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Krista Sarginson 7 Jan 18
"By looking at a piece through a smartphone, visitors see the painting's subjects come to life through augmented reality"
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Andrew Campbell 7 Jan 18
Replying to @oksarge
Or you could just look at art. Isn't art good enough anymore?
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Krista Sarginson 7 Jan 18
Replying to @acampbell99
I suspect ALL kinds of art, including this type of redefined "art" experience is worth evaluating based on and based in the cultural context from which it evolved. It's evocative. How is it different from an "impressionist" or a "surrealist" lens, for example?
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Andrew Campbell 7 Jan 18
Replying to @oksarge
Current conventional wisdom is that everything is enhanced by technology. I don't agree. Many things are just better without digital mediation.
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π•―π–”π–šπ–Œ π•»π–Šπ–™π–Šπ–—π–˜π–”π–“ 7 Jan 18
Replying to @acampbell99 @oksarge
It would be a sad world if it was true.
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Andrew Campbell 7 Jan 18
I'm not suggesting anyone does force people to use it. I'm saying I wish people didn't. I wish people would take a moment to experience things before mediating it with technology.
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π•―π–”π–šπ–Œ π•»π–Šπ–™π–Šπ–—π–˜π–”π–“ 7 Jan 18
It would be an interesting to draw a chart and map a day of technology use. Free Choice versus everything else. i.e. demands by employer, requirement of bank, troubleshooting for friends, etc.
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Andrew Campbell 7 Jan 18
I'd really like to quit Facebook, but I run my school and classes FB pages which are important for engagement. Trapped.
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π•―π–”π–šπ–Œ π•»π–Šπ–™π–Šπ–—π–˜π–”π–“ 7 Jan 18
Smiling here when I think of a school who had a page on the board server to comply with policy. It had a link "click here for our real webpage" and it took the clicker to their Facebook page.
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Andrew Campbell 7 Jan 18
Replying to @mcguirp @dougpete and 2 others
Security concerns apparently. TBH I'm not sure.
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π•―π–”π–šπ–Œ π•»π–Šπ–™π–Šπ–—π–˜π–”π–“ 7 Jan 18
Security? And yet having all the issues that can arise from Facebook is OK? I'd suggest that this person step back from the tool and actually look toward the intended use and results.
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Paul McGuire 7 Jan 18
Yup, sounds like our board. We had a school blog at my last school. It was monitored by the board, but fortunately they never really paid much attention to it. The parents and teachers loved it. As soon as I left the new principal got rid of it.
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So nearsighted. The same message could be conveyed via a webpage, Facebook, etc. Killing the tool rather than focusing on intent seems so shortsighted to me.
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Paul McGuire 7 Jan 18
School Boards want everything to be the same - uniform. How can you possibly have innovative practices if everything has to be the same. β€œWe will all use FB because at least we understand that”
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π•―π–”π–šπ–Œ π•»π–Šπ–™π–Šπ–—π–˜π–”π–“ 7 Jan 18
To quote , it seems timely to post this -
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