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First Responders & A Personal Essay: Which Books Have Influenced Me?

Firstly, I want to thank all the readers who have shared with me the books which have influenced you. I appreciate your sharing with me, here, by responding to my original blog post, on Facebook, on LinkedIn, by email, anyway, … Continue reading

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Which books have influenced you?

“The personal essay is a peculiar form of literature, entirely different from critical essays… It is a species of writing somewhat akin to autobiography or firelight conversation; where the writer takes the reader entirely into his confidence, and chats pleasantly … Continue reading

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Homophily and Heterophily: What Fires Together, Wires Together (#CCK11)

Connectivism and Connected Knowledge 2011, Week 2, has ended. I listened to the facilitator’s session, the recorded version, and walked away with the feeling that we will be learning more and more about networks as the course progresses, from a … Continue reading

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David Crystal – Is control of English shifting away from British and American native speakers?

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