[…] learning is less about acquiring information or transmitting existing ideas or values, than it is about collectively designing a world in which it is worth living.
Edith K. Ackermann in Constructing knowledge and transforming the world (2004)
The geography of the Web is as ephemeral as human interest[…].
Real-world space is a preexisting container in which the things of the world exist. Web space is created by the things in it. […] It’s not a container waiting to be filled; it is more like a book that’s being written.
The Web[…] reminds us that the fundamental unit of time isn’t a moment, it’s a story, and the string that holds time together isn’t the mere proximity of moments but our interest in the story.
[The Web] is the persistent sum of the stories we are telling one another.
Maybe you know www.angelalau.net’s previous life, one that was powered by Nesta CMS. From May 2013 to the present day, I published a grand total of four blog posts. Fewer than a handful. During that time I learned from many great talks, webcasts, meetups, and hackathons. I was inspired by many blog posts, articles, and books. […]