Tag Archives: Logan

Press Pause, Let Go, Let Flow

I pressed pause on my Internet use. It was simple and appropriate. I did it for two days, without fanfare, without having to post and notify. I did it without really planning for it – it was an intuitive response … Continue reading

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Leaping Internet Lingo Produces Knowmads!

  This post is a fulfillment of the promise I made in my previous piece, Networks are Expanding Our Ignorance, to expand on my musings regarding Logan’s thesis of human meta-languages being evolutionary responses to information overload, specifically dealing with, The Sixth Language: … Continue reading

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Networks are Expanding Our Ignorance

My father, prior to retirement, was a research scientist, professor, academic – he exemplified what most people think of when they use the term ‘an expert in his field’.  My dad was very wary of the term expert. When I … Continue reading

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