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  1. possible DIY lidar module. company was a crowdfunded project, bought by garmin.
    Tags: , by dnorman (2017-08-08)
  2. Extending the basic motion set.
    Tags: by dnorman (2017-02-19)
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    Tags: , by dnorman (2016-12-16)
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    by dnorman (2016-04-05)
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    Tags: , by dnorman (2015-10-27)
  6. awesome. unsecured bluetooth on wearables. even though the fitbit itself is encrypted, the device isn't. somehow.
    Tags: , , , by dnorman (2015-10-21)
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    by dnorman (2015-10-15)
  8. handy bluetooth/USB speakerphone thingy.
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2014-01-21)
  9. Here at UMW, more than an approach to technology that involves some recipe of devices, apparati, protocols, or programs, I think we approach our work as a philosophy. Here are some aspects of that philosophy:
    Default to Open. An idea that I think we were practicing for a while before James Boyle taught us this wonderful phrase.
    Focus on Values. Embodied, in particular, in our approach to Online Learning.
    Practice & Experiment & Play. This is the guiding principle behind what we affectionately call “The Bluehost Experiment,” a project conceived of by Gardner Campbell that really started everything.
    Invest In People, Not (just) Technologies. We all agree in DTLT that this is a core component of our success. It’s not that we never need money to buy devices, apparati, protocols, or programs, but before we ever need those things, we need people to learn why we need them.
    Education is Messy. Yeah, I still REALLY believe this one. And I’m damn sick of conversations about learning analytics getting in the way of acknowledging it. When I teach ds106, I get to eat my own dog food on this one, so I’m not being merely provocative.
    The Web is Us. That one sounds a bit outlandish, but really this is such a core part of what I try to talk to faculty about. The Web (and what we can do in/on it) is not some “other” thing. It is not a space to be merely observed and contemplated. It’s also not a space to merely used. We must learn to live on it and in it because it is more than a device, apparatus, protocol, or program. It is part of the cultural air that we breathe. It is changing everything. It is changing everyone one of our disciplines. It is changing our institutions. It is changing our students. It is changing our classrooms. And it is changing us. We can not afford to take a guarded, academic stance on it. This is why Domain of One’s Own is so important to us at UMW.
    Tags: , by dnorman (2013-02-22)
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