Wednesday, October 30, 2013


TED Talks and the 'War on Consciousness' - #catalyst

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nancyflanagan (@nancyflanagan)
10/29/13 7:05 AM
Great definition of "the news:"…

Hugh MacLeod (@gapingvoid)
10/29/13 9:50 AM
@gpetriglieri Do you know Youngme Moon from HBS? Just finished her book.

I'd love you to read this article about how business has things to learn from philosophy:

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Deeply inspiring. Chile's student protest leaders hope to dismantle the system from the inside

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Jennifer Sertl (@JenniferSertl)
10/29/13 9:59 AM
5) #learning: My interview with Thomas Friedman Interview ~CQ + EQ > IQ (curiosity + passion > intelligence)…

DML Research Hub (@dmlresearchhub)
10/29/13 10:00 AM
High school teacher @DonWettrick on the cruciality of freedom & autonomy in his #edchat

In a networked world, the teacher is more important than ever – as a guide, facilitator and coach who provides frameworks, methods, and inspiration. 

or is that describing more.. the one to seven daily group..

we all need people modeling curiosity... whimsy...

1. known by someone.. 30min. a day
2. talk to self.. listen to gut

detox - knowing what to do when you don't know what to do

usefully pre occupied 
ie: you being you

Teachers do need to help young people learn how to self-regulate their attention and exercise judgement about who and what they pay attention to.

only as in detox...
beyond that .. and you run out of your 24/7.. but mores.. you lose curiosities...

is self-directed learning for everyone?..  like asking if everyone should have a brain.
just because we're not used to it.. and many of us need detox.. doesn't mean it's not for everyone.. no?

Randi Weingarten (@rweingarten)
10/30/13 7:44 AM
Students in Chicago and Philly are rising up in anger over closings and corporate

Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald)
10/30/13 5:36 AM
WashPost's @ErikWemple insightfully notes a major difference with the first members to join our new venture…

Wrote Greenwald, in part: “I see the value of journalism as resting in a twofold mission: informing the public of accurate and vital information, and its unique ability to provide a truly adversarial check on those in power. Any unwritten rules that interfere with either of those two prongs are ones I see as antithetical to real journalism and ought to be disregarded.”