Part one of a multimodal, unsanctioned translation of Nick Sousanis’ Unflattening. Bonus points to whoever can place the soundtrack in the right movie.
I have been working at trying to identify what #rhizopractice might or might not look like. I kept expecting some kind of look at rhizomatic practice (and we may yet get that), but this week seemed like a free for all so I decided to learn rhizomatically, medially, marginally, and disruptively as much as I … Continue reading Case Studies in Rhizomatic Practice →
I had kinda lost touch with etherpad. I occasionally used a version of it like PrimaryPad or TitanPad when I was collaborating with friends,but I hadn’t paid any attention to what the Etherpad Foundation was doing with the code since Google bought the company and released the code in the wild. Well…it now has video. … Continue reading 5/10/15: VideoEtherpad on Multiple of Five Day in May →
@sensor63 @telliowkuwp Does most language defraud experience? See beautiful coastline & say: That’s nice. Defrocked & defrauded, no? — Keith Hamon (@kwhamon) May 5, 2015 Above is the tweet … Source: impedagogy.com The haiku is also performed backwards. It might mean the same backwards and forwards. Not sure, but I know this for sure–without the impetus … Continue reading A HaikuGif: 円相, Enso, 円相 →
I have been experimenting with the idea of ‘feedforward’ in my work here in #Rhizo15. In a guided journaling exercise I shared with some folks (and I am still sifting through your responses) I disc… Source: impedagogy.com I am the worker bee scouting out food and bringing back maps. You figure out the line of flight … Continue reading TrailBlazing: Rhizomatic Practice →