Teaching Machines

I’ve been working this week on the “Afterword,” which is perhaps an indulgent sort of chapter to have, but whatever.

Other Writing

HEWN, No. 328 via


I chatted with Amy Chapman about a project she’s working on regarding women and ed-tech.

It’s not “work”; it’s democracy. But I voted. I also made a few end-of-the-month changes to my websites. And I signed a bunch of paperwork for the sale of land in Texas that apparently my brother and I inherited.


I’m in currently New Orleans, and I’m writing this on a very full stomach of oysters and po’boy. Upcoming week: Here, then home.


I read Joanne McNeil’s Lurking: How a Person Became a User on the flight to NOLA.

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Audrey Watters


Audrey Watters


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