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Reflecting on My Photography Editing Deficit (Taking Lots of Photos at School)


On March 2nd I shot over 150 images and videos on two cameras & my iPhone covering two student assemblies for the Jump for the Heart initiative. On the prior Wednesday, February 28th, I shot over 270 images covering a rugby demo/promo event. The Friday before that, February 23rd, I shot over 270 images covering my school’s Black History Assembly.

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Education in the Age of the Technologist

This video presentation was originally given at Bar Camp Orlando 2015 on April 18, 2015. Why do some technology solutions seem to work in education while others don’t? Where are MOOCs missing the mark? Education in the Age of the Technologist by Joe Bustillos Written, Presented & Edited by Joe Bustillos “NASDAQ” from Smartsound Music (smartsound.com) Young Girl at School

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Unplug or Just Another Form of FOMO?

This video has been making the rounds this past week. One of my meetup.com groups actually set aside this week as a week to unplug from our technology and reconnect with those around us. I certainly understand the struggle to find some balance between one’s work life and personal life and because so many of us work with technology, it

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Aspirational Technology Acquisitions: My New Kindle Paperwhite

It’s either a genuine first world problem or a sign that I really need a life, or both, but I’ve come to discover that sometimes I’ve purchase technology with great intentions, but seem to fall way short. Sad. In my earlier lifetime before PCs I bought books. Notice, I said that I bought books, not that I read books. In

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The Journey from Doodler to Writer

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It would probably come as a great surprise to my elementary or middle school teachers that I fell in love with writing, much less learning itself. I was always of a curious nature, but generally not in a way that worked well with staying in one’s seat or working without talking. It probably didn’t help that, as a kid, I also pretty much

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Video Mondays: Percussive Maintenance by Duncan Robson

As a life-long technology trouble-shooter this movie remix is perfect. The only thing that would have been better would be if they had included the first cardinal rule of tech trouble-shooting: turn the damn thing off and walk away! Okay, the first rule actually is: Is the damn thing plugged in? But after that the next one is to shut

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Video Mondays: LG Ultra Reality Meteor Prank So Real It’s Scary 3 HD

I find it interesting that as video screen resolutions and image reproduction gets better that the effect tends to actually take us out of the movie we’re watching because it doesn’t look “filmic” enough. I remember the first time I saw a movie on a beautiful high-definition screen in some showroom and my first impression was that the quality was

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Sometimes What’s Broke in Education Can’t Be Fixed by Tech, says Michael Wesch

Recently The Chronicle of Higher Education said it more emphatically with the headline: “A Tech-Happy Professor Reboots After Hearing His Teaching Advice Isn’t Working.” According to the Chronicle, it seems that Internet superstar/Youtube ethnographer, Professor Michael Wesch of Kansas State University is rethinking his anti-chalk-and-talk tech-infused simulation-styled classroom. It would seem that many are following his lead and ditching the

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