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Life-Long Learning, 1st half by Mind Map: Life-Long Learning, 1st half
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Life-Long Learning, 1st half

HOME

family

friends

pets

outer circle

extended family

acquaintances

Cambridge Public Library

"pop" culture, Lady Gaga, Mad Men, Boston sports, celebs you can't not hear about

"high" culture, books, film, theater, concerts

WORK

bosses

colleagues

faculty

permanent staff

research fellows

authors

publisher (The MIT Press)

students

guests

outer circle

extended Belfer Center community

Harvard Kennedy School

Harvard University

Education/Technology

WEB

favorite sites, Yahoo, Google, Amazon, Wikipedia, Boston.com, Internationalliving.com, Paperbackswap.com, Creative Commons, One Book, One Twitter, Pearltrees, Antoine, Oliver, Patrice

Entertainment, iTunes, Pandora, Hulu

Broader Internet community, Random surfing, Random incoming info

Facebook

Twitter, @kylepace, @mashable, @pistachio, @equalman, @tferriss, @Richard_Florida, @NickKristof, @DalaiLama, @dweinberger, @oneforty, @web20classroom, @educause

Gmail

Yahoo Mail

SMS

E102 resources, Google Reader, The Yard, Delicious, Technorati

SCHOOL

Harvard Extension School, E-102, Stacie, Denise, classmates, influential readings, Daniel Pink, George Siemens, Tony Wagner, Elizabeth Ashburn: "knowledge changes as a result of inquiry", John Medina, R. Keith Sawyer, John Seely Brown, research projects, group project, Ed, Cooper, final project, RSS feed, class blogs, class tweets, new (to me) technologies, Camtasia, Delicious, Doodle, Elluminate, Flickr, Google Docs, Google Reader, Mindmeister, PowerPoint (!), Timeglide, Voicethread, YouTube, EXPO E-171, Dave Beard, classmates, guest speakers, Sean Carlson, Google, Jeff Howe, Wired/Crowdsourcing

"The man who never alters his opinion is like standing water, and breeds reptiles of the mind." -William Blake