A quick fyi: On Monday morning, Stanford Continuing Studies opens up registration for its summer lineup of online writing courses.[...]
From The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Wired Campus” Blog:
“Cole W. Camplese, director of education-technology services at Pennsylvania State University at University Park, prefers to teach in classrooms with two screens — one to project his slides, and another to project a Twitter stream of notes from students.
A heads up from Stephen:
Free mp3 of Behind Here Lies Nothin’ from Dylan’s new album available at bobdylan.com until 5.00 a.m. tomorrow (Time zone?) Very good it sounds too. Shades of Ry Cooder.
A quick fyi: This morning, Stanford Continuing Studies opened up registration for its spring lineup of online writing courses.[...]
As I gather material for the blog, I often come across content that’s interesting, but not quite right for the blog. It seemed like Twitter might be a good place to add this bonus material. So from here on out, I’ll casually add some extra content there.[...]
As you probably know, Open Culture launched a new look last week, and it seemed worth devoting a few words to it. With the new design, I was hoping to give the site a more inviting look and streamline the overall navigation. I was also hoping to make it clear that user contributions are always welcome.[...]
A quick fyi: If you made a New Year’s resolution to become a serious writer, then you might be interested in these online writing courses offered by Stanford Continuing Studies (which, caveat emptor, I help oversee) and Stanford’s Creative Writing Program.[...]
We have reached the final week of the presidential elections course. This week, Martin Lewis slices and dices the electoral results of the ’08 election and highlights the big and potentially far-reaching shifts in US voting patterns. No doubt, this is one of the more detailed analyses that you’ll find on the web.[...]
In case you were wondering what kind of media we would be most hungry for in hard times (big budget action movies? escapist sit-coms), don’t forget that this is recession 3.0. Introducing The puppy cam, with 22,000 viewers and counting. The shibu puppies are adorable, worry-free, and of course, non-union.[...]