16 February 2010


The theory of avatars in workplace learning has largely been developed by Byron Reeves at Stanford.


(Exhibit) "Magnificent Maps: Power, Propaganda and Art" is a visual extravaganza that will fascinate and entrance visitors while challenging their assumptions about the very nature and purpose of maps.

The Creative Process : Interview with Seth Godin

Why You Need to Be a Big Dreamer

(Book) Proust Was a Neuroscientist


"A classic is something that everybody wants to have read, and nobody wants to read." - Mark Twain
"People who do all they can, with what they've got, from where they are, no matter how puny their actions, how tiny their steps, or how futile it may seem, simply have more fun." - TU
"A hero ain't nothing but a sandwich." - Tom Waits
"Whoever imagines mental deep permeable barriers which actually do not exist, and then thinks them away, has understood the world. As space is entrapped in geometry's network of lines, thought is caught in its (own) inherent laws. Maps make the world comprehensible to us; we are still waiting for the star-maps of the spirit. In the same way than ambling through fields we risk getting lost, the spirit negotiates its terrain." - Friedrich Rückert, Wisdom of the Brahmins (first translation by Robinson/Benking of the original German version)
"A man's errors are his portals of discovery." - James Joyce

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