Wednesday, March 15, 2006
Lots of feedback/friction on "jargon". Guys, you might want to check my presentations
if you're kind of lost.
Yep. But I kind of wish there was something in a slightly more web-readable friendly format than PowerPoint.
Something a bit more microchunkable maybe.
// phil jones // 4:48 AM
Ha. Me too (but I have zero time...)
I wouldn't take the feedback/friction all that seriously. It's not easy to describe things that are somewhat complex without using the proper words, and those words may not be in common usage. Otherwise some of these blog entries would be like 3 pages long.
Maybe cool little microlearning objects on topics like microchunking, attention economy, and plasticity?
That would be cool. ;-)
// Bryan Menell // 11:24 PM
still think the problem here is that you describing new strategies using a mix of great new vaocabluary (microchunking) and redefined-and-misused-here-old vocabluaries (plasticity & edge & competencies); isn't there a better name for the strategy that yields "EC's" - imo, a strategy's "name" needs to work as a verb ... i.e. I can microchunk(v) lots of different stuff, but I can't edge-competency anything, now can I?
// David Gibbons // 4:59 AM
"... i.e. I can microchunk(v) lots of different stuff, but I can't edge-competency anything, now can I?"
He he! Maybe you can "eck" it.
// phil jones // 3:30 PM
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