This Week in Ontario Edublogs

Zoe Branigan-Pipe was the guest host on the voicEd Radio This Week in Ontario Edublogs show this week. Our paths have crossed so many times in the past. Probably our biggest togetherness was hosting the Great OSLA Faceoff, repeated again for an ECOO conference, and then for a local elementary school. She was interviewed forContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

Can you believe that it’s August already? I could swear that I saw my breath while walking the dog this morning. That’s not right either. I’m also trying out a new resolution that I used to expouse all the time but don’t do it enough myself until I fell into the trap last week –Continue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Looking for someone I used to know

I still can’t find him or her. But I’m looking. I’m not really looking for anyone specific.  Just anyone I used to know. Anyone who has ever walked through a shopping mall knows that there are so many different faces.  I recall once that Vicky Loras told me she saw my Doppelgänger in Switzerland.  IContinue reading “Looking for someone I used to know”

Quickly find a Wikipedia article

I was intrigued by this Google Chrome extension.  (It also installs in Opera). As in the “About” function, it only does one thing… My immediate thought about a use for it is to check essay content if you suspect that a bunch of text has simply been copied and pasted from the Wikipedia.  Of course,Continue reading “Quickly find a Wikipedia article”

But Is It Art?

I know what Cubism is. I don’t “get it” but that’s OK.  There’s a great deal of artistic expression that goes over my head.  I’m not hating here so Picasso fans relax. Let’s step it up digitally by reading this. Called Kubist, you can turn your traditional images/pictures into your own Cubism originals. It’s allContinue reading “But Is It Art?”