Monthly Archives: January 2011


These are extraordinary times for the Middle East: Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen. Al Jazeera’s live coverage is the best: and they have many Creative Commons licensed clips up now: (Al Jazeera’s use of Creative Commons is groundbreaking and wonderful; … Continue reading

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I’ve been on a bit of a Sherlock Holmes kick lately, rewatching the Jeremy Brett adaptations from my childhood (which are streaming on Netflix now). As Wikipedia tells us, Brett is considered “the definitive Holmes of his era”, and I … Continue reading

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This year’s WikiConference schedule is shaping up nicely! Here are some of the events coming up: RecentChangesCamp Canberra — Jan. 28-30. See more information. This is the first non-North American RCC, and it’s due to the persistence and hard work … Continue reading

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