We are now in our 8th year of podcasting. I could be totally wrong but I'm going to declare us as the longest running educational group podcast on the planet. If I'm wrong leave a comment and I'll retract.
We had a relatively quick conversation with Rob as Alec and I were in the same room planning for our workshop the following day.
Here's some of the show notes:
Also, you'll want to listen and earn a coveted Posse Mug. Hey, I've now done three consecutive posts as podcasts which is a new record. I'm kinda diggin' the audio again and am actually planning to develop a workshop on audio design. Anyway enjoy the show.
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Really has it been almost 6 months since we last recorded? That's bad.
But it's great to chat again with the posse. As an added bonus we took over #ds106radio and recorded it live. Alec, Heather, Rob and I are joined by my daughter Meredith as she talks about her new book. Alec shares a bit about his recent trip to Australia and Heather and I talk chat a bit about my new gigs.
If you like silliness and seriousness all mixed together, you might enjoy this.
Oh, by the way, if you're wondering about image I used, you'll have to listen, at least to the first 5 minutes.
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This post was last updated on December 12th, 2011 at 03:15 pm
With some heavy, late night editing, Rob was able to get our last night's podcast posted. Nice job Rob.
School reform: The “Waiting for Superman” media circus
Technology issues for post-secondary faculty (informal research for Alec’s discussion with University of Regina faculty)
We can haz prizes?
Thanks to edublogs (especially Sue Waters) for sponsoring the prize for the show. Listen to the show for details on how you can win.
Creative commons music
Opening theme: nervoso con las guitarras by norelpref is licensed under a Attribution Noncommercial
Closing theme: (©urve) Music LatinSaint Style by LatinSaint is licensed under a Attribution Noncommercial (3.0)
Enjoy the show:
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Part of me wonders if I should post this or not as most people tend to save their blogs for less personal, more professional stuff. Oh well, I’ve never been one to stick to the rules that closely.
After 7 years, we have to put our dog Rudy down today. It was a difficult decision, one we’ve been delaying for quite a while but we realize it is the one we need to make. Having never really had a pet before, I was unaware of the attachment and affection you feel for these creatures. Rudy, a Jack Russell, was the runt of the litter. We named him Rudy after the movie by the same name and discovered the meaning of his name is tenacious. So appropriate. Like most terriers, so I’m told, he was very territorial, very full of energy. For the most part he was quite content to snuggle with one of us on the couch and until recently in a bed at night. Rudy always brought smiles from people when we took him for a walk and like most dogs was thrilled to have his owners come home.
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This post was last updated on September 5th, 2011 at 11:03 am
A conversation with all 5 members, we haven’t done that for a while. Rob, Heather, Rick, Alec and I talked about PLP, 1 to 1 computing, and PD.
Some other links:
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