advice well taken

In his comment on my "balancing acts" post, Joi Ito suggested that I read Ten Tips on Writing the Living Web, so I did.

Yum.

I love the term "the living web." I remember back in '93 when the web was being born, and it felt so new and changeable and full of promise. Commercialization and professionalization of the web has changed that...but blogs seem to be bringing that sense of wonder back.

Clearly, I need to find a way to begin integrating the concept of the living web into my teaching. I'm tired of teaching web development as a mechanical task, rather than a creative endeavour. And perhaps the key to getting them to write better is in fact to get them to write more often, and more quickly, with less riding on each word that they provide.

 

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