Post ThatCamp link round up

During all sessions yesterday there were links referred to that some people (me!) didn’t get down or that were promised.

Here are a number that I recall from the sessions I was in:

Someone was asking about Privacy and Scott Ludlum, and I told them about a Privacy workshop happening next week that he will be at along with a number of others in the field, including Angela Davy, Asher Wolf and Leanne O’Donnell.

Also, for Fiona’s ipython/NLTK notes, there is an excellent intro to Python text written by a high school teacher for his students, called “How to think like a computer scientist“. It’s free to download, but you can buy the dead tree if you want.

In relation to Digital Archives and death, I noted this float past on my twits overnight which I thought others might be interested in http://networkedmortality.com/Main_Page

And for the ICT in schools/Education presentation, we were talking about MinecraftEDU for teachers and Kano for the young kids, and Matt’s curriculum is on github as part of CSIRO’s scientists in schools program.

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Also, this was mentioned during Fiona’s NLTK talk: Rappers, sorted by size of vocabulary

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About Lachlan Musicman

Systems Administrator, interested human.

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