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, written by Jeremy. Read the commentary.

Stuff I haven’t read that I think I ought to:

Wicked problems: Beyond Innovation: Richard at cph127 on peripheral vision, pattern experience, and solutions as questions when beating down wicked problems.

Technorati faves
: I don’t get it. This got lots of bandwidth a little while ago — how come?

John Seely Brown: “I’m Chief of Confusion, helping people ask the right questions, trying to make a difference through my work- speaking, writing, teaching.” Fun stuff here — need to come back.

Unbelievable depth of learning to be had (for free): MIT video and open source courses. Some from Berkeley. More from other places.

In contrast to the above — Why Schools Don’t Educate: John Taylor Gatto accepting the New York City Teacher of the Year Award on January 31, 1990.

Doc Searls on Making a New World: With the internet “we’re making a world … there’s a limit to how well you can live in it and still ignore the fact that it exists.”

AskOxford: I love words.

glocalization: “Glocalization is the ugliness that ensues when the global and local are shoved uncomfortably into the same concept.” — Danah Boyd, PhD student at Berkeley

Poetry from the greats.

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