“A book is a mirror; if an ass peers into it, you can’t expect an apostle to look out” – G.C Lichtenberg
Had GC Lichtenberg been alive today, he might well have been talking about the internet. We’re the ones teaching the internet what to be with our every use. Utopia [...]
University of Texas professor David Parry is my idea of the future of education. According to Parry:
“The more we try to put those walls up, and say “I’m a professor, I only talk inside the class” the more irrelevant we become.”
I cannot agree more. This is what [...]
Recorded in 2005, Howard Rheingold talks about the critical importance of collaboration, participatory media and collective action in shaping a better and more effective world. Great historical examples of human interdependence, cooperation, helping and other civilised behaviours that helped humans to thrive and survive through adversity – all alternatives to more destructive models [...]
The aptly titled “you don’t understand our audience”
Today while I was surfing through the most popular delicious links, I found this article (above). It’s about — well, I don’t actually know what it’s about because the content was locked behind a registration field.
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I think happiness is the ultimate best practice. And it does take practice. TED speakers Dan Gilbert and Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard explain.
(the delightful) Dan Gilbert Psychologist Dan Gilbert says happiness is not what we think. Sorry VISA, but according to hard science, we really can’t buy happiness. In fact, not getting what you [...]