Answers for Society’s Most Uncomfortable Questions

5 Helpful Answers To Society’s Most Uncomfortable Questions | Cracked.com. [parts saved here for posterity] You’re not a person. This is going to sound like some real Rust Cohle shit, but bear with me because deep down you already know all of this. For instance, you already know that you are, to a certain degree, a productContinue reading “Answers for Society’s Most Uncomfortable Questions”

Network learning – Social Media helps us learn

Some interesting thoughts in an article titled “Social Media’s Effect on Learning” over on a WSJ Blog. Some snippets: “Bilingual people aren’t cognitively smarter, but they are more cognitively flexible,” “Practice at constant switching improves an aspect of their cognitive abilities.” “This is much like what people do when they’re updating their Twitter status, instant-messagingContinue reading “Network learning – Social Media helps us learn”

Depth = Full Focus Attention

Mark Pesce in his contribution to a piece on ABC Unleased shares in “My dreams for 2010” What Mark refers to as depth is what Linda Stone calls “the next aphrodisiac” in her talk at Supernova 2005 – Full Focused Attention.  Five years into Linda’s 20 year cycle framework of culture, cycle where swinging backContinue reading “Depth = Full Focus Attention”

Post Industrial Context Shifting and Network Productivity

Back in 2005 after thinking about “Attention, Recognition & Context” I wrote in 2006 that I was “hung up on the concept of context”  and a bit later “On context and openness” Which lead to the thinking about how I do what I do at Lifekludger, documented in the “Contexts and Clues” section of theContinue reading “Post Industrial Context Shifting and Network Productivity”