I’ve written a new post on the TechLearning blog titled “Farewell, linear conversations?”

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One Response to Taxonomy versus Folksonomy

  1. Folksonomy and Learning…

    Here’s and interesting thought:
    Thinking itself, at least for me, seems to rarely be a linear experience. Instead, thinking is more often similar to hyperlinking. One thought leads to another, and the connection of ideas rarely seems to follow a …

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