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Serendipity via Online Virtual Literature Circles

February 9, 2013

This week I received an email from tech guru and friend Alan Levine, better know in the Twitterverse as @cogdog. Alan is managing a lot of the Blogs for #etmooc (Educational Technology Massive Online Open Course) and is an expert at mentoring people in the art of Digital Storytelling. Alan wanted examples of how sharing online resulted in something you could not predict, a gift back, as it were, or serendipity.

Here’s Alan’s request, “True Stories of Open Sharing”:

And here’s my response:

You can find my GoogleLitTrip of Elizabeth Honey’s book “Remote Man” here:

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