My brother-in-law’s show at Editions Limited is getting some good press already, being named a Weekend’s Best from Indystar. I’m bummed to have missed the opening tonight, but will be over to see it soon.
Here are the first ten (the first five have dozens of supporting links if you click through).
In 2005 I wrote a similar article and have had requests to write an update. Technology has changed a great deal in the last 5-6 years. Although, realistically, you would not use all of these technologies, you should be knowledgeable in what each of the following technology is and how it could be/might be used in a classroom. \
1. Google Tools Knowledge 2. Google Earth Knowledge 3. Wiki Knowledge 4. Blogging Knowledge 5. Spreadsheets Skills 6. Database Skills 7. Social Bookmarking Knowledge 8. Social Networking Knowledge 9. Web Resources in content area 10. Web Searching skills
The blog art21 has posted an interview with Richard McCoy, art conservator at the Indianapolis Art Museum, and myself, talking about the process of creating my book, and the large scale sculptures fabricated at Lippincott, Inc. We also talk about the importance of documenting the fabrication and installation of artworks.
Along with Paddy Johnson, I think Quora is pretty cool and could be as important as Wikipedia one day, and perhaps one day even kill e-mail distribution lists (too bad Jerry Saltz and others aren’t on board, yet). Check out William Beutler’s two part examination of the project as he compares it to Wikipedia: