You too can be famous! (But maybe you don't want to be)
Who am I? This person and this one too!
What is digital rhetoric?
A tale of two college students
James Kotecki's material: http://jameskotecki.com/about/
How he got started
What did he do right?
His visit to my class
And Alexsey Vayner's disastrous video resume: http://www.veoh.com/videos/e1336748NgyMqyG
A parody of it is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAV0sxwx9rY
What did he do wrong?
Yesterday's LA Times piece from the IvyGate team
My Students' Blogs
Still Blogging here at Afishionado
Academic blogging: analysis, testimony, and commentary
Virtualpolitik and communities of bloggers
No, really, what do you think? Balancing identities.
Abandoned blogs: the other Liz Losh
Writing practices: the drafts folder, trolling for stories, etc.
Correcting, editing, retracting, and backtracking.
Boring stuff is important too: conferences, talks, book reviews, etc.
Figuring out your audience
Googling your blog
The Chronicle of Higher Education about cheating via YouTube and an HCI colleague
Numbers aren't everything: Aim for a few good readers
Making it Easy for Your Readers: Metadata and Information Design
In praise of ugliness
Anatomy of a blog: LINKS, BLOGROLLS, TAGS, and TITLES (this is a rule I break)
"CLASSIC" POSTINGS - Redundancy is not a bad thing
Principles for posting: http://virtualpolitik.blogspot.com/2006/06/having-your-cake-and-eating-it-too.html
Blogs and Journalism
Speaking of the LA Times http://virtualpolitik.blogspot.com/2007/08/war-on-two-fronts.html
And still more on the LA Times