Childism and Intrinsic Interest

October 12, 2013

Being both Autistic and an educator, I’m very interested in how our educational institutions are structured to inure children to accept the heteronomy of adult run institutions. I know that if children are given autonomy to do whatever they want that disaster will ensue, but I also know that we do not help children learn […]

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Thinking autism

July 15, 2012

I was reading Ragga’s post Why Parents of Autistic Kids Get Judged and What to Do About It and I had some thoughts. I’ve not blogged in over 12 months, but I’m really getting into studying sensory integration disorders and Melanie and I are writing a book chapter on autistic semiotics. In response to her […]

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The Philosophy of Facebook or, the real reason Facebook doesn’t care about privacy

December 31, 2010

Please check out EdgeLab Research Associate Kate Raynes-Goldie’s blog post The Philosophy of Facebook or, the real reason Facebook doesn’t care about privacy. Kate has really been driving the privacy agenda at the lab since she arrived, organizing the first privacy camp last june (see http://privacycampto.org/), and helping us with the upcoming one this spring. She’s […]

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