Tag Archives: the internet

All the questions…

One of the things we did this week was come up with questions about the Internet. Below I’ve pulled together most, if not all, of them. If people tagged their posts correctly, finding their questions was fairly easy. That’s one … Continue reading

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Why the Internet?

Why are we using the Internet as a theme? I started thinking about this idea a few months ago, when I came across the article “The true promise of Interactive Computing: Leveraging our Collective IQ.” I started thinking about how … Continue reading

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Hypertext in the ’70s

Zach Whalen tweeted some quotes from an ancient documentary on hypertext: “…pristine and inviolate — but manifold and pluralistic. This web of interrelated texts is called a hypertext.”https://t.co/yxouNxmOVU — zach whalen (@zachwhalen) May 9, 2016 Hypertext: an Educational Experiment in … Continue reading

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Stella, dear…

A retweet from AK brought this article from McKelvey, Tiessen & Simcoe to my attention the other day: Got it wrong: it’s not dataveillance; rather we all just live in a simulation of the Internet. http://t.co/Y2PeWLVwdh pic.twitter.com/RTdt38SnbZ — Paul-Olivier Dehaye (@podehaye) … Continue reading

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Putting a Cmap into a blog post

There are a few different ways to put a Cmap into a blog post. If I wanted to be lame, I could make the map into an image either by taking a screen shot or exporting the map as an … Continue reading

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Playing with CMAP

Here I’m experimenting with mapping things out with Cmap Tools. I used Vannevar Bush’s seminal article “As We May Think” as the central concept and connected some related things, like a little about the author and what he envisioned, and … Continue reading

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