Monthly Archives: November 2005

cylender recordings: early 20th century music

Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project Check out “Ev’ry little bit” “Take me back to New York Town” dreamland. mockingbird and so many more! Andrew B. Sterling and Harry von Tilzer, too

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P&P ECD notes

Dances from Pride & Prejudice Notes, midi files, and directions for the 7 dances used in the 2005 Knightly P&P

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Flytop Pen

The Pen Gets a Whole Lot Mightier – New York Times The toy is interesting, but what is also interesting is the way it integrates reading/writing/sound. The concept of silent and personal reading is, after all, fairly new. Are we … Continue reading

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Facebook

The New Facebook Frenzy – News Basic article about pros and cons of Facebook. I didn’t realise you must use a .edu address to join.

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2 thoughts for the day

I. Sketchy Notes on Enduring Tropes (and pet peeves?) of adoption of emerging technologies: 1. recurring trope: confusing personal practice with general use – “no one will want to x (read text on a computer screen, listen to a podcast, … Continue reading

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18th century textile reproductions

Dur´┐Żn Textiles AB Beautiful reproductions of 18th century textiles. Also check the bilder/pictures section. Some of the cottons will soon be carried by renaissancefabrics.net Also see http://www.reproductionfabrics.com/ for some reproductions and “inspired by” fabrics.

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writing across the curriculum – wac – online journals

WAC and Writing Journals From Colorado States WAC program

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ECD dance descriptions

List of Ball Dances Descriptions of some familiar dances: click on dance name for specifics. No music.

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Learner-centric, ePortfolios, Web 2.0

Despite the turn that eportfolios are taking away from personal learning tools and towards “a collection of things to augment your resume,” the concept of creating and controlling your own learning is alive and well. Stephen Downes has laid out … Continue reading

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web 2.0

XML.com: Microformats and Web 2.0

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