Digital Campus #45 – Wave Hello

If you've wondered what an academic trying to podcast while on Google Wave might sound like, you need listen no farther than the latest Digital Campus podcast. In addition to an appraisal of Wave, we cover the FTC ruling on bloggers accepting gifts (such as free books from academic presses), the great Kindle-on-campus experiment, and … Continue reading Digital Campus #45 – Wave Hello

Leave the Blogging to Us

The history of genres is filled with curious transformations, such as the novel's unlikely evolution from wasteland of second-string prose to locus of Great Literature. One of the founding notions of this blog was that despite its inauspicious beginnings and high-profile overcaffeinated incarnations the genre of the blog has always been well suited to the … Continue reading Leave the Blogging to Us

Errol Morris Understands What Academic Blogging Could Be

I've been catching up with some reading over break—reading both online and off, despite the NEA's recent dismissal of the former. And nothing dismisses the NEA's dismissal of online writing as lesser than print better than the destined-to-be-a-classic series of blog posts by Errol Morris in the New York Times, "Which Came First?" Better written … Continue reading Errol Morris Understands What Academic Blogging Could Be