Nick&Terry’s Excellent Adventure: Feldgang Meets Morgenwindgang
No, Charlie B, I will not shut up. In fact Charlie, if you don’t like it, turn around. It’s an experiment, only I am not going to use you for some vague research agenda. What I have found out over the last year is that asking people to give a damn is asking a … Continue reading Slow Viewing →
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Part one of a multimodal, unsanctioned translation of Nick Sousanis’ Unflattening. Bonus points to whoever can place the soundtrack in the right movie.
Susan wrote the original post.
I followed up with a PopcornMaker translation of her post.
Susan remixed my translation of her post. Voila, below!
I have been closely annotating my way via the Rhizo15 Diigo Group through a rich repast of a blog post by Sarah Perry on Venkat Rao’s blog, Ribbonfarm. One of her purposes is to explore how identity is created or as she terms it, ‘peopled’. Perry draws on the writing of Philippe Rochat in his book, Others … Continue reading Creating Ritual Space in #Rhizo15: Why and How →
I borrowed this phrase from Stacy Kerr’s YouTube Video of the same name. I am also reminded of Alexandra’s Horowitz’s On Looking: Eleven Walks with Expert Ideas as I write this. The purpose of my post is to get interaction with the reader in three different ways on the topic of rhizomatic learning via three different … Continue reading One Walk, Three Ways →
Haiku here inspired by Susan Watson’s poem “Quicksand, Ellipsis”. The story behind this is simple. When it gets emerald and alive and warm and foggy with spring life squeezing into every open door and window and orifice of perception…well, that is surfeit of, too much of, much too much of necessary Spring. The poem also arises out … Continue reading SpringHaikuTooMuch →
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Canva Design School Blog One of my favorite brushes for my digital palette is Canva. I like it because it is free to use, easily shared, remixable, a user-friendly joy to use, and so very handy. I have always thought of Canva as one of those perfect hothouses for creative work– any age and skill level. … Continue reading A Month of Creative Ideas? Join Us →