Month: July 2017

My Tables are Awesome

This past spring, I was having a conversation with Mia Zamora, Alan Levine, and Keegan Long Wheeler about the NetNarr course. Alan was putting together a table for a website that looked really slick, and when I asked what tool he was using, he said Awesome Tables. Four months later, I’m obsessed. I am particularly susceptible to […]

Sometimes I Do History

Last week, my second article was published. Like the first, it is in an open access journal, this time Circumscribere: International Journal for the History of Science. While I now spend most of my time writing code or thinking about pedagogy, I still occasionally crack open a book and think about eighteenth-century history. Lately, I’ve been reading and […]

The Offline Web

I was asked to speak to a delegation of community radio journalists from Bangladesh next week. A description of the group: Participants will return with improved journalism fundamentals, understanding of the United States and American culture, and a perspective on convergence with and transition from terrestrial radio. This understanding will include the role and contribution… Continue reading
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