why [i] post?

I gotta hand it to Andrew Campbell he got in my head. So did Derek Rhodenizer and Mark Carbone. A few weeks ago I sat with a gathering of fascinating edu-individuals that were among other things looking at future school through a social media lens. There was a lot to chat about teachers building brands and … Continue reading why [i] post?

casual to causal

I am a bit stunned. I received this video as a post in my Facebook feed. It popped up as one of their promoted style videos for something that I may like. Immediately, I took offense. And then I started to wonder... What have I clicked on, hovered over, or accidentally 'liked' that would make … Continue reading casual to causal