I was thinking about the terms “native” and “immigrant” that were coined by Marc Prensky back around 2001, and I stumbled upon this further thinking by Prensky on the terminology. His focus now is on “Digital wisdom.” He says: “Problems too often stem from people making judgments that reflect their own formative cultures, and thinking of those judgments as culture-independent or absolute. Immigrants have to watch out for thinking the way they learned to do things is still the best way. Natives need to realize that they still have to learn many things about technology — and life. That is why it is important that we all learn to work together, with mutual respect, to find Digital Wisdom.” It all comes down to adapting, embracing and changing.
Interesting look at how the new technologies are changing the way journalism is being taught and will be practiced in the future. The part on the ethics of 360 degree shooting is quite an eye-opener.
Are you a spatial learner? Then you need a “memory palace”!
If you remember Second Life, looks like it has another life yet with this new VR project.
GoPro VR is on the move. If the prices come down, like they indicate, this could be huge.
This could revolutionize everything. Is it a camera or not?
Makerspaces are everywhere, and getting cheaper!
I did this with my iPhone. Works well. Not sure how often I would use it.