In the past year I have been running into an interesting “type” of writer. The writer who loathes social networking so much (s)he avoids it like the plague because (s)he feels it hampers productivity too much. Many of these folks also tend to Continue reading Go Forth and Market Thyself – Socially
Sometimes I feel a bit out of touch with the modern world despite the fact that I consider myself technologically “progressive”. I grew up with a Commodor Vic 20 and an Atari 2600 in the house. My favorite game on Continue reading To the Interwebs!
I’ve never been a competitive person. In my younger years I used to ride in horse show competitions. Not because I wanted to compete with others, but because I wanted to push myself. Besides, it was all in good fun. Continue reading Ending the Competition
It’s time for a rant. Lately I’ve been hearing a lot of noise from pagans who are upset at how the media portrays witches, magicians, and/or pagans. Especially with shows like American Horror Story: Coven, and Witches of East End, Continue reading Noise
Online writing communities can be vast oceans difficult to navigate if you’re new to the scene. The wrong community can cause aspiring writers to give up, while the right community can help nurture a writer’s creativity, or boost them toward Continue reading Find the Right Community
Social networking is a rather curious thing. It compels people who don’t even know each other to make connections. In the case of writers (especially niche writers), it often attracts folks who are friend-collectors. I think what annoys me most Continue reading Surreal Tales of Social Networking
I think this is a very real concern. In all the pre-course prep I’ve watched fellow learners build everything from Wiki’s, Twitter accounts, YouTube accounts and blogs, to Google Plus groups, Facebook groups, and everything else. What I found even Continue reading #edcmooc Can Online Learning Be Overwhelming?