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POSSEE & DoOO

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POSSEE by @bryanMMathers is licenced under CC-BY-ND

Doug Belshaw was the first to enlighten me on this self publishing principle, and encourage me to set up my own site, and publish out from there. Every drawing should have it’s own canonical link he’d say. Unambiguous words, and I’m glad I listened. This rang true again when working with Jim Groom and Reclaim Hosting on the articulation of a Domain of One’s Own, in a learning context. But the immediate feedback of social media can make one (me) a touch lazy. Reading Kin Lane’s post on the Personal API, I’m reminded of just how important this principle is to those who would publish…

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A personal API

API: And this time its personal

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So in the middle of reading Jim Groom’s post on The LMS is dead, and getting my head around next generational digital wonderment, I found myself jumping into Kin Lane’s post on the Personal API. As a programmer, I’m aware of what an API is and how it works, that it becomes a fundamental part of loosely coupled, highly cohesive system design, but I’d never thought of a personal API stack with me as it’s puppet master. Or it as my data shield…

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Building a Learning spaceship…

Lego is an interesting metaphor to choose for a next gen learning environment. Let’s build a spaceship! If only it were that easy. If only it was clear what construction was actually needed. In my experience of building platforms, it’s rarely clear. Competing voices, with competing features. But apologies, here I am talking platform once more.

Jim Groom’s post on this and Brian Lamb’s response are most definitely worth a read…

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OER16 – Open…

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What a distraction twitter is – especially if it means drawing something. I’ll see something on twitter, have a thought, and before I know it, I’m trying to create that thought. I came across Jim Groom tweeting the title for his keynote at OER16, and I couldn’t resist.

I highly recommend tuning in…

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