Blogging has changed in fundamental ways the dissemination of information in and from the 21st Century battlefield and theater of conflict. On Sunday, August 7, 2005, I had the privilege to interview US Army Reserve Sergeant Chris Missick, who was featured in the August 2005 Wired Magazine article, “The Blogs of War.” In this program I address:

  1. WebSighting: Chris Missick’s Web of Support website.
  2. Interview: Thoughts from Sgt Chris Missick on the impacts of blogging on the 21st Century soldier, prospects for using blogs in education, and imperatives for the citizens of our nation in 2005. Visit Chris’s warblog (A Line in the Sand) on (Link now broken: Internet Wayback Machine Archive link – Chris’ current blog (active Jan 2020)
  3. Editorial: Thanks to our servicemen and servicewomen serving around the world, closing thoughts on “sustaining” versus “disruptive” educational technologies, and the importance of emphasizing the latter.

Program Length: 20 min, 18 sec
File size: 9.3 MB

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