I'm the manager of IT and Distance Education for UNH Cooperative Extension and Chair of the Network Literacy Community of Practice with eXtension. I provide technical support, training, Salesforce administration, and develop web-based applications using Drupal, Coldfusion, HTML, AJAX, and Flex. I'm interested in how the Internet can enable organizations like Extension be more effective, less redundant, and more agile.

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Stephen Judd

Thanks @ndbob and @kjeannette for being my "thinking partners" - Joy and Necessity of Micro-Collaborations - http://bit.ly/2hMcR7G

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A beginner’s guide to beefing up your privacy and security online - http://bit.ly/2gM5jkC - a foundation of is being secure

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The Distribution of Users’ Computer Skills: Worse Than You Think - http://bit.ly/2eBbNEY - keep this in mind -

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Is that a purse or a padlock? The "Department of Chromeland Security" is on a mission - http://bit.ly/2eGumUh

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Crap detection is a foundational skill for - Strategies to decipher what is real... - http://bit.ly/2eAkhbv via @BeCyberwise

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On Digital Literacies – ProfHacker - The Chronicle of Higher Education - http://bit.ly/2ezrR6m - "Tools are not literacies"

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The community of practice identity test - http://bit.ly/2bfNJWf - "I am a..."

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Disconnected, fragmented, or united? a trans-disciplinary review of network science | Applied Network Science | Full Text

During decades the study of networks has been divided between the efforts of social scientists and natural scientists, two groups of scholars who often do not see eye to eye. In this review I present an effort to mutually translate the work conducted by scholars from both of these academic fronts hoping to continue to unify what has become a diverging body of literature. I argue that social and natural scientists fail to see eye to eye because they have diverging academic goals. Social scientists focus on explaining how context specific social and economic mechanisms drive the structure of networks and on how networks shape social and economic outcomes. By contrast, natural scientists focus primarily on modeling network characteristics that are independent of context, since their focus is to identify universal characteristics of systems

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Guilds of trees share their sugar | Ars Technica - http://bit.ly/1SQfdfd - nature's network in action

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The Org Chart Is Dead - http://bit.ly/1XByhSg - "the simple hierarchy has been replaced with a functional matrix"