Episode 45 – Wave Hello

13 October, 20092 comments

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While Dan is distracted and rendered unintelligent by his first experience with Google Wave, Mills, Tom, and newcomer Lisa Spiro manage to have a cogent discussion of whether Wave will have any (positive) impact on education, update the ongoing Google Books saga, examine Chrome within Internet Explorer, highlight the Kindle underperforming on campus, debate the FTC’s ruling on bloggers accepting gifts (including university presses giving free books to bloggers), and look at advance of net neutrality. Picks of the podcast include a wiki for seeing into the future, an assessment of collegiate internet use, tools for Twitter and RSS, and a time-waster of a blog.

Links mentioned on the podcast:
Horizon Report wiki
Everyday life, online: U.S. college students’ use of the Internet
Twitter Feed
RSS Digest (WordPress Plugin)
Futility Closet blog

Running time: 43:45
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Categorized under books, Google, Microsoft, net neutrality, publishing

2 comments to “Episode 45 – Wave Hello”

  1. Dizzying Array of Dazzling Detritus « Goose Commerce : 16th October, 2009

    […] a new episode of CHNM’s Digital Campus out. We learn that Google Wave is apparently great for discussing Google Wave, but otherwise distracting as hell. A very good, and useful episode, even in non-google […]

  2. Declaration Wave « Learning Technology @ Notre Dame : 3rd December, 2009

    […] And if that doesn’t help, try listening to three podcasters as they discuss whether Wave might have a positive impact on education – and other topics. Listen at Wave Hello – Digital Campus podcast. […]

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