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A course offered by Harvard University’s Extension School entitled Computer Science E-1: Understanding Computers and the Internet! looks to be the best example that I’ve seen so far of a course that can be offered synchronously and asynchronously. There’s a whole lot more here that I need to investigate, but the course throws the whole
Just finished listening to the latest Twit (This Week in Tech for the unwashed), episode #27, and what a riveting conversation about copyright, the movie and music industries, generating revenue from podcasts/videocasts, and a whole lot more. Larry Lessig (Creative Commons) was the special guest on the show along with host Leo Laporte, Patrick Norton,
This is actually a test post from the new Flock Web Browser. I’m working on a project to upgrade my Home Theater and this Flickr photo is version 1.0. UPDATE: This Blog/Flickr integration is more extensive than I thought. Flock could change EVERYTHING for me. Stay tuned.
I was exposed to three cool new technologies this past week: Hot Recorder – Actually this is one I’ve been aware of for a while. It is an EASY way to record the conversations you have with Skype (and now Google Talk). There are more traditional ways to record the audio from these Voice Over
. . . at least for now. I was using FireANT but there have just been too many problems. It has real potential, but crashes and other strange behavior make it too frustrating to use at this point. I really wanted it to work too. Well it’s still in beta so I’m sure I’ll revisit
This video at Make Your Own Video is another great example of the new media. This creation was an entry in a contest that required the use of archive footage to create a 3 minute video. The audio, by the author’s own admission, is not quite up to snuff. However, the overall video is very