Left in Front – CHICAGO (1 Jan. 2013) – The First Edition of the Peeragogy Handbook was published today on Public Domain Day 2013 (content is dedicated to the Public Domain)!! You can:
If you are fortunate enough to share a neighborhood with a leafy elm, a gnarly oak, a soaring redwood, take another look at its silhouette against the sky. That self-similar 4-D explosion of branching branches is a clue to a cosmic riddle or two and a key concept in fields as unrelated as vascular surgery and software design.
The Buddha knew this, and so do neurologists, database programmers, and mythologists.
taken from Howard Rheingold’s The Shape of the Universe, you can read the rest by clicking here
image: mu, by Charles Jeffrey Danoff, cca. Spring 2008, public domain
ibiblio has more resources available than one could properly explore in several lifetimes. with so many things like this available, is the step now to continue creating more and more content – or is the more important skill lie in figuring out how to navigate the already created content quickly in ways that suit your needs? or are both indispensible tools for 21st century “modern” societal participation?
- these ideas are not original – and i forget where they came from, i’m sure they are worded somewhere else better, probably by howard rheingold who discussese these things, and is definitely one of the main sources of where i got the ideas in the first place.