Watching the Facebook feed is a beautiful thing. It twists and turns and pulls you in directions like a swirling river current, going you-know-not-where, endlessly flowing, eternal and irresistible. It consumes all before it, devouring knowledge relentlessly and regurgitating every piece, big or small, serious or trivial, into equal prominence in space and time. Like the nano-bots we read about more »
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WebTeach began life as a higher education and technology blog with views about technology provision, use, and landscapes of that community. It has now morphed into think pieces on digital content, literacies and networks in learning societies.