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Paging in the Browser

Last night, I went to hear Håkon Wium Lie speak at a meetup sponsored by Huge. It was fun hearing the father of CSS talk not only about his own career but about new page turning capabilities that could potentially be native in browsers in the future. Opera is testing it out. It was a great time and I highly recommend the meetups at Huge if you’re interested in web design, web standards, and new innovation.


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Hostos Design Lab 2011 @ MASS MoCA

Hostos Design Lab 2011 @ MASS MoCA

It has now been over a month since I returned from the transformative 12-day design intensive called Hostos Design Lab 2011. Amazing and unbelievable only begin to describe our project at MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA this summer. Professor Sarah Sandman and I already had the opportunity to present about our experience for fellow Hostos faculty thanks to the Center for Teaching and Learning’s Fall series of PDI’s.  Also, huge news for the Hostos Design Lab is that we are reinstalling the exhibit at Longwood Gallery here at Hostos. The opening night is October 5, 2011. I will update with additional details soon!


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Looking Back

Yesterday was the first time I had been in an interview room since my own interview at Hostos nearly two years ago. It is quite an awesome responsibility to be selecting a new professor for the Hostos Digital Programs – very heavy stuff, to be sure. It got me thinking about one of the most important qualities important to being a professor, a co-worker, and an academic: being a good listener.
The act of listening is a precious one. As a professor, I often feel as if I never stop talking. Even if I am conducting a group discussion, I feel the need to move the conversation along and be ready with the next question. Is this really necessary? What would happen if I kept a bit more quiet? How would this change learning outcomes?
As I prepare for the Hostos Design Lab at MASS MoCA, I would like to keep these questions top-of-mind. Let’s open our ears, people!


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Paging in the Browser

Last night, I went to hear Håkon Wium Lie speak at a meetup sponsored by Huge. It was fun hearing the father of CSS talk not only about his own career but about new page turning capabilities that could potentially be native in browsers in the future. Opera is testing it out. It was a great time and I highly recommend the meetups at Huge if you’re interested in web design, web standards, and new...
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Hostos Design Lab 2011 @ MASS MoCA

It has now been over a month since I returned from the transformative 12-day design intensive called Hostos Design Lab 2011. Amazing and unbelievable only begin to describe our project at MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA this summer. Professor Sarah Sandman and I already had the opportunity to present about our experience for fellow Hostos faculty thanks to the Center for Teaching and Learning’s Fall series of PDI’s.  Also, huge news for the Hostos Design Lab is that we are reinstalling the exhibit at Longwood Gallery here at...
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Diamond Dance

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Looking Back

Yesterday was the first time I had been in an interview room since my own interview at Hostos nearly two years ago. It is quite an awesome responsibility to be selecting a new professor for the Hostos Digital Programs – very heavy stuff, to be sure. It got me thinking about one of the most important qualities important to being a professor, a co-worker, and an academic: being a good listener. The act of listening is a precious one. As a professor, I often feel as if I never...
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