Once again, I find myself with a collection of links that I could have blogged about, but didn’t. So here ya go:
First from del.icio.us:
- A collection of journals in Instructional Technology, found via Twitter people.
- Stephen Downes on the future of online learning. Seems to be the topic of the week.
- Instructions for tracking flash videos via Google Analytics, might be useful to someone somewhere.
- Songbird–a Linux-based music database thingy. Kind of like iTunes.
- Ordering pizza via Tivo. Holy cow! I’m in heaven.
- Once again with feeling–women are leaving CS in droves.
- Why academics should blog. Seriously worth reading.
- Will Higher Ed go the way of the auto industry? Hmmm.
And now from the reader file:
- Should education change and if so, how? Help George Siemens figure it out. I may contribute to this later today.
- Leslie on Tennessee’s decision to require a system to catch file sharers. It’s a great post, very much worth reading as she covers lots of network privacy issues. Also check out my DMCA posts, where I talked about my opposition to this very thing that got passed in TN–ugh.
- Cathy Davidson on the NY Times article linked to above.
- Jane on not having a plan C for childcare. Been there done that. Still there.