I published some thoughts I’ve been ruminating on for several weeks now over at TechLearning, in a new post I titled “What are you going to do?” This relates to several different ideas, including:

We live in exciting times with exciting potential. The question is, what are we going to do with these powerful tools at our (and our students’) disposal?

The sad note here is that my drawing skills have not advanced much beyond the first grade level. Oh well. In drawings like this one, communication is certainly my goal, rather than impressing an audience with my artistic skills!

21st Century Idea Dissemination Model (via podcasting)

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One Response to Reflections on radio history and podcasting

  1. Bill Weye says:

    Actually, I think your picture is backwards. You drew multiple internet connections originating from you and moving to individuals. I am guessing you have one connection.

    Multiple people are connecting to the internet and getting your podcast, you don’t have multiple connections giving the podcast to people.

    Just reverse the direction of your arrows and you’ll be fine.

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