[Edu-sig] The Geek Channel
ajsiegel at optonline.net
Sun Nov 21 23:07:44 CET 2004
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> bounces+ajsiegel=optonline.net at python.org] On Behalf Of Nicola Larosa
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> > O'Reilly is a very interesting company. What put them over the top in
> > eyes was when we discovered through a thread here, that they were
> helping to
> > fund a newsletter that was taking a very skeptical view on the
> importance of
> > computers in education.
> Steve Talbott's NetFuture is way too interesting to let it be mentioned
> without a link: http://netfuture.org/ . The view you refer to is put
> by Alliance for Childhood, linked towards the end of NetFuture main page.
Thanks for doing this.
I returned and subscribed.
As I mentioned before, but this time with a link:
I love the fact that I can make a direct connection (in terms of spheres of
influence) between NetFuture and work on Projective Geometry which I have
The sphere revolves around Rudolph Steiner:
It's interesting that in trying to read Steiner directly, I am left with my
jaw agape - recognizing nothing.
It's nice to think that this is the rare case where the disciples have
outdone the Master. Which, I guess, might mean a particularly rare kind of
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