I stumbled into cyberspace a long time ago and have been a participant observer ever since . I write books and blogs and teach and speak . On my way to doing all that communicating, I seem to do a fair amount of hunting, gathering, and alchemy -- that is, transforming what I hunt and gather into something of value to someone else.
"The Power Gap," by DemosTV might tell us something we already know (the rich elite are still in charge) but it's an intriguing animation that leaves the door open for imagining other forms of organizational power created not through expensive pre-existing connections passed down through the generations, but rather through creative entrepreneurial discipline, implementing new forms of currency exchange and maximizing data to create new systems. (thx @aptuscollab !) <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
February 23rd, 2010 By Alvina Lopez It doesn’t matter if you’re a veteran teacher or a newbie just now taking college courses — finding new ways to get students engaged in the classroom is always a great thing. One way many teachers are reaching out is with the multitude of material found on the web, allowing them to turn everyday lessons into a multimedia experience. You can find a great amount of helpful material on these sites, including videos to augment your lessons, lectures to inspire students, documentaries to show them how things work, and loads of additional videos to help you become a better, smarter teacher. If you’re looking for more resources to add to your bookmarks, check out the updated version of this list .
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