Mr. Liston, a tall man with a shaved head and an inviting gaze, made his pitch: He was… Read more alternative college concept
Technical expertise is everywhere. Good judgment is not.
This post also appears on my personal blog, thedaysman.com The Chronicle of Higher Education recently asked scholars and illustrators to… Read more the new dark ages
Blogging. For many, the term evokes thoughts of cringe-worthy diary-esque posts by angry teenagers, or bland breakfast tweets by bored… Read more Blogging as Scholarship
Lots of people trying lots of things to move newspapers online. Here’s another model: If all 10,000 subscribers are paying… Read more paid online app model for newspapers
Robin Sloan, on generation vs recitation. Lots to think about. A specter is haunting the internet, and I think it’s… Read more The future of media? Bet on events
This post also appears on my personal blog, thedaysman.com, but seemed appropriate for this blog as well. —————- Thank you… Read more dear unhappy student
Here’s the faculty tribute to seniors graduating in our department this year. ———————— I’ve often thought that to achieve our… Read more a tribute
Seth’s Blog: The reason social media is so difficult for most organizations. The answer is simple enough to surprise you.
Note: This is a presentation I gave in February 2010 at the 27th Annual Academic Chairperson’s Conference. It’s fairly long,… Read more If you build it, will they come?