Digital footprint

by | Thursday, January 24, 2008

My colleague Leigh Wolf shared with me an assignment completed by one of her students (Allison Keller) in a technology and leadership class she is currently teaching.




How one person’s use of technology has changed over time. [Hosted on Flickr]

Click on the image to see a larger version.

Pretty cool, don’t you think?

Topics related to this post: Creativity | Design | Technology

A few randomly selected blog posts…

Chinese-English Ambigrams

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Representing tensions through photography

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Pomes on Creativity II

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Finding humor in play

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Of ballots and names…

Jon Krosnick, a professor at Stanford, argues that Hillary Clinton's surprise victory in the New Hampshire primary (contrary to what was being predicted in the pre-election surveys) could be simply due to the design of the ballot! Here is is the key quote: Our...

Coding + Aesthetics: New Journal Article

Coding + Aesthetics: New Journal Article

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New Orleans (photos)

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Truth of fact and feeling: Unpacking McLuhan (2/3)

Truth of fact and feeling: Unpacking McLuhan (2/3)

This is the second of three blog posts about how media influence our thinking. The first post, uses the invention of writing and print to unpack the meaning of McLuhan’s statement, “The medium is the message.” The second post, focuses on a story by Ted Chiang that...

Thoughtless acts? Technology, creativity & teaching

I have always been interested in the manner in which people use (or re-use) everyday things for purposes they were never intended for. Be it a piece of red tape to mark a glass door so that people don't slam into the glass (as I see at the MSU clinical center every...

1 Comment

  1. Point and Shoot Cameras

    Nice picture, Punya!I tried to read the letters on the bridge. We can see Google here, right? Yeah, TECHNOLOGY and LEADERSHIP…

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