22 January 2010

Taxonomy of Learning Theories

(Flickr Set) Information Design

Design patterns (Grouped into 6 ‘lenses’ giving different perspectives)

How to turn a sphere inside-out

Single-celled creature without any nervous system (and thus intelligence in the classical sense), can provide an efficient solution to a routing problem.

arxiv.org/abs/0911.2390: How creative should creators be to optimize the evolution of ideas? Via

Radical Cartographers : http://www.an-atlas.com/bios.htm

http://www.grungetextures.com/ (Brown Paper Paper & Cardboard)

(Chapter Summaries) "The Art of Buying Art"

Top Nuit Blanche picks

"When subject matter is a little more remote and hard won, we contemplate and absorb more..." - Robert Genn
"Philosophy of science is about as useful to scientists as ornithology is to birds." - Richard Feynman (
"Observe customers in action. Trust what you see, not what they articulate or verbalize." - Scott Cook (Intuit) Via dharmesh
"..rarely do you know how good you have it, until you see it in the rear-view mirror." - TU
"What I'm attempting in each picture is nothing other than this.. to bring together in a living and viable way, the most different and the most contradictory elements in the greatest possible freedom." - Richter

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