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Tellio's Vision Statement by Mind Map: Tellio
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Tellio's Vision Statement

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They say

Clay Shirky

Video of Shirky: Cognitive Sink

Kevin Kelly

What does technology want?, 5 trends of technology

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George Siemens

Nichlolas Taleb

Benjamin Zander

Randy Pausch

crayon

tech dreams

I say

The receding goalposts

vision recursion

Not tools, but vision

George Siemens argues that it is connectivism that will guide our use of tools.

Argument against vision statements

why not a smell?

the crayon box

why not a taste?

why not a texture?

why not a sound?

Meta tool

Tech. is a meta tool, a universal recursive wrench. My vision is, penultimately, to discover and rediscover what my vision is.  Technology is the medium for playing this game. And I say 'penultimate' because while we are always the last word in our own life's story we also must die and pass on the game to others.  Our death is the last idea.  With it we take our silence.  But our vision both lived and recorded is what carries on.  Technology is what enables our ideas to not only survive but to evolve.  So I argue against vision statements because if you have had your last one you are either dead or a zombie.  The infinite game that James Carse talks about is one of "play and possibility".  If so, then like the technology that serves and drives it, vision must also morph like Proteus.

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Technology want to be

just like any creature, ideas evolve. Richard Dawkins says that even genes want something--the want to survive.   So as KK asks, "What does technology want?"

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Ubiquitous in access

Diverse/open in its expression

a choice of tools that reflects the biological urge toward diversity

Connected and connecting

Customized

Reflecting complexity

We don't want the bed of Procrustes that we now have where we all have to lay down in the same bed and conform to its quirks  

My Geistesblitzes

Complexity in the Classroom: Reflexivity as a Measure of Complex Emergence

Reflexivity as a Measure of Complexity in the Classroom

Complexity in Reflexivity

Complexity, Reflection, and the Self-Emergent Classroom