Monthly Archives: March 2009

OnLine Editing

Wikis, GoogleDocs, and now Buzzword Documents all provide ways to share the editing of an online document (as do a number of other options).

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Mythical Myths about Sustainability

Many of these Top 10 Myths about Sustainability are mythical in the sense that they are just elementary misconceptions that don’t qualify as myths because they are not widely held by intelligent adults, but “Myth 6: Sustainability means lowering our … Continue reading

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A Quantum Embarrassment to Scientific American

The latest Scientific American lead article Was Einstein Wrong?: A Quantum Threat to Special Relativity is an odd duck. It almost (but never quite) does a fair job of describing some quite challenging aspects of quantum mechanics and its relation … Continue reading

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It Was 20 Years Ago Today

that Sir Timmy taught the world to play

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Yes, There *IS* an Elephant in the Room

AlterNet Article by Chris Hedges Rebuttal by Betsy Hartmann

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Serialized RSS

At Stephen Downes is discussing and experimenting with delivery of on-line courses via Serialized RSS.

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