True Stories of Openness

Unexpected Acts Serendipity Sprung from Open Sharing

67 Items From Category "True Stories of Connections"

Connecting (and Visiting Hawaii) Via DS106

Through DS106 I met Cathleen Nardi, who’s from Maui. And although I have never been to Hawaii, next thing I…

A Dog Named Jimmy (Rafael Mantesso)

When Rafael Mantesso‚Äôs wife left him, she took everything except his clothes, the refrigerator, and his beloved bull terrier, Jimmy….

(Dis)connections

That translates as “Education rhymes with hope.” I think that if I have a message at all, it is that…

Ten True Stories of Openness

That’s kind of how connectedness works. Sometimes people that you really need are the people across two oceans or the…

An Unexpected (Connected) Journey

I often stop and wonder, how did I get here? It wasn’t one particular moment, rather a series of interconnected…

Why Open?

Greg McVerry puts random image generating pechaflickr to work to improvise a short talk on why openness is a good…

Doors, Doors, Doors

We found each other, from over the world, over a love of door photography and open sharing. It turns out…

Connections and Poems

This collaborative poetry venture emerged rather unexpectedly in Rhizomatic Learning, where Ron shared a poem of 11 words (total) about…

From LinkedIn to Collaboratory Zone

I hear so many people devalue online connections. It’s important to remember that those are living, breathing people behind those…

A Story of Connections DS106 and the Ed Administrator

Open sharing and connections are the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. They are the everyday simple…

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