Monthly Archives: September 2011

No Trouble in Little China

A wordless MacGuffin?  Could it work?  Probably not.  This one is perhaps far too obscure for anyone who isn’t a superfan of Big Trouble In Little China, which happens to be one of my all time favorite movies.

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Just Don’t Use It After Midnight.

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Apocalypse When?

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Caught Looking

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It’s a Girl!

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Saving Private No One

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Shawshanked

Redemption?

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Awwwwyeah!

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F*ckin’ Badges – How Do They Work?

Mozilla’s Open Badges Project lit up the edtech world yesterday, or at least a small corner of it.  In typical fashion, some so-called expert or authority declared the end of “Education” as we know it, and the universe of in-the-know … Continue reading

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