October 20, 2007

There are no shelves on the web

And there's no "top" to the web, either. If you've never had the time to read Weinberger's masterpiece on how the web has changed our assumptions about information, or to watch his talk at last year's Learning Festival, then this second Michael Wesch film (from the maker of The Machine Is Us/ing Us) is a must-watch.
Thanks to David, Euan, Johnnie and Adriana for the collective nod.


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Great video Ewan, thanks for passing it on. I hope the folk organising glow are paying attention.

There is another one, Ewan, that you may be interested in. It is about education through the eyes of (US) students.

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