Pseudobook Podcast (re)launched

I'm thrilled to announce the revival of the Pseudobook Podcast. Hosted by yours truly and my brother Justin, we plan to cover the territory of creative people who are doing creative work. We will have lots of guests on the show to promote discuss what they're up to and let

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CU Online Symposium Flyer

CU Online doesn't currently have a graphic designer on staff so it fell to me to create the flyer for this year's spring symposium — an annual day-long event about digital teaching and pedagogy. This year's theme is the maker movement, and so the flyer is aping the design of

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Podcasting with Remote Guests

Ever since starting a podcast with @lyonsinbeta, I've wanted to figure out a comfortable setup for including remote guests through Google+ Hangouts or FaceTime audio calls. I think I've figured a good alpha setup, which I'll describe in this blog post. Depending on your needs, the solution I describe below

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Flipping Tables podcast

I've started a new podcast with David Lyons, my friend and colleague. We'll be talking about technology, games, movies, culture, and everything else. Our first episode is about the woes of Nintendo. Check it out! http://flippingtablespodcast.com

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What sticks with you

I was born in 1984, the youngest of four. Through the miracle of arithmetic you can deduce that the 90s for me were ages 6-16.1 In spite of this, it feels like the 80s are almost as prominent to me as the 90s. My theory is that I am

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CU Boulder learning its own lessons from online teaching

I recently encountered this article about CU Boulder's adventures with one of the latest fads in higher ed and online learning: MOOCs.1 It is full of frustratingly common "revelations" about online learning. Take for example the description of Professor Dubson's experiment in taking his face-to-face course online without changing

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