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Alexandre Enkerli
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Prepping up for +Mark Wagner session on Edu appropriation of Google Search. #gafesummit https://sites.google.com/a/edtechteam.com/www/workshops/2014-09-27search
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Who decides what qualifies as responsible use of technology? #gafesummit 
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Shelton alluding to responsible computing. Now on to #TechnologicalAppropriation with Makers. #gafesummit 
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Ça commence tout bientôt! Gratuit et ouvert, comme les badges.
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Venir découvrir et explorer les badges numériques ouverts (Open Badges) en éducation lors du laboratoire en ligne de la Vitrine technologie-éducation (VTÉ). La première étape commence mercredi 15 octobre à 9h00 (heure du Québec). Il est encore temps de vous inscrire : c'est gratuit !
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Vraiment très convaincant! Impro inspirée, bien bâtie, bonne intonation, son riche et égal…

Viens tout juste de commencer à découvrir le début du prélude du monde des chalumeaux. Vais probablement commencer avec un xaphoon et on verra comment ça se passe par la suite. Pour un saxophoniste, ça va être tout un défi d’apprendre des doigtés différents. Et développer une nouvelle embouchure…

Ça serait plutôt génial d’expérimenter en FabLab avec ce genre d’instrument. Avec différents matériaux et dans différentes échelles. C’est là où l’ethnomusicologue se réveille. 

Un jour, ce serait bien de jouer avec un tel instrument. Mais allons-y par étapes…
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C’tait chez Mandela?
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Oui! C'était une bonne fin de semane.
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#PoeticJustice My Nexus7 downloaded #KitKat automatically while I was discussing Android’s postrelease Open Source model to class.
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Lots of teeth brushed at #GAfESummit. Debunking the #DigitalNative myth. 
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Can the 1100 make almond milk, or just the 1400?
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my dick can make some nut milk, you want some? 
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Est-ce qu’on devrait entendre quelque-chose? Si oui, il y a peut-être un problème de conversion.
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+Jean - Luc Bergey Si le goût était au rendez-vous…
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Nous sommes tous complices, surtout lorsqu'il s'agit d'apprendre ensemble de façon creative. 
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Finally getting a hang of this #Movember thing.
Alexandre's Motivation: grows awareness as my moustache grows.
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Education
  • Indiana University
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  • Indiana University
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Introduction
French-speaking ethnographer linguistic anthropologist, ethnomusicologist, coffee homeroaster, beer homebrewer, saxophone player, and human being.
Francophone jusqu’au bout des ongles: né au Québec d’une mère Québécoise et d’un père Suisse-Romand, effectuant des recherches avec des chasseurs au Mali, autrefois marié à une Acadienne… Un hédoniste dans l’âme et dans les actes. «Nous avons toute la vie pour nous amuser, nous avons toute la mort pour nous reposer»
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Ethnographer
Employment
  • Concordia University
    Part-Time Faculty, present
  • Université de Montréal
  • Indiana University Bloomington
  • Indiana University South Bend
  • Bridgewater State College
  • Tufts University
  • Baptist Health System
  • Saine Marketing
  • University of New Brunswick Fredericton
  • Descarie et Complices
  • Cachette du Bootlegger
  • Couleur café
  • Grain de sel
  • Petite ardoise
  • Le Biniou
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Currently
Gatineau, Qc, CA
Previously
Montreal, Qc, CA - Laval, Qc, CA - Austin, TX - Bloomington, IN - South Bend, IN - Lausanne, VD, CH - Bamako, ML - Montreal, Qc, CA - Brockton, MA - Northampton, MA - Cambridge, MA - Nyon, VD, CH
Unimpressed. Not that the food, service, and ambiance were really subpar. But there was something less-than-awesome about each of these. In terms of food, it was quite underwhelming. Today's “special” pizza, (squash, fontina, béchamel, and bacon…) was full of red onion. Problem was: the raw onion flavour was overpowering, I understand the concept of having some bold flavours to complement the squash sweetness. But this wasn't a particularly successful execution, especially since there was a fairly unwelcome spiciness in the pie. In a way, the pizza tasted as if the chef were trying to hide something. With green bell pepper, the intention would just have been clearer. The braised pork flank with polenta was better, but Triple Crown’s Colin Perry would have made the dish sing. In fact, the best part might have been the Brussels sprouts salad, which was intriguing enough to warrant a nod. Another thing which reminded me of Triple Crown was the ginger soda. But, then again, the TC version is more enjoyable. Service wasn't really rude but, as it happens on occasion when I dine alone, it was clear that I was perceived as a less-profitable patron. As for ambiance… Isn't there a limit to how dark you can make a restaurant before it feels like you're hiding something? If so, this place is darker than that. I'll give Magpie another chance, of course. Probably for lunch, or at least before dusk. But there are so many other places I want to try. This won't be a priority.
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Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Went there with the notion that it was a smokehouse. It really isn’t. While they do serve food from a smoker, it’s really just an uninspired bar. One of those bars where bar staff has trouble keeping up with batch drink orders, where patrons are lucky to even get a server’s attention, where it can take over twenty minutes to receive a piece of pie, where young women are called “girls” by the manager, where TVs above the bar show random sports channels, where the staff acts as if it were faced by an invasion… By reference to the Southern theme, I did see some places like this in Texas. But they weren’t BBQ joints, they were just sports bars. “Le Fumoir Rubs Smokehouse” is just an uninspired sports bar. Of course, there’s nothing intrinsically wrong with uninspired sports bars. There’s plenty of those all around, including in Montreal. But why go there when you can go to more interesting places all around it? Did we really need this place? The meat itself is good (much better than the sauce, sides, or pie). Yet having a meal there may represent an offence to the staff, as they seem to have no idea that someone might want to have anything besides finger food at a place like this. This is the kind of place where you expect buckets of chicken wings to be served (at a heavy discount), not Texas-style ribs. If it weren’t for the meat, this place would be indistinguishable from all those interchangeable bars and clubs around Peel or Crescent. There’s good meat to be had within walking distance of Le Fumoir so why submit to the aggravation?
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Excellent location at a remarkably low price. Even the smallest room is quite nice and cozy. Would/will likely go back.
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It's almost a tradition to go there for breakfast.
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A bit far from downtown but a nice and comfortable place at decent rates (especially off-season).
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