Author Archives: Seth Goodman

About Seth Goodman

Denizen of the southwest, college employee, ASU graduate student, unofficial student of Edu Tech; focused on family...tentatively enthralled by everything else. about.me/sethgoodman

TV Guide Makeover

Tonight I dipped into the DS106 Assignment Bank to complete my first assignment, in this case Writing Assignment 722, TV Guide Remix. I thought this was respectable low-hanging fruit for The Twilight Zone episodes we are considering this week and … Continue reading

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Turn-About

During spring 2013, I used this blog to host a project I executed for a graduate school course, in which I investigated the practice of a select population through their online activity during a period of time that roughly began … Continue reading

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Jobot Coffee

I have always been a sucker for bookstores. So when I pulled up to Jobot Coffee along the hip tranquility of 5th & Roosevelt and noticed an old house with the sign “Lawn Gnome Books,” I was hooked. This sleepy … Continue reading

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Lola Coffee

Lola Coffee is such a wonderfully local coffeehouse that it is located at the intersection of local and local. Nestled into the corner of 3rd Avenue and Roosevelt, this coffeehouse is located within a stones throw of high density residences, … Continue reading

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Giant Coffee

As I settled into the tall, padded booth running along the length of the south wall I thought about how Giant Coffee was a bit of a contradiction: on the one hand it was the coffeehouse space I liked the … Continue reading

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Copper Star Coffee

I step into Copper Star Coffee on a Saturday mid-morning, walking through the large, open bay door (thisĀ  coffeehouse is a converted, vintage gas station). With the bay door open, the inside becomes indistinguishable from the outside as the campfire … Continue reading

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