Denver is beautiful. View of the Rockies from the 31st floor of my hotel.
The Colorado History Museum is a reminder that Colorado is more pioneer and cowboyish than Texas.
Tomorrow afternoon I’ll be conducting a 75-minute unworkshop at ASTD TechKnowledge in Denver. Come on down. It’s in the Capitol Ballroom 5/6 at 1:45. My topic is Blogs, Wikis, and Self-Service Learning. Continue reading Picutres > words
Informal Learning and the Web were made for one another. I want to show you how.
Join our online “unworkshop” next month and learn how to use web tools to improve learning effectivenss. You will:
Tonight about 40 of us attended a Blogger Dinner at Taste of the Himalayas, a Nepali restaurant in Berkeley. It was too noisy to hear and too cramped to move arounnd. Steve Gillmor walked in, couldn’t find a seat, and walked out. I had interesting conversations with half a dozen people, a disappointingly Continue reading Berkeley Blogger Dinner
This is dynamite. A friend of Dave Gray’s painted this view of our World Cafe session in Abu Dhabi.
Click for full size painting.
If you’re attending ASTD TechKnowledge in Denver, drop by my session at 1:45 on Tuesday 1/31, for a preview of the workshops I’ll be offering starting next month.
We’ll set up a blog, play with a wiki, talk about informal learning, mash it up with Web 2.0, and give you something to take back home. Continue reading ASTD TechKnowledge
At the Future Salon Friday evening, a stem-cell scientist kvetched that people are drowning in information. The internet is so vast…. So much stuff, so little time…. You have heard it all before. You have even muttered about it to yourself.
For me, contemplating the holdings of the Library of Congress Continue reading Too much scenery
John Hagel’s presentation to eLearning Forum on Friday was a catalyst to my thinking about push and pull learning.
Yesterday I attended The Firth Inational Conference on Neuroesthetics. Don’t go away quite yet. It’s not as intimidating as you think. From the program:
Flavors of Experience
Billions of dollars are spent annually, by both consumers and producers, on fine food, wines, and perfumes. A good dinner is Continue reading Neuroesthetics
Friday evening at Future Salon, we conducted an abbreviated World Cafe to surface questions followed by a lengthy presentation by Doug Engelbart. Doug is an incredibly generous guy, sharing his views far are and wide even though he celebrates his 80th birthday this month.
Some people attended the session Continue reading Doug Engelbart at Future Salon