I write as documentation as well as for fun. I explore ideas in the open through my posts and have hundreds of articles I’ve written over the years. I blog on edtech, leadership and open source kinds of things, but I have bodies of work that are loosely and/or completely unrelated.


Freshly Brewed Thoughts Weekly Newsletter

My ever evolving newsletter gives you a window into my mind. I share what I’ve been reading and thinking each week.

Useful Writing

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The Useful Writing section is a round up of posts from the past several years. These posts are the ones that are most universally relevant or the most popular.

Maybe Zombies

Maybe this book is about zombies. Maybe it’s not. Either way, it’s an adventure and there’s some odd stuff going on.

How to Wake Up

How to Wake Up is a novel I wrote. Someday, I will market it. I’ve heard it’s good.

Bad Title Thesis

Far away and long ago, I wrote the first Masters thesis on Web Literacy. Here it is in its entirety.

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