Tag archive for internet

What’s next? The Semantic Web or Web 3.0

Web 3.0 from Kate Ray on Vimeo. This video, while a little too “geeky” for some people’s taste, offers a good introduction to the “Semantic Web” or what some refer to as Web 3.0.

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Web Sightings for March 2010

Lego Explorer photo by kennymatic, CC Attribution License Let’s start this month’s installment of Web Sightings out with an amusing music video for the song “70 Million” by the Franco-American band Hold Your Horses! How many of the reconstructed famous paintings or artists represented in…

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Web Sightings for January 2010

Lego Explorer photo by kennymatic, CC Attribution License Let’s get 2010 rolling here on The Art Teacher’s Guide with over a dozen new sites to check out: First up, it seems appropriate to start this new decade out with a brief look back at the…

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Web Sightings for November 2009

The start of November blew right by me! It’s time for another monthly installment of Web Sightings. Check out Alice Pfeiffer’s Special Report for the New York Times titled At Last, Artists Harness the Internet in which she examines the work of selected artists who…

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Online, Things Are Not Always As They Appear

The 13th Annual Webby Awards Nominees have been announced and are available for public viewing. One of my favorites, nominated in the “Best Use of Animation or Motion Graphics” category, is Netsafe NetBasics, a CGI character-driven Internet Awareness Campaign website from New Zealand. Browsing through…

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History of the Internet

History of the Internet from PICOL on Vimeo. For all the Internet geeks who need a history lesson. Learn more about the video here.

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Something for everyone . . .

I thought I’d share some links that I’ve been collecting on del.icio.us lately. There’s something here for everyone. To celebrate its 12th year, The Webby Awards has put together a list of 12 of the most important, influential and beloved online videos of all-time. Each…

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Internet Named One of the 7 New Wonders of the World

USA Today and ABC’s Good Morning America named the Internet as one of the seven new wonders of the world this week. Quoting from a USA Today article that ran on Wednesday, November 15, 2006: The Internet doesn’t strut like the original wonders. It isn’t…

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2nd Annual Internet Survey for Art Teachers

Last fall, I ran a survey that was designed to gather responses from K-12 art teachers regarding their use of the Internet and other digital technologies in the classroom and home. Nearly 200 art teachers participated in that survey, providing a unique glimpse into their…

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Internet Survey for Art Teachers: The Results

In late September 2005, I posted a survey on the Web that was designed to elicit responses from K-12 art teachers regarding their use of the Internet and other digital technologies in the classroom and home. 198 teachers participated in the survey, which ran from…

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