random notes and such from rhizo15
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starting mar 15, 2015:
rhizomatic dot net site:
starting april 15 2015:
Rhizomatic learning is a story for learning that starts from the idea that this standard doesn’t exist. It posits a learning experience where the curriculum of the course is the people that are in it.
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Mary Ann‘s take on week 1:
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@willrich45 welcome aboard… are we lurking or diving in?
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/davecormier/status/592852186331258881
so – how do we know lurking isn’t diving in ..
Mary Ann – may
play is not limited to participation based on what we can see or what we think we know.
In the learning spaces we most need, learning is already happening. No one is waiting for us to show up, unless we have forced them.
..nothing to prove
I need to bookmark this post and read it about once a month. http://t.co/Mh735L0XhP I always forget #rhizo15
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/davecormier/status/599604616590921728
week 6 – an artifact.. but not frozen.. right?
perhaps light: let go ness.
perhaps heavy: output ness.
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@davecormier Quantum bizarreness: Measurement is everything. Reality does not exist until it is measured. http://t.co/5AeSRA0XNN #rhizo15
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/barry_dyck/status/605387632546160640
Common sense says the object is either wave-like or particle-like, independent of how we measure it. But quantum physics predicts that whether you observe wave like behavior (interference) or particle behavior (no interference) depends only on how it is actually measured at the end of its journey. This is exactly what the ANU team found.
The new measurements show a lifetime of 2050 seconds, which corresponds to approximately ½ hour. This is the longest lifetime ever measured in a laboratory.
more from original article:
It proves that measurement is everything. At the quantum level, reality does not exist if you are not looking at it,” said Associate Professor Andrew Truscott from the ANU Research School of Physics and Engineering.
from Tim Berners-Lee‘s weaving the web.. (and convos about newcomers.. people leaving.. et al)
p. 162 – by building a hypertext web, a group of people whatever sized could easily express themselves, quickly acquire and convey knowledge, overcome misunderstandings, and reduce duplication of effort. this would give people in a group a new power to build something together.
people would also have a running model of their plans and reasoning. a web of knowledge linked through hypertext would contain a snapshot of their shared understanding. when new people joined a group they would have the legacy of decisions and reasons available for inspection. when people left the group their work would already have been captured and integrated.as an exciting bonus, machine analysis of the web of knowledge could perhaps allow the participants to draw conclusions about management and organization of their collective activity that they would not otherwise have elucidated.
the intention was that the web be used as a personal information system, and a group tool on all scales, ..
document everything ness