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"@Paul, why does Twitter work. In his unpublished theory on the Tetrad of media change Marshall McLuhan posited that new media get adopted to the degree that they follow conversational models, hence SMS, IRC, Twitter, etc. His doctoral student PAul…"
"To add to David's point, we produced the Agile Learning Newspaper using newspaperclub.co.uk built around the concept of 'Conversations about Learning' Longer versions of the conversations are on his blog (Link below). We want to turn…"
A conversation about how people are interpreting the concept of Big Society and does it need tightening as Matthew Taylor suggests, or might a 'baggy' concept be a strength and help more people get involved?
"Hi everyone, I am happy to go along with Davids suggestions for a Pecha Kulcha session on Learner-Generated Contexts and Ambient LEarning Cities, which links to the EU i2015. Maybe Roger Blamire could do a PK on EU policy and expectations for 2015?…"
I am a Visiting Research Fellow at London Knowledge Lab and founder member of the Learner-Generated Contexts Research Group and I am interested in building a participative Knowledge Economy. We think that might come from Citizen-Generated Contexts and I am interested in how RSA Fellows can become possible Knowledge Resources facilitating that.
Hi Fred, Yes, I guess so.... I was kind of hoping that someone other than me and you might say whether this was a good or bad idea... But in the deafening silence, I guess we should press on and then we'll find out what others think. What dates work for you? I am away 14-23 July, but around apart from that. Will also get back to you Monday or Tuesday next week about other stuff.
Journalist and trend forecaster James Wallman explains why more and more of us are suffering from “stuffocation” – where instead of feeling enriched by the things we own, we are stifled and overwhelmed by them.