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Ten True Stories of Openness (Amy Burvall)

That’s kind of how connectedness works. Sometimes people that you really need are the people across two oceans or the people across the ether, not necessarily people living in your same geographical vicinity. I appreciate that, and that’s what connectedness means to me.

Story 10 Bearded Ladies

Story 9: Gutenberg Parenthesis

Story 8: Warhol Skecth

So tempted to make hair white but had to stay consistent #andywarhol

A photo posted by Amy Burvall (@amyburvall) on

Story 7: TV Show Host Tweets Back

Story 6: Can You Both Selfie for Me?

More than thrilled that my 2 intellectual bad boy crushes sent me a photo today from TED 😉 #swoon #mybrainneedsashower

A photo posted by Amy Burvall (@amyburvall) on

Story 5: Students Back Channeling with TED Talkers

Story 4: Thinking Out Loud on Twitter

Story 3: Clive Thompson Joins My Class Reading Project

  • @pomeranian99 (Clive Thompson on twitter)
  • Collision Detection (Clive Thompson blog)
  • Smarter Than You Think (book by Clive Thompson)
  • Smarter Than You Think Collaborative Reading (Google+ Community)
  • Story 2: Collaboration From Hawaii to Maine

    Story 1: #Jesuischarlie

    #JeSuisCharlie Beautiful artwork by @amyburvall

    A photo posted by hellogiggles (@hellogiggles) on

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    3 Responses to “Ten True Stories of Openness (Amy Burvall)”

    1. […] It may take me a few more weeks to mine the internet for all relevant links, but you will find all of them on her Ten Stories of Connection. […]

    2. […] went through all kinds of dead ends a few months ago when writing a post about Amy Burvall’s work for my True Stories of Openness. In her video, she mentioned an Instagram photo she did in honor of Andy Warhol’s birthday. […]

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