Learning spaces

I browsed through only the seemingly interested chapters of the book craving something inspiring to print on neat, doublesided, doublepaged papers.

Unbelieavable amount of characters, nothing new, I got no clue who should be reading this lot? Sorry, this one is anti-Siemens, the opposite of the diagram-spectrum, not one included. Self-evident eureka, that people actually learn something while talking to each other informally at informal spaces. Still having the nightmare that people actually could be taught? Let’s call it a doctrine.

Tom Standage just reminded me of the institution of symposium. Libraries still need beer. (Also worth noting: café culture via newfocus.)


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