This was way overdue for our millions of fans, but this podcast is finally available in the iTunes Podcast Store….
And it’s all worth it. Especially as Antonio Vantaggiato stay in touch through the interwebs. As he reminded me in September, it was a year since we started our plan to share his and students in Puerto Rico stories of living through Hurricane Maria, and the idea to send support via postcards. On our very […]
Of the nature of old school blogging is quaint and dated, podcasting may not be far behind. Ever since the start of a podcasting project interrupted by a hurricane Antonio Vantaggiato and I have been hodgepodging a podcast series we call “The Puerto Rico Connection” (yes the play on the movie title was deliberate but […]
By day he’s an ordinary computer science professor at Universidad Sagrado del Corazon, but once he puts that hat on, it’s adventure time for… Puerto Rico Jones? Indiana Vantaggiato? I’ve been thinking it’s time to record a new podcast with Antonio Vantaggiato, and in a few DMs he asked what about the last one we […]
Do you remember the kerfuffle when Georgia Tech canceled a Coursera MOOC on “Fundamentals of Online Education: Planning and Application” because the ill-advised use of a Google spreadsheet for 40,000 participants, crashed it? Can you imagine what would happen to Georgia Tech courses if a Category 4 hurricane slammed the state, leaving its inhabitants flooded, […]
An hour of connectivity, care, and stories, enabled by the networks and nodes we call people. On my last day in Australia I set up my laptop on the wooden table in Kate Bowles (@katemfd) house in Thirroul (near Wollongong, on the east coast south of Sydney). Birds outside sang and cooed, dogs barked, and […]
Borrowing from a movie’s taglines the opening here might be “The time is just right for an out and out podcast like this” or “There are no rules and no holds barred when Antonio’s accent cuts loose!” Here is the first episode of a new podcast that Antonio Vantaggiato and I produced asynchronously collaboratively. TW […]
Are you stressed, tired in the middle of your semester? Imagine your classrooms, campus, students not even sure if they have water, electricity, food, much less internet, just because the place they live was twice in the path of hurricanes. Imagine you are a citizen of the United States of America and hear its leader […]