Today marks the release of my second full-length album, “Eight” by Thirty Second Complex. Where my EP, “Midway,” from last fall seemed like an ending, “Eight” feels like a reboot … Continue reading New Album: “Eight”
Random brief thoughts and ideas with no particular focus.
At the end of May, a much anticipated package from the Czech Republic arrived at my home. Inside the rather dense box was a well-packed Prusa i3 mk2s 3D printer … Continue reading Thoughts on building a Prusa i3 mk2s 3D printer
The EL backlight behind the LCD on my D-550 was dead. It was dead when I received it off of eBay, and it was probably dead in while in the … Continue reading Replaced the LCD on my Roland D-550
It is hard to believe that I’ve been at Blackboard for six years. I feel like I just walked across the Midway at the University of Chicago for the first … Continue reading Six Years at Blackboard
On July 18, 2016, I found this piece entitled “OM-1 Cassette Tape Synthesizer Is A Gloriously Unique Analog Musical Instrument” an interesting read. Here’s an excerpt: The whole synth world … Continue reading OM-1 Cassette Tape Synthesizer
Throughout my career as a consultant and technology leader, I’ve found that learner success is heavily influenced by the environment that surrounds the student. From the centuries-old colleges and halls … Continue reading Campus Culture
Since you’re likely reading this online via LinkedIn, Twitter or WordPress, it isn’t much of a stretch to think of it being seen by a potential employer. The trail of … Continue reading Resumes, Social Media & Employment
“How Flexible Work Policies Can Boost ROI” or how changing employee demographics is evolving employer culture. http://bit.ly/1UPUM8x This item was shared via LinkedIn on April 13, 2016 at 02:00PM.
Moving from trend to trajectory, digital commerce and workforce evolution are affecting business and employer culture. http://bit.ly/1Yb7i07 This item was shared via LinkedIn on April 14, 2016 at 02:00PM.
In the UK, the teachers’ union is pushing back on the “‘useless’ bureaucracy” of over-collecting and reporting education data to the government. http://bbc.in/1Yb1fbI This item was shared via LinkedIn on … Continue reading When Metrics & Accountability Overshadow Learning
“Study explores faculty views on scholarly communication and information use,” and what I find interesting is the growth in libraries as an active participant in the learning lifecycle of a … Continue reading Libraries, Learning & Scholarship