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By: Gardner Campbell on "Computing as Poetry"

Tue, 01 Mar 2011 21:28:32 +0000

[...] we started to get to know each other a little bit better in twitter, and indeed Gardner’s open letter to me when I left twitter for a few months played no small part in bringing me back. And as with so many [...]



By: Mitch

Mon, 14 Jul 2008 16:22:56 +0000

I have no idea how I found this post, but I'm sure glad I did :). Mitch אזרחות פולנית



By: Joseph McMahon

Sun, 03 Jun 2007 17:51:19 +0000

"Jaiku is like a poorly mastered CD played too loud." I love it.



By: Scott Leslie

Mon, 28 May 2007 16:46:25 +0000

Gardner, I wrote a reply in the comment thread on my own blog, but just wanted to say I really appreciated your note and whether it be in twitter or not, I do look forward to continuing to get to know you (and Jim and Bryan and...). So don't worry, I'll be around, after all, you know what they say about us Leslies, we make the sound go round!



By: Web X.0 Road Rules » CogDogBlog

Mon, 28 May 2007 16:37:58 +0000

[...] voice it, be a rebel, stir up a fuss. And likely, as a ripple effect, it engenders a response (e.g. Gardner’s “Shane Come Back” — I thought maybe the right title would be, “Lassie! Scott’s Fallen in a Well! [...]



By: Jim

Sun, 27 May 2007 08:59:19 +0000

Yeah, missing Scott as well, we bonded over PJ Harvey and several other free associations. Twitter's almost as cool as Foucault! I'm coming to get you, Campbell:)



By: Mary-Kathryn

Sat, 26 May 2007 18:24:01 +0000

I don't believe I'm actually saying this, but I actually signed up for the Twitter thing. Could it be that I'm loosening my grip on the pen and paper? I think Twitter will do well for the shy ones, give them a chance to find their voice.



By: Gardo

Sat, 26 May 2007 15:50:43 +0000

@Mary-Kathryn: You bet I would. Nefarious geniuses in DTLT and among my colleagues are plotting and planning even as we speak (or whatever it is we're doing right now). And where nefarious geniuses are plotting and planning, Dr. C. will not be far behind--nor will he be denied.:) @Alan: How could I forget such an obvious thing. I plead Very Little Sleep last night. Plus, I will fix the link posthaste. Apologies!



By: Mary-Kathryn

Sat, 26 May 2007 15:36:43 +0000

Dr. C I've travelled all around the net recently due to your links here! Faculty Academy even has a post up I'm dying to respond to. :o) I came across the twitter thing by accident. Lost the link to your blog [note to self: bi-focals are good] and googled your name. Twitter seems to be an instant method of communication? I know I was the ever-silent student in your class, but what does twitter do for people and communication? I know it looks fun and it keeps you connected. Would you ever experimentally use it to bring out the less verbal students in your classes?



By: Alan

Sat, 26 May 2007 15:16:39 +0000

Turn that amp up to 11! PS- cogdog.com is not mine! cogdogblog.com!