The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @wfryer ever

November 2nd, 2011

Great video: From EBooks to ETextbooks to Multimedia: The Relevance of EReaders and Tablets for Open ow.ly/7hpjh

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@glovely oh I’m here :-) I don’t schedule tweets! What’s up?

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David Wiley’s @opencontent TEDxNYED talk on openness & why curricula shouldn’t reside on a CMS/LMS is a ‘must sow.ly/7hpdt5 #fb

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opencontent Thanks for an incredible ! *ALL* videos are now online! openedconference.org/2011/ (Concurrent session video links are in the program.)

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Definitely the longest blog comment I’ve ever written ow.ly/7hoku (on the subjects of interactive publishing on the open web / OER)

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@tmemann I think I fixed all the pronouns!

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@tmemann thanks for the correction - sorry! I’ll fix that asap…

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k12online New post: Announcing K-12 Online 2011 Presenters bit.ly/s4puiY

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If I was king we wouldn’t have these in stores till Dec 1. Alas I am but the squire… twitpic.com/7a2r4g

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@authorspeak2011 please tweet the post by @tmemann again you shared this am ow.ly/7gTeM but attribute him instead of me :-)

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@tmemann we’re all learning together! Glad to make your virtual acquaintance & keep up the CC image use / attribution! :-)

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New post: Lessons Learned from Image Attribution & Tweetribution Confuspeak @authorspeak2bit.ly/vEdSODCdzt

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@tmemann there are some good lessons learned here… I’m about to share a post on it. I’ve subscribed to your blog now, btw :-)

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@tmemann you are most welcome - thank you for properly attributing the image! The high # of retweets on this caught my attention

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@tmemann @wylio will work with any blog, however they changed their terms & its no longer free. I really like their attribution formatting

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@tmemann I’m not sure, it depends if wordpress.com will let you install the plugin. I think they restrict what’s available.

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@tmemann Photodropper also is nice & has a fress pluow.ly/7h4EH70tq

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@tmemann thanks for the fast fix! I haven’t seen imagecodr - I like using wylio.com for it’s image attribution code

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@tmemann yes definitely keep the link, I think the issue is it doesn’t say “Photo by Wesley Fryer” and it looks like I wrote the actual post

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@tmemann Hi Tannis - can you please change your image attribution on your post today ow.ly/7h30q so it says “Photo by Wesley…

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@mrjfloresedu they are scheduling it now, it’s a late add… “Improving Reading, Writing and Critical Thinking Skills with Media” 3:15-4:15

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@MrJFloresEDU yes, I’ll be attending & presenting at ILI (Norman) on Nov 10th & ODLA Nov 9th (Rose State) - see you there! :-)

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@neilringrose Thanks for the RT of yesterday’s session on Creativity as a Decision - lots of great ideas there! :-)

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kylepace Traditional media stories are primarily negative. If YOU’RE not telling your story, someone else will be.

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@KamuKapoi I heard about you from @kevinhoneycutt - I probably need your 90 challenge :-)

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@jagill very cool! Bulent Atalay has an amazing mind, glad you found video from him. I missed his preso yesterday at

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Just shared an impassioned comment on why “Moodle is not good enough” for curriculum sharing & publishing student wow.ly/7gHMwDsaB

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About to hear Bulent Atalay speak! (@ Oklahoma City University) 4sq.com/ulQRBT

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“For safety, it [videoconf service Rounds] only allowed Facebook users with more than 100 friends to use the service” bit.ly/v2Xxbk

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