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Practical benefits of studying the biological evolution of cooperation
Freire, MOOCs and Pedagogy of the Oppressed
Further thoughts and discussion about rhizomatic learning
The Coming
A Personal API
Stabilizing AWS Costs on UMW Blogs
EDUPUNK: It was pure in my heart!
Sorry, We're Open
BitTorrent: An Educational Autopsy of the Hydra
BlackBoard Is Such an Open Stud
Terminated with Extreme Prejudice
Fear of a YouTube Planet
Who's Your EDUPUNK Daddy Now?
On the Death of Ideology
WordPress.Com As OpenCourseWare
How Open-Source Is Sakai?
A Lemonade Stand for Education
Underwhelmed by iTunes U
Textbook Torrents Closes
Read, Think, Remix
YouTube Depends On Us
Just Say No! A Few More Reasons for Universities to Foster Independent Mediated Voices
YouTube Is Mixing It Up
Senor DJ Lamb: Vancouver Virtuoso of Vermin
I Have Learned My YouTube Lesson
Finally, Course Aggregation Made Easy
How Not to Monetize WPMu
The EDUPUNK Battle Royale, Part 1
FAQ for Universities Interested in WPMu
A WordPress Plugin App Store: Commodify and die!
Spamming all Edublogs
Rorschach's EdTech Journal 2-10-10
EDUPUNK or, on becoming a useful idiot
Crises of Capital Animated
It's every bastard for himself, the last century hasn't ended yet
ds106 as an open and online experiment
Dear Edupunk
The ds106 99: #3 Innovation in elearning interview
Unschool House Rock
ds106 at Faculty Academy
“EdTech transmissions: We Control the Vertical and the Horizontal” at Maricopa College
DTLT Today: “Hey MOOCie!”
DTLT Today's 100th Episode
Guilia Forsythe talks Sketchnoting
Babyboomers Eat Babies, or a Weak Critique of Domain of One’s Own
500 Open Courses on UMW Blogs
Hosting Futures
Securing the bava
Small is Beautiful: A Study of Ed-Tech as if People Mattered
Virtually Connecting the OER Conspiracy Dots
Domains of Online Scholarly Presence
The Overselling of Open
Sitelock Scam
On Next Generation Digital Learning Environments
I Don’t Need Permission to be Open
The LMS is dead, not unlike God: thoughts on the NGDLE
Give it Up for Let’s Encrypt
Directories for Domains: a Community Approach
Digital Debt, Personal Online Sustainability, and an Archive of One’s Own
Containing the Future of OER
Reclaim the Robot
Notes from OER19
ELI’s 7 Things about Domain of One’s Own
The bava an A-Lister at Long Last
What I learned from getting back on ds106radio
Bryan Ollendyke talks ELMS, Web Components, HAX, and more
A Radio of One’s Own: an Interview with Taylor Jadin on #ds106radio
5 Questions about EDUPUNK brought to you by PeerTube
OERxDomains21’s Instant Archive
Installing Owncast on Reclaim Cloud
“Domains in the Cloud” at Vanderbilt
Reclaim EdTech
Is Edtech Dead?
Thinking About Ed Tech
The Blogsphere is Hot….with Edtech Angst

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