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[xmca] Streaming from the periphery

Thanks for all that work, Anthony. I look forward to seeing the video.

The purpose of this note is to remind those of us with routine high band
width access that if you do not have it (I did not for the past two days,
just a trickle),
the video is de facto inaccessible. And the same people are those who are
least likely to be able to get texts in a timely way.

The digital divide worming around in xmca.


On Sat, Jan 14, 2012 at 9:50 AM, ANTHONY M BARRA <tub80742@temple.edu>wrote:

> Does anyone remember that xmca discussion on concepts from last April that
> generated over 100 responses?  It's a fascinating re-read, especially in a
> single retrospective stream.  I grappled with it last week, alongside Peter
> Smagorinsky's new book, *Vygotsky and Literacy Research: a Methodological
> Framework*<
> https://www.sensepublishers.com/product_info.php?products_id=1374&osCsid=1a7
> >,
> before interviewing Peter for the Vimeo CHAT group-page.  Peter's personal
> story of appropriating Vygotsky and his discussion of the "fuzzy" interplay
> between everyday and academic concepts were particularly interesting to
> me.  As were the many true-life landscaping metaphors he used to discuss
> concept development.
> Anyway, the interview is here
> <http://vimeo.com/groups/chat/videos/34706097>if anyone would like to
> check it out.  *full url:
> http://vimeo.com/groups/chat/videos/34706097
> Thanks,
> Anthony Barra
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