Monthly Archives: September 2012

Autumn Colors 1

It’s starting to look a lot like autumn around here! This photo was taken earlier this week walking around nearby Horn Pond. Seeing the Ansel Adams exhibit recently definitely inspired me to take a closer look at the water around … Continue reading

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Like Ansel Adams? Get to PEM Fast!

I just had to get to the Ansel Adams exhibit while it was still at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA! I’ve mostly seen prints of his work, and have always love the majestic scenes he captured of Yosemite. … Continue reading

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Digital Fluency: Building Success in the Digital Age [review]

With just a little time on Twitter or searching online, you can quickly get tips and techniques for social media success. However, much of the writing on the subject does not provide us with the broader framework needed to effectively … Continue reading

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Thoughts from My September 11th Walk

I shouldn’t be writing this. I’ve got a proposal to write. But I had to pause this morning and consider what happened eleven years ago today, on a September morning that had a similar blue sky. I suspect this brief … Continue reading

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The Importance of Timing and Context: Digital Fluency Exercise

I’m finishing up my read of Digital Fluency: Building Success in the Digital Age. The concluding chapter has a series of 12 exercises designed to enhance one’s digital fluency. I thought I’d blog about my experience with some of the … Continue reading

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