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Blog Post: Final Reflection Turned Life Mission
I've learned, recently – and continue to further understand – that the root of all communication is the concomitant attention to precision and expansion. Connectivism, for example: For quite some time, I knew that teaching our children to remember specific bits of information in public school was an old way of living, for it didn't … Continue reading »

By wildmntnhoney, Feed:The Waiting Room Has Two Sides: Family Court Support, Thu, 09 May 2013 18:32:11 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: The Female of the Species
I recently came upon an article (linked below) about a village in India that plants 111 trees for every girl baby born. It got me to thinking about the celebration of the female, and why this feels like a necessary part of life for some. In a village in Rajasthan, India, the community raises money … Continue reading »

By wildmntnhoney, Feed:Can the Internet Produce Utopian Worlds?, Tue, 16 Apr 2013 15:55:18 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: Listservs, Yahoo! groups, Forums, Oh My!
The evolution of internet communities has been, through my lens, unforeseeable, tremendous, and lightning-speed. Long ago (so it seems) I was part of a small, local Yahoo! email group that had recently evolved from an 8-person email list begun at a La Leche League meeting. A few years after that, Hudson Valley Parents became its’ … Continue reading »

By wildmntnhoney, Feed:Can the Internet Produce Utopian Worlds?, Tue, 16 Apr 2013 16:16:15 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: The “News” As We Know It
So, what good IS an end-result article? Well, it offers a good-guy (county and police departments) and a bad-guy (non-custodial parents who don’t pay child support); it details the most concise “ending” to a “story”; and it makes the reader feel like justice has been served. But there is no justice, not for Us, the … Continue reading »

By wildmntnhoney, Feed:Can the Internet Produce Utopian Worlds?, Wed, 20 Mar 2013 01:10:21 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: A New Generation of Internet Citizens
They are 5, 6, 7, 8 years old. They ask to Skype with their cousin; they play games online on kid-friendly sites; they have YouTube playlists filled with cute bunnies and Pokemon music and Mario on hyper-speed. They are the new generation of internet citizens. I owned a computer before internet was widely available, and … Continue reading »

By wildmntnhoney, Feed:Can the Internet Produce Utopian Worlds?, Wed, 27 Feb 2013 05:13:24 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: Utopian Justice
Solon, the lawgiver of Athens, is quoted in reference to justice: "For I gave the common folk such privilege as is sufficient for them, neither adding nor taking away; and such as had power and were admired for their riches, I provided that they too should not suffer undue wrong. Nay, I stood with a … Continue reading »

By wildmntnhoney, Feed:Can the Internet Produce Utopian Worlds?, Wed, 06 Feb 2013 20:26:22 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: Two Poles of Survival: Internet and Ancient Knowledge
We talk a lot about the speed of information acquisition and sharing; ethical and realistic aspects of information evaluation; information organization and archiving… and in 2013, these are essential conversations to have. I do worry, though. Have we forgotten too many things? We may archive and research native/ancient/aboriginal survival skills, but do we practice them? … Continue reading »

By wildmntnhoney, Feed:Can the Internet Produce Utopian Worlds?, Tue, 05 Feb 2013 14:53:31 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: Metaliteracy, Transliteracy, Transliteration, Transcription, Translation… What the Hell Are We Talkin’ About?
Metaliteracy, while not having a consensual and definitive meaning, is widely understood as the ability to critically evaluate the tools, methods, and results of researching on the web. Transliteracy is a form of the dusty, archaic word¬†transliteration (unless you study Linguistics, in which case you’re as insulted by that statement as I am with myself … Continue reading »

By wildmntnhoney, Feed:Can the Internet Produce Utopian Worlds?, Wed, 23 Jan 2013 15:55:37 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: Contemplations on Utopia
Krishnan Kumar, in his essay “Utopianism,” says that, “Utopia is nowhere (outopia) and it is also somewhere good (eutopia)” (1). There are two typical conceptions of Utopia: (1) that it exists only in literary form; and (2) that it is an ideal toward which many of us strive. Many of us are familiar with dystopian … Continue reading »

By wildmntnhoney, Feed:Can the Internet Produce Utopian Worlds?, Tue, 22 Jan 2013 17:11:26 +0000 [Comment]
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