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Salmeboka minutt for minutt [...]

Title Salmeboka minutt for minutt URI http://tv.nrk.no/serie/salmeboka-minutt-for-minutt http://www.nrk.no/informasjon/hvilke-kor-synger-hva-i-nrks-salmemaraton_-1.12064239 full list of hymns sources and performers from salmeboka minutt for minutt Description The latest as of November 2014 of NRK TV (Norway's state broadcaster) slow TV examples. 60 consecutive hours o...

 

Rolandskvadet [...]

Norwegian ballad which retells the story of the chanson de Roland. Also referred to as Roland og Magnus Kongen. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_og_Magnus_kongen Wikipedia Entry There are two tunes , The more common is Faroese in origin and has a refrain (tune 1). The other tune (tune 2) was collected in Norway prior to 1850 Sources: Text: http://www.visearkivet.n...

 

Age of Digital Majority [...]

The earliest reference to this concept that I can find is in a 1996 speech by Tim Berners-Lee. He uses the term vaguely in connection with a mention of web content filtering schemes. In the US, one can think of 13 as the age of digital majority, since this is the age, per COPPA, that someone can sign up for a website without written parental permission. Thinking in a ...

 

Black Box Society [...]

Term coined by Frank Pasquale to describe a society where intellectual property laws make the algorithms responsible for important individual and societal decisions opaque not subject to study, review, or transparency. Pasquale has written a book with the same title and spoke in April 2015 at the Berkman Center. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_PFhJrPxoU YouTube ...

 

School as Advertising [...]

"school is the advertising agency which makes you believe that you need the society as it is" , wrote Illich. I found this in a Dave Cormier blog post. For me this ties into the notion that a key function of school, that is, institutionalized education, is to perpetuate a society's culture and values. Does this differ from learning, which is essentially individual? A ...

 

Calculated Misery [...]

The strategy of making an experience so onerous that users will go to some lengths (paying money, choosing different travel dates, etc.) to avoid it. From Tim Wu in an article on airline fees from the New Yorker (link ) Tim Wu Quotation But the fee model comes with systematic costs that are not immediately obvious. Here’s the thing: in order for fees to work, th...

 

70:20:10 [...]

A model of workplace learning, created by Charles Jennings, which proposes that: 70% of workplace learning is self-directed (learning by doing) This reminds me of the quotation attributed to Pablo Picasso: Pablo Picasso "I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it." 20% of workplace learning is informal (mentoring, etc.) 10...

 

Shut Up Inner Critic [...]

From Alan Levine: John Hopkins surgeon Charles Limb analyzed brain scans of jazz musicians to try to identify the brain activity indicators of creativity. His results suggest their creativity highs are correlated at times when their self criticism activity is low (they have muffled the voice of the Imposter Syndrome). "Activity in the lateral prefrontal cortex, an are...

 

Monitor Hypothesis [...]

Proposed by Stephen Krashen as part of the Monitor Model, The Monitor Hypothesis posits that when expressing onesself in an L2, learners have an inner monitor that is checking for grammatical errors and the like. Krashen, Stephen D. from Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition (15-16) "The Monitor hypothesis posits that acquisition and learning ...

 

Templated Self [...]

quoted from cyborganthropology.com "Definition A self or identity that is produced through various participation architectures, the act of producing a virtual or digital representation of self by filling out a user interface with personal information." Attributed to Amber Case, this refers to the idea that one's (especially digital) identity is constrained and sh...