Category Archives: web 2.0+

Better Than the Bird’s Eye View

Google Maps | Space Bonus: “They are wild things.”

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360 degree Longing For Wilderness + Evidence of Existance

Longing for Wilderness from EpicScapes on Vimeo. Watch on tablet. Retina iPad is spectacular. The point of this new technology is the user can use the touchscreen to move around the image frame. Browser kludge allow for this navigation too … Continue reading

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So Humbling, Together

If the Moon Were One Pixel One real world is enough! (G. Santayana) Bonus enlightenment: Interactive Journey up Mount Everest

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Artist Stephen Calhoun

My new web site features my art, art based in symmetries and surprise. It’s live today! ARTISTSTEPHENCALHOUN.COM I’ll be highlighting some of its features over the next few days and on twitter.

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Body Acting Virtually I.

Interaction-Design.org Youtube channel

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Periodic Table – a web side street

Periodic Videos h/t Web 2.0 Tools Based on Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy

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Visualization of the Internet

Network from Michael Rigley on Vimeo. h/t my pal, Dr. Don

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ScoopIt: Experiential Learning

ScoopIt: Experiential Learning – curated by sq1learning – thus by yours truly Among the flurry of primary and secondary experiential learning activities that will define my direction in 2014, this may be the least of ’em. Alternately, it may be … Continue reading

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Steampunk (Bonus: Dillard & Clark)

Steampunk Examples at Instructibles Guides steampunk Steampunk is a subgenre of speculative fiction, usually set in an anachronistic Victorian or quasi-Victorian alternate history setting. It could be described by the slogan “What the past would look like if the future … Continue reading

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Me and Me Own; Karen Horney II

Schema of the two fundamental personality positions (Karen Horney)

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Social En-Light-enment

via Create Digital Motion Visualism – A new art Form is exemplified in this installation by Jake Snider. Pixels and vectors aside, visualism is work in light. And so, it’s refreshing to see work as direct and evocative as that … Continue reading

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The Adolescence of the Tubes

I loves me some cats fer sure.

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Bing It on Fail

  Yes, I took the Bing-It-On challenge. Here are the results. It wasn’t as close as the 4-1 score depicted here indicates. It did strike me that now every time I see the TV commercial I will be reminded of … Continue reading

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Curation and Its Hoped For Contents

 Andrew Sullivan I subscribed to Andrew Sullivan’s Dish. The cost was $19.95 for a year’s worth of being able to scrape a bit below the surface the Dish’s content of news and culture captures. Sullivan’s project was previously a part … Continue reading

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CIA Goes Social

I much prefer the international party / creep show by design that is Google Plus (G+) over both The Facebook and The Twitter. Alas, hardly anyone I know shares this view as of the end of 2012.

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Two Things Generative

The Disruptive Power of the Generative Internet by FORAtv

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GooglePlutz

(Purloined from The Joy of Tech) I refuse to watch the Google+ introductory video until that point far in the future I receive a usable invite. However, I’ve gleaned enough info to wonder if the G+ platform might be a … Continue reading

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Tinywrld

A mosaic of the world made out of tilt-shifted videos of cities around the world. Hayaku: A Time Lapse Journey Through Japan from Brad Kremer on Vimeo. Crazy good public art. Maybe somebody in the ‘wood will get on it.

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Periodic Table of Visualization, and more

click to enlarge Visit the following link to access the pop-up examples for each of the Periodic Table of Visualizations‘ cells. I’m fond of graphical ways of showing relationships between concepts and domains. Here’s a few more depictions from my … Continue reading

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Slow Motion

Tempus II from Philip Heron on Vimeo.

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