Tag Archives: Outside Work

So it’s been six months…

…of radio silence, and while the site stats for Curriculum Veto don’t suggest that there are thousands of you out there in webspace gnashing your teeth, bellowing for more posts till your throats go raw, and weeping at the petulant … Continue reading

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The Coming of Blunderbuss Magazine and the Future of Curriculum Veto

If you’re even a semi-regular visitor to Curriculum Veto, you have likely noticed that it’s been awhile since I’ve updated this blog, and longer still since I’ve kept up a regular weeklyish clip of fresh content. There is a reason … Continue reading

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Hiatus Over: New Post About Burning Man and Education on Formative Justice

The playa at sunrise. Black Rock City, NV. Photo by Kevin Tang. Hi all. My blogging hiatus is officially over. The latest draft of my novel is finished, I have returned from my trip West, and I’m in the swing … Continue reading

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(Temporarily) Hanging Up My Spurs (Sort Of)

If you are among the handful that follow Curriculum Veto with any consistency, you may have noticed that it’s been a couple weeks since my last post. There is a reason for this. I am currently wrapping up work on … Continue reading

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Now Blogging at Formative Justice!

Teachers College professor Robbie McClintock has started a blog called Formative Justice, designed to help encourage and foment “the education and culture that all persons merit.” Robbie is a thinker who is at once radical and pragmatic, and I respect … Continue reading

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I Occupied Business Insider This Afternoon

Pic from the AP. Yours truly highlighted by Business Insider. Earlier this afternoon, Business Insider ran my defense of the efficacy and necessity of Occupy. The full article is here. A taste: Journalists, accustomed to single-issue campaigns, are inclined to … Continue reading

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