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Monthly Archives: July 2010
I would like to reflect about the concept of serendipity phenomena in a not scientific way. That is because there is a neuroscience matter and it is out of my domain. Here is a project “Serendip” which is more connected … Continue reading
On the story that came from a book ( a university student once lend to me) called “Subway Named Moebius,by A.J. Deutsch ” I found an interesting relationship on the bases on connectivity (S. Downes): “The principles of connectivity state … Continue reading
This week 6, Semantic learning objectives are: “The ability to connect communicative elements to underlying purposes, goals, objectives, theories or meaning, denotation, reference, truth and understanding. Including new ways of interpreting information and evaluating media, through aggregation and filtering for … Continue reading