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to blog or not to blog…

… is that the question? Perhaps Shakespeare’s Hamlet poses it better in the affirmative: “To be, or not to be: that is the question” Like Hamlet, I have reflected on existence, but in my case the existence of something I use for online communication, teaching, … Continue reading

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Palimpsest and the read-write Web

In this post and its thread of comments, I invite discussion about the nature of the “palimpsest” as a cognitive artifact as well as the relationship between annotation traditions and the media and technology that support them: from cave walls and manuscripts to wikis, … Continue reading

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