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@uid0 meh… if he ever bother…

January 31, 2009 in Twitter

@uid0 meh… if he ever bothers to say anything new or different from what he’s already posted 700 times, then I’ll read him again.

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Gotta Love a Band that Understands the Interactive Web

January 31, 2009 in Musings

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Gotta Love a Band that Understands the Interactive Web

January 31, 2009 in Syndicated

Nice little widget from a band I had never heard of before today – Annuals.

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Gotta Love a Band that Understands the Interactive Web

January 31, 2009 in Syndicated

Nice little widget from a band I had never heard of before today – Annuals.

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created new group in identi.ca…

January 30, 2009 in Twitter

created new group in identi.ca – !subversion

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Are you a fan of ubversion? ht…

January 30, 2009 in Twitter

Are you a fan of ubversion? http://www.facebook.com/pages/Subversion/61237832183

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@nadise I prefer “twitterverse…

January 30, 2009 in Twitter

@nadise I prefer “twitterverse” or “tweeps” :)

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@ravenme oh baby :) so when d…

January 30, 2009 in Twitter

@ravenme oh baby :) so when did you start shaving your head?

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Washington Post: Activist Parents and School Boards

January 30, 2009 in Syndicated

Here’s an interesting article I just discovered on the washington post all about how parents are using the internet to organize campaigns designed to influence their local schools. This can naturally be a positive thing, but also not.

Read the full article here.

This appears to be the worst of both worlds: 1. the school system is just closed enough that only the most well-connected parents with free time (read: wealthier) can break through to school administrations and 2. the school system is just open enough that these online campaigns do make an impact once off the ground.

This type of impact can be positive, but it can also be short-sighted and geared only to the success of a select few. It would seem to me that the obvious solution is to create a truly open community for every school district on the web that engages with all parents, but somehow I don’t see most public school systems being that engaged or forward thinking – yet.

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Washington Post: Activist Parents and School Boards

January 30, 2009 in Syndicated

Here’s an interesting article I just discovered on the washington post all about how parents are using the internet to organize campaigns designed to influence their local schools. This can naturally be a positive thing, but also not.Read the full article here.This appears to be the worst of both worlds: 1. the school system is just closed enough that only the most well-connected parents with free time (read: wealthier) can break through to school administrations and 2. the school system is just open enough that these online campaigns do make an impact once off the ground.This type of impact can be positive, but it can also be short-sighted and geared only to the success of a select few. It would seem to me that the obvious solution is to create a truly open community for every school district on the web that engages with all parents, but somehow I don’t see most public school systems being that engaged or forward thinking – yet.