Following Revisionist History Podcast

Followed Revisionist History Podcast by Malcolm GladwellMalcolm Gladwell (Revisionist History)

Revisionist History is Malcolm Gladwell's journey through the overlooked and the misunderstood. Every episode re-examines something from the past—an event, a person, an idea, even a song—and asks whether we got it right the first time. From Panoply Media. Because sometimes the past deserves a second chance.

Subscribed after watching interview with Gladwell.

Following Clevercast

Followed clevercast by Jonathan LaCourJonathan LaCour (cleverca.st)

Hello, there! My name is Jonathan LaCour, and this is “clevercast,” my microcast. A microcast is a short form podcast that is published on a regular basis. Topics for this microcast range broadly, but its mostly about my life as a technologist, and will include:

To learn more about me, you should visit my website, where I post photos, articles, microblog posts, recipes, and more.

I’ve been following the inimitable Jonathan LaCour for quite a while, but I’ve just discovered the link to his new microcast which I’m immediately adding to the growing list of interesting microcasts I’m following.

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Following Scott Merrill

Followed Scott Merrill (skippy.net)
About Me:
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Following Christoph Ducamp

Followed Christoph Ducamp
Social designer, technology, life, #indieweb, #calmtech

My French is relatively atrocious, but Christoph (aka xtof on many platforms) seems to be doing some interesting things.

His micro.blog site appears to be more active for content these days: https://microblog.ducamp.me/

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Following Taylor Jadin

Followed Taylor Jadin (jadin.me)
I am a Learning Technologies Specialist at St. Norbert College. I love when teaching and technology intersect.

tweet, post pictures to Instagram, and occasionally write code. I also like to ramble on the EdTech Magecast and the Jadin Approved podcast.

Ran across Taylor as a result of his work with Open Domains Lab via Twitter. I’m curious about his other work with DoOO.

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Following Heather Sears

Followed Researcher Developer – one way or another, I’m gonna get you… by Dr. Heather SearsDr. Heather Sears (heatherjsears.coventry.domains)
My focus in the Doctoral College & Centre for Research Capability and Development at Coventry University is doctoral training – providing leadership and coordination of training and development for postgraduate researchers.

I have responsibility for a new and innovative programme of development for all postgraduate researchers, alongside supporting the development and delivery of bespoke DTC programmes aligned to the Researcher Development Framework, business/industry-partner needs and the Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers.

Ran across her Twitter feed courtesy of #PressedConf18.

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Following Matt Reed

Followed Confessions of a Community College Dean by Matt ReedMatt Reed (insidehighered.com)
In which a veteran of cultural studies seminars in the 1990s moves into academic administration and finds himself a married suburban father of two. Foucault, plus lawn care.

An interesting voice I’ve come across many times before. It’s time for an official follow.

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Following Paul Hibbitts

Followed Paul Hibbitts (Hibbitts Design)
Exploring and Building Open [Source] Software for Learning Ecosystems

Educator and interaction designer. Building #FOSS for distributed learning ecosystems/#DoOO/#OER. Using @getgrav + #CanvasLMS as open & collaborative platform.🚀

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