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10 December 2012
by andrew
Comments Off on how I’ve been approaching MOOCs

how I’ve been approaching MOOCs

For a while there, I almost forgot I had a blog. At the start of the fall, I decided to sign up for a bunch of online courses: mostly Coursera-hosted, but also a couple on Udacity, and then in October … Continue reading

1 September 2012
by andrew
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a MOOC disclaimer

From my “Statement of Accomplishment” – not a certificate – for the Coursera course in Human-Computer Interaction, taught by Scott Klemmer of Stanford: Please note: This online offering of Human-Computer Interaction does not reflect the entire curriculum offered to students … Continue reading

21 August 2012
by andrew
Comments Off on some thoughts on open data (1): movements and communities

some thoughts on open data (1): movements and communities

Back in May Tom Slee started what turned out to be a really interesting conversation on open government data when he wrote a couple of blog posts that were fairly critical of the open data movement as seen from the … Continue reading

15 August 2012
by andrew
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some readings on open data

I’ve been thinking about open data a lot this summer. Partly this is because I have a longstanding interest in transparency and government information, so I’m kind of always thinking about that sort of thing, but also because I’ve been … Continue reading

15 June 2008
by andrew
Comments Off on My instructor was Mr. Langley, and he taught me to sing a song. If you’d like to hear it I can sing it for you.

My instructor was Mr. Langley, and he taught me to sing a song. If you’d like to hear it I can sing it for you.

[Note: This post originally appeared on my old blog on June 15, 2008 and I am posting it here under that date. I didn’t want to carry over that whole blog, but I did want to keep this post with … Continue reading