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Last edited on 2012-02-25 08:11:14 by MorganAdmin
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** Update Feb 2012 **
The example of Jane has disappeared, and the vendor has changed urls a couple of times. So much for the persistance promised by the vendor. One more argument for rolling your own.


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Edited on 2012-02-25 08:08:14 by MorganAdmin
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That's the generic sample, but it has its effects on others. Muster your own evidence: Have a look at [[http://v2efoliomn.project.mnscu.edu/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC=%7B181097C6-319A-445A-B2A4-151235C546D2%7D a few examples.]]
Evidence: Have another look at [[http://v2efoliomn.project.mnscu.edu/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC=%7B181097C6-319A-445A-B2A4-151235C546D2%7D the same examples.]]
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That's the generic sample, but it has its effects on others. Muster your own evidence: Have a look at [[http://www.efoliomn.com/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC={7CFE95C5-E286-460D-9DBE-2CE5E0505019}&DE={E1AD95D3-8D83-4BEB-86AE-22A652EF2A31} a few examples.]]
Evidence: Have another look at [[http://www.efoliomn.com/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC={7CFE95C5-E286-460D-9DBE-2CE5E0505019}&DE={E1AD95D3-8D83-4BEB-86AE-22A652EF2A31} |the same examples.]]


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Edited on 2012-02-25 08:06:54 by MorganAdmin
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Perhaps the idea that filling in templates leads to template thinking is overstated. I don't want to move towards [[http://www.aber.ac.uk/media/Documents/tecdet/tdet01.html technological determinism]], so I'm not suggesting that by shaping a presentation of an education and career into a template makes the writer //necessarily// a template, any more than breaking a text into short lines makes the text //necessarily// a poem. But as short lines make the text //look// like a poem, so the template.
The essential distinction I want to make is between the value of fitting one's presentation to a template - using the web as a passive delivery / presentation system - and the value of using the web as a medium for content creation. I want to ask how the use reflects or defines the do-er.
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Perhaps the idea that filling in templates leads to template thinking is overstated. I don't want to move towards [[http://www.aber.ac.uk/media/Documents/tecdet/tdet01.html technological determinism]], so I'm not suggesting that by shaping a presentation of an education and career into a template makes the writer //necessarily// a template, any more than breaking a text into short lines makes the text //necessarily// a poem. But as short lines make the text //look// like a poem, so the template.
The essential distinction I want to make is between the value of fitting one's presentation to a template - using the web as a passive delivery / presentation system - and the value of using the web as a creative medium. I want to ask how the use reflects or defines the do-er.


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Edited on 2012-02-25 08:06:00 by MorganAdmin
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Perhaps the idea that filling in templates leads to template thinking is overstated. I don't want to move towards [[http://www.aber.ac.uk/media/Documents/tecdet/tdet01.html technological determinism]], so I'm not suggesting that by shaping a presentation of an education and career into a template makes the writer //necessarily// a template, any more than breaking a text into short lines makes the text //necessarily// a poem. But as short lines make the text //look// like a poem, so the template.
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Perhaps the idea that filling in templates leads to template thinking is overstated. I don't want to move towards [[http://www.aber.ac.uk/media/Documents/tecdet/tdet01.html technological determinism]], so I'm not suggesting that by shaping a presentation of an education and career into a template makes the writer ''necessarily'' a template, any more than breaking a text into short lines makes the text ''necessarily'' a poem.


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Edited on 2012-02-25 08:03:55 by MorganAdmin
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Here's Batson's claim, hyperbolic for effect, but worth considering.
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Here's Batson's claim, probably hyperbolic for effect, but worth considering.


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Edited on 2012-02-25 08:02:46 by MorganAdmin
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//note: As of February 2012, Jane has disappeared. So much for the persistance promised by the vendor. One more argument for rolling your own.//
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//note: As of February 2012, Jane has disappeared. So much for the persistance promised by the vendor. One more argument for rolling your own.


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Edited on 2012-02-25 08:02:31 by MorganAdmin
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//note: As of February 2012, Jane has disappeared. So much for the persistance promised by the vendor. One more argument for rolling your own.
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//note: As of February 2012, Jane has disappeared. So much for the persistance promised by the vendor.


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Edited on 2012-02-25 08:01:52 by MorganAdmin
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//note: As of February 2012, Jane has disappeared. So much for the persistance promised by the vendor.


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Edited on 2012-02-25 07:59:24 by MorganAdmin
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Listen to the language of portfolio magic!
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Listen to the language of portfolio magic!


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