@tieandjeans Andrew, I'd love to talk w/ you about hosting a geekout and profiling you for one of these http://t.co/Ao1PlUaySR interested?
@GailDesler Gail, would like to interview you for a profile: http://t.co/AeoUhGMRKl email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested
"While many people like to focus the negative commentary surrounding Google Glass, from the creepy factor to getting users tossed out of bars, the Internet giant is hoping to do some good with the computerized frames.
Beyond Google Glass: The cybernetic headband
In honor of Earth Day, the Mountain View, Calif.-based corporation is launching a contest that should drum up some new use cases for Glass -- notably in the nonprofit sector.
Highlighting the deployment of Glass and Glassware apps from the Arctic to the Amazon by the World Wildlife Fund as just one example, Google plans to award five U.S.-based nonprofits each with a Glass unit, a trip to a Google office for training, a $25,000 grant, and additional support from Google developers.
The shape of the universe. My quasi-religious paean to trees. http://t.co/aeMsc3fZ
Now is the time of year to point to my olden paean to trees - the shape of the universe... http://t.co/CO9NBNDqCT
My paean to trees: http://t.co/CO9NBNVzR1
"There remains a disheartening chasm between what we think of as assistive tech versus good design. Glass is struggling because it hovers between the two.
This aversion to assistive technology is a well-documented phenomenon. Scholars and designers have noted the stigma associated with such devices. In his 2009 book Design Meets Disability, British industrial designer Graham Pullin attempts to bridge this gap. Pullin imagines a world where hotshot designers like Apple’s Jonathan Ive might revolutionize tools for the disabled. That’s hardly reality yet."
"The program, called BirdReturns, starts with data from eBird, the pioneering citizen science project that asks birders to record sightings on a smartphone app and send the information to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in upstate New York.
By crunching data from the Central Valley, eBird can generate maps showing where virtually every species congregates in the remaining wetlands. Then, by overlaying those maps on aerial views of existing surface water, it can determine where the birds’ need for habitat is greatest….
Online course on Literacy of Cooperation May 1-June 5. Limit 30 learners. Contact howard @ rheingold dotcom http://t.co/tuh3sKkMb6
Online course on Literacy of Cooperation May 1-June 12 contact howard at rheingold dotcom http://t.co/tuh3sKkMb6
Online course: Literacy of Cooperation May 1-June 5. Limit 30 learners. Contact howard @ rheingold dotcom http://t.co/tuh3sKkMb6
10 colearners have signed up for Literacy of Cooperation, need 5 more for minimum cohort http://t.co/tuh3sKkMb6
10 co learners have signed up for Literacy of Cooperation online course. Cohort capped at 3o. Apr 30 - June 12 http://t.co/tuh3sKkMb6
Just need 4 or 5 more colearners to make up a cohort: Literacy of Cooperation Apr 30 - Jun 12 contact me http://t.co/tuh3sKkMb6
Looking for 3-4 learners to fill cohort: online Literacy of Cooperation course - email howard @ rheingold dotcom http://t.co/tuh3sKkMb6
I wrote http://t.co/zgZNUFmlhC for @dmrlesearchhub abt what I learned from my online courses such as
Online course Apr 30 - Jun 12 Cooperation Theory registration closes 4/24 contact me if interested
http://t.co/tuh3sKkMb6 aims for 20-30, no more than 30, is our goal of learning quickly how to form a learning community w. strangers online
I sell some things I create, e.g. http://t.co/tuh3sKkMb6 & give away most of what I create, e.g., http://t.co/8lmg3kPRiN
We have minimum cohort, 10 seats still available, Literacy Of Cooperation online course 4/30-6/12
registration for online Literacy of Cooperation closes in 2 weeks; 7 slots left
Online Literacy of Cooperation course; registration closes in 2 weeks; 7 slots left:
6 spots left for online course on cooperation theory; Apr 30 - Jun 12
Room for 5 more co-learners: online course Literacy of Cooperation, Apr 30 Jun 12 Registration closes Thursday. http://t.co/RqwOCLfxsK
4 days left to register; 5 slots open: online course Literacy of Cooperation, Apr 30 - Jun 12 http://t.co/RqwOCLfxsK
3 days left to register; 5 slots open: online course Literacy of Cooperation, Apr 30 - Jun 12 http://t.co/RqwOCLfxsK
Three 1-hour Arduino Geekouts on wearables, tinkering to learn, & enviro-sensors & citizen science https://t.co/z86gCL3wAF
4 Arduino geekout videos: wearables, sensors, invent to learn, makey-makey https://t.co/z86gCL3wAF
Videos of #Ardino geekouts on sensors, wearables, citizen science, tinkering to learn, more http://t.co/e7DA1dP0uD
8 videos of #arduino geekouts https://t.co/z86gCL3wAF
I'm always looking for #arduino mavens interested in guest-starring in a geekout. Videos of previous https://t.co/z86gCL3wAF
7 videos of #arduino geekouts https://t.co/z86gCL3wAF
#arduino sensors, educators, citizen science, visual programming, wearables, & more: 9 videos of geekouts http://t.co/dizuBHzMk8
.@jeffsonstein @WMichelleWho I'd love to talk 2 2/ you if UR interested. Videos of various #arduino geekouts: https://t.co/z86gCKMtyF
Videos of 11 #arduino geekouts: https://t.co/z86gCKMtyF
RT @geek_outs: Here are some of our greatest #Arduino hits c/o @hrheingold https://t.co/aewqb443Z3 #ArduinoD14
@birdbraintech Interested in demoing Hummingbird in a geekout on air? Previous episodes: https://t.co/z86gCKMtyF
12 videos of #arduino geekouts: https://t.co/JIL3xEKKRj
Video of last weeks geekout on wearable LEDs w/ light sensors w/ @WMichelleWho http://t.co/pK9iuR2FJS
"A pair of glasses that can project information or perform actions on a virtual screen in front of you about pretty much anything and all you have to do is ask. Driving directions. LinkedIn LNKD +1.33% connections. Order history. A photo. A video. A phone call. An email. The options seem limitless. And they are. Google GOOG -1.3% Glass really is a great idea. The technology can and probably will change the world. So how did Google screw it up?
2013 Benkler chapter on commons-based peer production http://t.co/Mh7x11Jt99
"The commons is a way of allocating access and use rights in resources that does not give anyone exclusive rights to exclude anyone else.
A city street is a commons: anyone who has a car or a bicycle can drive on the road; anyone who can walk or use a wheelchair can travel the sidewalks. No individual or company has the right to exclude anyone or charge them for access. From streets and highways, to canals and waterways, major shipping lanes and navigable rivers; basic scientific knowledge, mathematical algorithms, basic ideas; all these have been kept as commons in modern market economies because they provide enormous freedom of action to a wide range of productive behaviors—both economic and social."
My dmlcentral profile on @cogdog "Alan Levine, pedagogical technologist" http://t.co/Vms6c4NEMR
RT @dmlresearchhub: New DMLcentral post: Conversation with Alan Levine, Pedagogical Technologist http://t.co/o0wFTSlF8f http://t.co/nXTaidf…
"ig data. Little data. Deep data. Surface data. Noisy, unstructured data. Big. The world of data has gone from being analogue and digital, qualitative and quantitative, transactional and a by-product, to, simply, BIG. It is as if we couldn’t quite deal with its omnipotence and just ran out of adjectives. BIG. With all the data power it is supposedly meant to entail, one might have thought that a slightly better descriptive term might have been latched onto. But, no. BIG. Just BIG.
For those who may have missed the data obsessed world, ‘big data’ is causing a bit of storm. To be fair, it is more a future storm, with organisations, public and private firms and governments preparing for all that it will bring."
Student-led compendium of crap detection resources
My students R helping create a resource 4 crap detection. Want to help? http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8
Crap detection resource begun by my students; contact me if you want to edit; feel free to share, use: http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8
Looking for good crap detection resources under "Medical" for http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8
.@RobinGood & @jobsworth both added resources to http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8 -- thank you! Any others want editing privs to add resources?
@amyburvall Beautiful! Would you or your students like to add to http://t.co/uGTyW5XRVg ? Just let me know who to give editing privs
One of my students added medical crap detection resources, derived from Net Smart, to http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8 -- open to suggestions for more
Compendium of online crap detection resources grows daily. All can comment; request privs to edit. Spread the word http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8
Added suggested resources to crap detection toolkit - anyone can comment; ask me for editing privs. Thx, @MaryHodder http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8
.@sebastienmarion Thanks! I added Verification Handbook to crap detection resource center http://t.co/Wk5XCryqqS http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8
@kegill Thank you, Kathy. I added it to http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8 - let me know if you want editing privs
A couple new editors have added to crap detection resource. Anybody can suggest via comment http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8
Today is a good day to exercise online crap detection http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8
.@APassEducation de nada! More crap detection resources: http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8
.@RobinGood & others continue to add crap detection resources. Comment-suggestions open to all. Ask 4 editing privs. http://t.co/uGTyW5XRVg
If you have anything to add to this list of resources for crap detection, feel free to comment on doc http://t.co/qmPEL9hnm8
"On any given day we're lied to from 10 to 200 times, and the clues to detect those lie can be subtle and counter-intuitive. Pamela Meyer, author of Liespotting, shows the manners and "hotspots" used by those trained to recognize deception — and she argues honesty is a value worth preserving.
RT @WMichelleWho: In anticipation of tonight's Geekout with @hrheingold http://t.co/maogVIgomz http://t.co/lT42AT10n2
My experience at Reed in 2 pix from 1964 and 1968 (2/2) http://t.co/J1FFemhwgx