Tweet along with #EasterLive

Have you heard of EasterLive yet? If not, check it out, and see the stories that people are posting on the #EasterLive hashtag on Twitter (if you’re not sure how to use Twitter, there’s a great guide here), and last year’s story is being retold on Facebook. It’s Passover week in 1st Century Jerusalem. A bustling throng of Jewish […]

Testing Wimba

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been helping out at a couple of sessions at getting groups of students to use Wimba (I’m looking at ways of trying this more widely in the institution, but not there yet – think I may have to hang out in the dining area!). The students will then […]

Digital Art: The Sandpit

The Sandpit from Sam O'Hare on Vimeo. Just catching up on BBC Click, and thought this was amazing… and yes, it’s real people in New York, not a model!

One Million People: Faces of a Digital Generation

An interesting new project came to my attention this morning, a plan to get One Million People to add their photos to a book, currently virtual, but (interestingly for a digital project), to be printed (with an anticipated price point of $100).  The site is in its very early stages, and is the brainchild of […]

Life in a Day

I heard about this from @lisaharris the other day: “Life in a Day” – I had heard about it before, thought it sounded like a great idea… and then promptly forgot about it as I was away that week! “Life In A Day is a historic global experiment to create the world’s largest user-generated feature […]