The University is Dead. Welcome to the New Education Movement.
3.5 Days in a in a Lack-of-Data Haze. Last week I had to go do some Japanese-style camping. Skipping the horrific details, suffice it to say, I was outside the stream – I lacked data. Had insufficient information. No place in the global network. Did not like it. Since snatching up an LG-V in 2005, and the soon to follow procession of Blackberries and iPhones, I really haven’t been disconnected. At all. And I like it that way. This really was my first removal since the gradually maturing era of ubiquitous mobile data began gradually maturing. It was a bit surprising [read full post]
Today I’m launching a a recurring snippet feature here at anthrobotic, The Terminal Anachronism. Presentation shall be: Terminal Anachronism: Identified Product/Process/Issue (applied verdict) For all Terminal Anachronism posts, click here. __________________________________________________________________ “Frankly, I don’t read magazines or newspapers, and if every last one of you were all erased from the planet tomorrow I would not notice and I would not care.” –Fake Steve Jobs A thought for Thursday, June 23, 2011: I was trying to remember the last time I used a newspaper or magazine for anything other than wrapping paper – it’s definitely been close to two years… Halt the [read full post]