A generative mindset
A few ideas for the daily, heuristic practice of cultivating a generative mindset when faced with complexity.
A "wiki-like" symmathesic design pattern
The Wiki Way influenced my digital garden. The wiki provides a design pattern for “learning together” that can be extended across media.
On Ward Cunningham’s Wiki Wiki Web and seeking out interconnections among ideas. But also, about learning as a process. Humility and wonder at digital development. Digital gardening.
Value for value
“If the Internet makes possible an apparently contributory economy – typified by free and open source software – it is because it is a technical environment in which the recipients are put in the position of senders: it is dialogical.” — Bernard Stiegler
The content of this post began when I asked myself, friends, and acquaintances what might be worth sharing about what we are learning from the pandemic. Can we find catharsis, together?
Teaching and learning to co-create
Presenting a book I co-edited and collaborated on that evolved out of the experience of several international multi-lingual networked projects conducted from a less constructivist teaching milieu. The book asks what it is that we learn if our purpose is to learn, through a critical pedagogical approach, how to bring out the best in each other’s voices and actions.
A tool for digital literacy
Link to and reflection on the simple Texpattern CMS theme I made to interlink multiple-user content through key words, related articles, categories, the search function, and links to author pages listing authors’ articles. Designed to promote collaborative, project-based relational learning but could be used for IndieWeb.
Teaching digital literacy
In a class environment, students can work together to generate ideas and experience conscientious co-creation. This can be helped by the right guidelines and encouragement.
Free Software Foundation 35
Stallman on resisting the status quo and seeking out alternatives to dark tech; current president Knauth on how the community can still get things done even when there are great interpersonal differences, and a link to my contribution…