’t tell anybody. I was reminded of my one-man “conspiracy” when I read that the final run of hard copy library catalog cards was printed last Thursday — the end of … Continue reading

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When Once is Not Enough: Books to Re-read

The Japanese have a word for unread books — tsunduko. I wonder if they have another word for the stack of books you intend to re-read? Mind you, there are plenty enough books in the world I still need to … Continue reading

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Read & Release

I released Austin Kleon into the wild this week. That is, I placed a copy of his most recent book into our neighborhood “little free library” for anyone to pick up and take. It seemed like the right thing to … Continue reading

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