Just noticed that all the RSA project blogs seem to have been combined into one - can anyone share the thinking behind this? Might be useful to know as it may be analogous to consolidating Ning networks?
The thinking is threefold. One, we've moved to working in a much more interdisciplinary way in the last few months, so that it makes less sense being siloed.
And, two, from my point of view many of the best thoughts come from accidental juxtaposition. So what happens when thought by an expert in design rubs up next to an educationalist, or an expert in neuroscience?
Thirdly, it's about pulling power. I think in the increasingly noisy web, the sum of our parts is worth more than we can say individually.
Thanks Dave and Tessy. Also glad you noticed, and great to have early feedback. Just to add to Will's points, we're trialling it and it's not without its sceptics, so we'd appreciate you telling us what you think as it develops.
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