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Howard Rheingold's Vlog

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Howard Rheingold, Stanford and Berkeley professor, author of The Virtual Community and Smart Mobs ,shows us how and why he uses online social media in his personal and professional life -- blogs, rss, wikis, forums, Twitter, chat, social bookmarking, virtual worlds, instant messaging -- and what that means. He also interviews thinkers, educators, and communicators, and offers glimpses of his offline life -- his painting, gardening, sculpture.

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Howard Rheingold, Stanford and Berkeley professor, author of The Virtual Community and Smart Mobs ,shows us how and why he uses online social media in his personal and professional life -- blogs, rss, wikis, forums, Twitter, chat, social bookmarking, virtual worlds, instant messaging -- and what that means. He also interviews thinkers, educators, and communicators, and offers glimpses of his offline life -- his painting, gardening, sculpture.

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Educational, inspiring and original

By Emily Chang - Jan 26 2008
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I'm biased as I've always been a fan of Howard Rheingold, but this is one of the best vlogs and video podcasts out there. Howard takes you on episodic journeys through his thinking and uses of emerging technologies, showing you not just how but why you would want to engage in social media. His style is unique, personal and educational. If you're a newbie or a pro, you'll learn from his insights into the social implications of technology.

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Educational, inspiring and original

By Emily Chang - Jan 26 2008
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I'm biased as I've always been a fan of Howard Rheingold, but this is one of the best vlogs and video podcasts out there. Howard takes you on episodic journeys through his thinking and uses of emerging technologies, showing you not just how but why you would want to engage in social media. His style is unique, personal and educational. If you're a newbie or a pro, you'll learn from his insights into the social implications of technology.

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Howard Rheingold's Vlog

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Howard Rheingold, Stanford and Berkeley professor, author of The Virtual Community and Smart Mobs ,shows us how and why he uses online social media in his personal and professional life -- blogs, rss, wikis, forums, Twitter, chat, social bookmarking, virtual worlds, instant messaging -- and what that means. He also interviews thinkers, educators, and communicators, and offers glimpses of his offline life -- his painting, gardening, sculpture.

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Adora Svitak: A 12 Year Old on Digital Literacy

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I interviewed Adora Svitak after being introduced by her mother and watching her TED presentation. I’m writing a book about 21st century literacies and thought that a 12 year old would give a good perspective. Which she does.

May 20 2010

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21st Century Literacies

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I spoke about 21st century literacies at the Reboot Britain event in London, July, 2009. (About 40 minutes)

Jul 19 2009

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Patrick Meier: Crisis Mapping and Ushahidi

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Patrick Meier talks about deploying mobile and web tools to enable citizen reporters to give early warning about human rights violations: “crisis mapping.”

May 25 2009

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Network literacy, Part one: How the Internet’s architecture democratized innovation

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Understanding how networks work is an essential 21st century literacy. The first in a series of videos about how structure and dynamics of networks influences political freedom, economic wealth creation, and participation in the creation of culture. This introduces the importance of understanding networks and explains how the underlying technical architecture of the Internet supports the freedom of network users to innovate.

May 06 2009

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Howard’s Garden

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Yes, I am online most of the time I’m at home. What cyberpeople don’t see is that for much of that time, I’m sitting in my garden. This 7 1/2 minute video is a quick look at a year in my garden.

May 06 2009

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Network Literacy Part Two: Sarnoff, Metcalfe, Reed’s Laws

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The second in a series about network literacy. The value of networks shifts as they scale, and as the networks accomodate human social activity as well as interconnection of machines.

May 06 2009

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Vernacular video

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Inexpensive digital cameras, laptop editing, and network distribution have detonated an explosion of vernacular video, from YouTube to Open Courseware. This is a broad look at the ways video vernaculars are changing pop culture—and a hint of changes to come in education. Six and a half minutes.

May 06 2009

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Chilean schoolchildren smartmob for better education: The Penguin Revolution

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On September 7, in Santiago Chile, I interviewed Luis Ramirez and Paloma Baytelman about "the penguin revolution" -- Chilean schoolchildren used social media in 2006 to organize widespread protests against underfunded public schools.

May 06 2009

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Howard’s Dream Office

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An audiovisual inspection of the way I’ve reworked the boundaries between work, plan, mind, art, office, studio. Costarring Garuda, Barong, Ganesh, Gumby, my mother, gnomes, painted shoes, painted spiderwebs, books, computer screens, cthonic spirits. Pixels, plywood, alabaster, acrylic.

May 06 2009

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