Something I coined the other day as I listened to a bunch of cynics bagging the use of moblogging in an educational context;
The greatest paradox of mobile technology is contained in the fact that we may look back on a generation of mobile users who's unbridled obsession took them far away from activities that allowed them to make real friends, to experience nature and suppressed any need for creativity.
Relentless innapropriate media exposure, unhealthy role models and absent parents ensure that the always-on-the-go teenagers of today will "marry" tommorow, swapping hip-top vows in the back seat of their overdrawn credit cards.
Families have been disintegrated by the fragmented and codified lack of language that is imbedded in this use of this technology.
Who cares any more that our kids are lost to a networked worldwide machine?
Inversely I would like to address these points as they are vaild and need to be explored in order for networked learning using moblogging to have uptake. Your thoughts ?
10th May 2006, 02:13
Detailing social softwares and other interoperables
10th May 2006, 01:45
Debates re: copyrights ! open sorce ! LAMS
10th May 2006, 01:28
Great start to a great day at the AFLF Networks 2006 Networks Induction Workshop in Canberra on a chilly 6 degree morning.
Sean Fitzgerald rolls out the role of wiki's in the open web world.
Coach Carole collaborates with the 2006 Networks crew.
Web2.0 CoMC begins in earnest !
2nd May 2006, 07:16
27th Apr 2006, 02:13