I am a Human (mostly)

Hopefully this video will introduce me to you and demonstrate my commitment to networked learning and a few of the many benefits I’ve seen as a result. It also shows my long-term commitment to these entwined tools and practices.

If, for some reason,1 you want to investigate any of the sites referenced more deeply they’re linked below.

1 Trust but verify.

Comments on this post

  1. CogDog said on June 9, 2015 at 11:14 am

    Do more videos with babies in lap 😉 And you have gone transmedia with video footnotes, love the extra commentary

  2. CogDog said on June 9, 2015 at 11:24 am

    And you sell yourself way short on your role in DS106- the assignment bank came largely from your idea (as well as the assignment remixer). You made the first two of them Spreadsheet Invasion http://assignments.ds106.us/assignments/spreadsheet-invasion/ and maybe the one that started the GIF avalanche, Say It Like Peanut Butter http://assignments.ds106.us/assignments/say-it-like-the-peanut-butter/ not to mention the classic Four Icon Challenge http://assignments.ds106.us/assignments/one-story-four-icons/

    And you have 2 of 3 of the assignments people have done most frequently

    You sort of co-made DS106

  3. Graham Wegner said on June 10, 2015 at 7:49 am

    Tom, I still think that you are one of the most interesting people that I have come across on the internet. Your unique take on things and creative output always make me wish that I followed through much more on my creative impulses – but it is never too late, I suppose.

  4. A. Nelson said on June 10, 2015 at 2:35 pm

    Thank you for this wonderful testimony and evidence to the power of the open, connected net. You are too modest about your accomplishments so I am especially glad that the Muséum national d’histoire naturelle recognized the creative energy behind the parrot photo. Speaking of that museum, I hope you get a chance to read All The Light We Cannot See.

  5. Tom Woodward said on June 10, 2015 at 4:20 pm

    You’re all good and kind people who I appreciate very much. It is especially useful to read these kind words now, as I have just finished my NMC presentation and was wondering if playing in traffic was a good way to spend the rest of the conference . . .