posts tagged: sharing

Considered Quietness

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This essay is a reflection of the crisis in the absence of considered quietness in the ways we work, learn and live. It was in part inspired by Rebecca Solnit’s book, Men Explain Thing to Me. Keep Reading…

#playwrightinawindow — sharing your raw voice in real-time on stage

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Have you ever watched a writer write in a cafe? Or wondered what is the mysterious writers process many writers refer to? Or what goes into the writing of script for a theatre play? Across Chicago in cafe’s everywhere you’ll often find writers nestled in between chairs and tables quietly taping away. But what you rarely see is the work as they are creating it. You have to wait months to see a writers work rehearsed, on a stage or in a book after many hours, days, months spent crafting their ideas, the stories narrative, embedded in dialogue and scene. Well today I stumbled upon a very interesting project going … Keep Reading…

Who is the big bad wolf in open journalism?

This is a blog post about an advertisement by The Guardian about their approach to open journalism using the example of the Three Little Pigs story, told through and with digital social technologies. It raising the question not just about participation with and through social media, but also ones responsibility in what, how and when we share information about others. Keep Reading…

Is Facebook a hacker?

This post is inspired by a dear friend on my Facebook profile who commented when I posted this status update: “With the new ‘FB timeline’ on its way this week for EVERYONE…please do both of us a favour. Hover over my name above. In a few seconds you’ll see a box that says “Subscribed”. Hover over that, go to “Comments and Likes” and unclick it. That will stop my posts and yours to me from showing up on the side bar for everyone to see, but MOST IMPORTANTLY IT LIMITS HACKERS from invading our profiles. If you repost this I will do the same for you. You’ll know I’ve acknowledged … Keep Reading…

Learning …

What you see you do. What you do you learn. What you learn you repeat. What you repeat you share  #anartistslife