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"WorkFlowy is a single document that can contain infinite documents inside it. It's a more powerful, easier way to organize all the information in your life." The plain idea of an "infinite document" is very appealing to me. Likewise, the recursivity of such a document--cotaining infinite other docs within--is fascinating. Would it be useful? How?
"Build ideas mindfully. Save content, create collections, and connect ideas with other people." Second web service to discuss. This seems like a sophisticated bookmarking service, and I like bookmarking. Who can tell me more?
Surprising that we still have to discuss simple, obvious stuff. Alan makes a compelling case on grading; why we consider students' work as evidence of their mastery of a discipline, a concept, or a creative process. Of course, this does not mean at all grading the student: it's the student's work that gets considered. Can't believe there are people who think like "grading the student". Grading actually does not makes much sense, in a knowledge-centered world: Would you be on the operating table of a surgeon who got a "C" average? What does the "C" means? Can she operate or not? Can he pilot a plane or not?
"Why we’re building Refind and giving away 1 billion coins." First Web discovery service I'd like to discuss here & in a next episode of the podcast.
"Learning is Earning"? Connecting learning outcomes with a measurement of graduates' earnings is dangerous; linking or correlating that with faculty's performance is plainly and morally wrong.
Substack makes it simple for a writer to start an email newsletter. It’s free and you can add paid subscriptions whenever you want.
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