E-Learning 3.0 Task 1 completed!

Jenny Connected

I might tackle both tasks, but for now, I will write about how I completed Task1, which was: Subscribe to the course feeds – using the feed reader of your choice ( here’s a selection ) use the course OPML file ( here it is ) to subscribe to the course feeds.

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From the feed

Chris Corrigan

Maria Popova’s favourite books of 2018. I’ll be away for a couple of weeks, so here is the last set of links for the year. Happy New Year. Saving Democracy. I am worried about democracy these days.

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Cambridge Analytica vs Beacon – Facebook Australia Quantium

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

These activities would be published to users’ News Feed. But it is very much like 2018. Ancient history? From Beacon to Cambridge Analytica, and Quantium. How Facebook and Twitter work with big data companies in Australia and beyond.

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From the feed

Chris Corrigan

Some interesting links that caught my eye this week. Why Black Hole Interiors Grow (Almost) Forever. Leonard Susskind has linked the growth of black holes to increasing complexity. Is it true that the world is becoming more complex? “It’s It’s not only black hole interiors that grow with time.

2018 50

From the feed

Chris Corrigan

Thinking of resuming a weekly round up of links that have come through my feed in one way or another. I haven’t gotten around to blogging about these links, but I’m sure my readers would be interested in some of them.

2018 50

From the feed: More complexity

Chris Corrigan

I’m moving these posts to Monday morning and will try to provide a theme each week to connect the five links. Enjoy. Dave Snowden’s 12 Shibboleth’s of Christmas.

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E-Learning 3.0 : Graph

Jenny Connected

I was interested in blog posts, the number of posts each participant (who has submitted their blog feed) has made and the number of comments they have received. Graph is the Topic for Week 3 of Stephen Downes’ E-Learning 3.0 Again, he has provided a good Synopsis – see [link].

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Curbing Crap From Your Mental Diet

Evolving Web

It takes 72 hours to fix your feed. Your Facebook feed feeds your brain. It can feed it with positive messages or real world things. Or it can act like Cable News and feed you fear of the “other”. When I was a kid, we had feed. Right now, we have feeds.

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How to Livestream a Canon EOS M50 eg YouTube or Facebook Live

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

2018 version. The computer is just going to act as a viewfinder, as a feed, the camera does nothing but be on. If it does not say Active, make sure you have NOTHING else that can grab camera feeds open.

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My experiences of the E-Learning 3.0 MOOC to date

Jenny Connected

It can also be difficult to keep a track of blogs, but one of the first tasks in the course was to aggregate all the blogs’ RSS feeds into a reader of our choice (I use Feedly). First a bit of background. The task for this week in the E-Learning 3.0 MOOC is related to the topic of Community in the distributed web. This is the task as created by Stephen Downes: As a community, create an assignment the completion of which denotes being a member of the community.

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E-Learning 3.0 : Task 2

Jenny Connected

Task 1: Subscribe to the course feeds – using the feed reader of your choice ( here’s a selection ) use the course OPML file ( here it is ) to subscribe to the course feeds. Two initial tasks have been created by Stephen Downes for the E-Learning 3.0

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How to Create Live Maps of Conference Connections

Partnering Resources

She used the sumApp ‘live.json link’ to feed data directly into Kumu automatically, and then prepared her map views & settings in Kumu. By then, we had gotten the automatic feed working.

2018 138

Curbing Crap From Your Mental Diet

Evolving Web

It takes 72 hours to fix your feed. Your Facebook feed feeds your brain. It can feed it with positive messages or real world things. Or it can act like Cable News and feed you fear of the “other”. When I was a kid, we had feed. Right now, we have feeds.

2018 130

Thinking with SAMR – SharePoint News Changes

Michael Sampson - Currents

During the keynote from the SharePoint Conference 2018 in Las Vegas yesterday, Microsoft made several announcements of new goodness coming to SharePoint. Comments that have shared visibility, likes and sharing options that feed into the Microsoft Graph could be another example at this level.

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Backlash Against Group Chat

Michael Sampson - Currents

The fast-paced interaction feeds the fear of missing out and contributes toward feelings of loss of control. Group chat offers a particular approach to communication between people, characterised by rapid fire interaction, short sentences or thought fragments, and a fun and lively tone.

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President Trump Just Made a Direct Threat to Online Communities

Managing Communities

Please Update Your ManagingCommunities.com RSS Feed Subscription This feed has moved to: [link] I apologize for the trouble. For more details, please read my post on the matter. Thank you. Legal

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Evidence of a friendship

Mathemagenic

We cook and talk, feed the kids and make sure that they can play outside while we have some uninterrupted time for tea. A friend from Moscow, who was coming to our house to celebrate my birthday with me was refused a visum.

2018 116

Transfer of learning

Mathemagenic

how much work it takes to make a pancake cake and how many people it could feed at the end). In the camp of Natural School in Russia kids had to decide themselves when and what to cook* when they were hungry. And then cook that, learning all kinds of handy things on the way (e.g.

2018 116

AI Use Cases For Communities & Networks

Online Community Strategy

Image Source: Constellation Research 2018 Artificial Intelligence Study. ” “(We are piloting)…AI text analysis to draw insights from unstructured data feeds (with reduced dependency on tagging)” Analytics / Insights (for Executive / Business Stakeholders).

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Risky Business

How to Save the World

Don’t want to bite the hand that feeds us. Last year’s Davos Global Risk Forum “landscape” Larger clearer version with legend here. .

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Dean Walker Interviews Dave on Collapse, Grief & Non-Duality

How to Save the World

For those who subscribe to the feed and who therefore can’t see the video and my smiling face above, you can find it here. This is a long (55min) and very indulgent interview that Dean did with me last week. He asks great questions, and lets me ramble on (perhaps a bit too much).

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A couple of musings on democracy

Chris Corrigan

Two links in the feed this morning had me thinking about democracy, participation and local governance. Duncan Green provides a review of the new book How to Rig an Election , by Nic Cheeseman and Brian Klaas.

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Walking away from facebook

Chris Corrigan

Facebook in engaged in undermining democracy and articles I was reading in 2018 pointed to their intentional and unintentional aiding and abetting behaviour with respect to the elections and democratic engagement.

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Links of the Quarter: March 2017

How to Save the World

Will the Crash of 2018 Be the First Stage of Civilization’s Collapse?: The flavor that makes us one we must feed. T he events of the last three months have made it increasingly clear that we’re well into the first wave of global industrial civilization’s collapse.

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