Archives for April 2007

Tool rather than wizard

In a recent podcast, an extraordinary think-tool project was labelled maverick and esoteric. I think we still have not
learned to embrace cognitive diversity. Read more…

30 April 2007 | Cognitive Styles | 1 Comment

Concepts not nodes

In an interesting discussion between G. Siemens and S. Downes, they are addressing “knowledge elements”, concepts, nodes in the network, and entities. I am trying to understand the issues by looking at the “ports” of the network nodes. Read more…

22 April 2007 | Knowledge management | 3 Comments

RDF humanized

Resource descriptions are not the adequate approach for supporting human learning and knowledge. But there are also people working on more humanized RDF approaches.

1 April 2007 | Knowledge management | No Comments

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