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December 2006


by jlesage & 1 other
links to knowledge sharing or knowledge management site; larger site is most comprehensive listing of web2.0 sites I have seen, organized into many categories; blogger is from Netherlands

November 2006

The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

by jlesage & 20 others
such things as i-pod handouts for folks who get one as a christmas gift :: Cyberculture, Identity and Gender Resources

by jlesage
bibliography, updated as of aug 06, that includes pages for: Online Articles and Journals: Books & Print Articles: Novels: Homepages: Mirrored Pages: Mailinglists: General Resources: Game Research: MUD & MOO Resources

Henry Jenkins: Taking the You Out of YouTube?

by jlesage
what kinds of censorship face You Tube and My Space, in addition to the site's ownership of content?


by jlesage
edublogger gives screen grabs and audio explanations - demonstrating ways of using information and communication technologies for teaching and learning online; effective demos

October 2006

Planned Obsolescence

by jlesage
Kathleen Fitzpatrick is a media teacher and is spearheading an important online project for media scholars, Media Commons. Her blog has many teaching resources and summaries of sessions at the recent Flow TV Conference.

Screens - Arts - New York Times Blog

by jlesage
Virginia Heffernan's blog; here a discussion about dance and music video on YouTube with popularity that does not depend on the viewer knowing English

DIY Media Weblog

by jlesage
new blog as of Sept 06, good authors; participatory democracy in Internet communications

Morph: We Imagine Archives

by jlesage
Media Center blog about technology and narrative; thoughtful writing; group of writers take on a specific topic related to narrative and communication weekly


by jlesage
"A blog about digital rhetoric that asks the burning questions about electronic bureaucracy and institutional subversion on the Internet." Well-written, points to developments in the arts and on the web that otherwise might go unnoticed.

MIT Convergence Culture Consortium: Weblog

by jlesage
Theoretically sophisticated and business-informed blog on Interet and media issues.

Teaching Writing in the Space of Blackboard

by jlesage
Since many teachers use Blackboard, this is useful to them in analyzing how students negotiate aspects of that site and its technologies.

A Rape in Cyberspace By Julian Dibbell

by jlesage
1993, complete text of essay delineating important event in Internet history

September 2006

Blogs and Community – launching a new paradigm for online community? at The Knowledge Tree

by jlesage
theoretical discussion of the different ways blogs join those with potentially common interests

Dave Miller Art Blog

by jlesage
visual artist rethinking what narrative might mean with Internet, flashmobs, etc.

August 2006

Hitwise Intelligence

by jlesage
company measuring Internet behavior internationally

by jlesage
blog by media teacher "profiling some of the web2.0 developments--in a cultural, political and social sense"

July 2006

Read/WriteWeb: Archives

by jlesage & 32 others
useful in-depth articles, usually one a day; not all of equal interest

Read/WriteWeb: Search 2.0 vs Traditional Search

by jlesage & 1 other
upcoming ways to do searches more precisely for your needs

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