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By: Cultivating my digital garden | creative becoming

Thu, 04 Oct 2012 03:41:22 +0000

[...] and follow them more proactively. Some of these I’ve been dipping into for a few years (EduPunk anyone?), others are new and I wonder how I didn’t find them before. You’ll see the [...]



By: Jennifer Maddrell

Sun, 21 Dec 2008 12:44:47 +0000

LOCAL BOY MAKES LOCAL NEWSPAPER! Read all about it ... like I did as I was flipping through my local paper this Sunday morning ... http://www.nytimes.com/ref/weekinreview/buzzwords2008.html



By: Enough about Edupunk | Pockets of Change

Sun, 08 Jun 2008 07:33:41 +0000

[...] Gardner Campbell, I am skeptical of this term. I agree with him when he says, There was DIY long before punk, and long [...]



By: Enough about Edupunk | connect. create. question.

Sun, 08 Jun 2008 06:48:14 +0000

[...] Gardner Campbell, I am skeptical of this term. I agree with him when he says, There was DIY long before punk, and long [...]



By: Psalms 19:10 at Judges 5:27

Tue, 03 Jun 2008 01:13:11 +0000

[...] getting a tad bored with this list of experiential albums what with all this excitement about Edu-freakin’-punk going around (some of which riles me up, while other parts of it just make me a little annoyed. [...]



By: Tom

Sun, 01 Jun 2008 04:15:49 +0000

I'm not saying what you/we do is a joke or not serious (even in a fake Russian accent I'm dead serious). I am saying the name/title doesn't really matter. What matters is what you do and if you aren't having fun doing it then you ought to quit. If calling this fairly wide ranging, totally chaotic series of ideas, actions and beliefs one thing gets this much of an uproar, splendid. Let chaos reign and hope a few people think a little harder. I can always count on Jim Groom to cause a commotion and then double down with lots of chaos. Like Gardner, I love you but in a totally punk way. P.S. I'm working on the Rev. tattoo



By: Reverend

Sun, 01 Jun 2008 02:09:47 +0000

Guys, I don't know about you all, but I'm serious about my fun, and I want to create hardcore. This isn't all a joke to me, it is my job, it's what I do for fun, and I love it---I'll fight for it. So, maybe the word will disappear, but the ideas must get stronger and the play more intensified, just like in Punk Rock ---if only to be like the [[Bad Brains]]!



By: Bill Fitzgerald

Sun, 01 Jun 2008 01:47:26 +0000

RE: "Everyone else, please calm down, this is only a drill, in the advent of a real revolution, we will notify the proper authorities." Agreed. But I will admit, it's hee-larious watching this spread over the internet, and watching people get their knickers in a twist and/or sprain digital ankles hurtling after a bandwagon. Cheers, Bill



By: Scott Leslie

Sun, 01 Jun 2008 01:42:45 +0000

Tom, head, meet nail, exactly. Everyone else, please calm down, this is only a drill, in the advent of a real revolution, we will notify the proper authorities. No off to get my "Reverend Jim Fan Club" tattoo!



By: Tom

Sun, 01 Jun 2008 00:11:05 +0000

Maybe I'm wrong but I'm not taking edupunk nearly as seriously as many people seem to be. I'm looking at the edupunk idea as something that's kind of fun and has some energy behind it. I'm not planning to get an edupunk tattoo/piercing/mohawk or start beating people who disagree with me. I don't think the idea of edupunk will get us closer to or farther away from anything really major. It seems to have hit a chord in this tiny community and so why not ride it out and see what happens? Maybe something good will come of it. I don't think it'll somehow bring back the Cold War and the Berlin Wall. If the idea sucks then it'll either get smashed or forgotten, until then it's got some value for whoever gets use out of it. Let them use it how they will and don't worry about it. Maybe it will cause conflict and drama and be a line in the sand. I think that conflict is often useful and let's remember it is just sand. It's not a line in granite. If Jim decides to call someone "SO EDUPUNK" rather than just screaming "GENIUS" at them, I don't really see any difference. I can't define punk, fun, pornography or edupunk but, then again, I don't really believe anyone can and I don't care.