Archive for December, 2008

Happy Holidays!

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008



My dearest family and friends,



It has come to my attention that though I was very concerned with the details of making your Christmas cards this year, I should have focused on the details of how exactly to mail them safely. Please know that although the paper, buttons, beads and felt did not arrive in one piece, my wishes for a happy and peaceful holiday season and gratefulness for the love and friendship you share with me remain very much intact.



In any event, this is what your card was supposed to look like.



Have a very happy (and warm) holiday!



Love,



Roxana



P.S. For those who had most of the pieces arrive in the mail, I will gladly repair your cards!

AIT Interview

Monday, December 22nd, 2008

Recently, Bob Davis and I were interviewed by the Agency for Instructional Technology. AIT is a major provider of instructional technology videos, software, CDs, and DVDs. Check out the interview in Technos!

Bubble (pro)test

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008
 image is modified version of Jeff Kubina’s (CC AttributionShareAlike license)


Wade Tillet, one of the many great teachers I have met over the years at the Collaboratory (he was the co-winner of the 2008 Project of the Year Award) has started a fantastic movement called Bubble Over:

This is the time to work for change [...]