Monthly Archives: April 2005

Info consumption styles

Why consuming information is different from eating chocolate and borrowing eggs.
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Discussion styles

Why discussions via blogs are different from those on mailing lists and forums.
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Posted in 28, Cognitive Styles | 1 Comment

Teaching vs. canned texts

Knowledge technology is now ready for emancipation from single-tracked, excessive textualization, but IP policy is not!
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Personal reflection

The debate about D. Grey’s “Personal Learning” post and G. Siemens’ comment intrigues me.
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Less is more

About “feed overload/intimidation syndrome” and feed selection habits.
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