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Keith Hamon teaches college composition and literature in West Palm Beach, FL. He has taught writing for thirty years, conducting hybrid courses for the past five. In addition, he has administered educational technology programs in both higher education and K12 schools. Currently, he is exploring the effects of complex, multi-scale networking structures on the way we write and communicate. His research is informed by the work of Edgar Morin, Basarb Nicolescu, Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari and by the Connectivist thought of George Siemens and Stephen Downes .