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Jennifer Englund

@podehaye @Bali_Maha @withknown @benwerd perhaps, but also along the lines of keeping all your comments, etc in one place.

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Just stumbled upon this comment...Tim, will this process work for responding to comments *all the time* on various sites, platforms, etc? That's what the underlying principle of a webmention is, yes? (trying to get a meta-look at what this means) If so, this is a great way to have all comments (to others) in one place...

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Kevin's Meandering Mind | In Support of Those Who Lurk

Comment on lurking:
I’m starting to wonder if lurking is part of a larger process…what role does it play in helping a person feel comfortable with the use of social media (especially if s/he is first using it as an adult learner) and experiencing the norms of a group? What role does it play in a move towards openness

I remember thinking about this when reading Mariana Funes’ story of her journey towards being an “open sharer” (http://mdvfunes.com/2014/05/25/the-psychology-of-open-on-wrestling-your-inner-mooc/). She brings up several good points that address the inner barriers that academics may face and strategies for overcoming those barriers.

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