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By: Learning is Change. » Blog Archive » The Case for Purpose, The Case for Better

Wed, 05 Mar 2008 04:52:43 +0000

[...] of purpose is the one that weighs the heaviest upon me. Even the  would-be advocates and the late-adopers, these people matter because they cause us to push ourselves into the areas of purpose. Why would [...]



By: msbarnsley

Sun, 08 Jul 2007 11:17:55 +0000

Hi Graham, Tim Holt has written an interesting post that also discusses the "need to rethink" the whole digitial immigrant/native construct at: web.mac.com/timholt/iWeb/Byte Speed/Tim's Blog/4E0CFC23-42AA-4431-A990-A031BC1E19E8.html Cindy Barnsley



By: Mobile Technology in TAFE » The great Digital Native/Immigrant thing debate

Fri, 15 Jun 2007 01:35:57 +0000

[...] that has grown up in the digital age).  Thanks Graham Wegner for your great post Digital Whatevers which has prompted me to post my [...]



By: Karyn Romeis

Thu, 14 Jun 2007 13:12:56 +0000

Increasingly, people seem to feel that the labels of immigrant and native are "not helpful" as Dave Cormier put it during the recent FOE2007 conference. I like Karl Fisch's stuff, but I'm always a bit puzzled by those stats. My reaction tends to be a bit, "So there are lots of people in China and India. So what?" I don't know if the scaremongering is intentional, but I don't find it helpful. I reckon it's quite North America-centric, although that's probably (also) unintentional. Perhaps the balance of power is going to shift, I don't know. And if it is, I can't help thinking that it would be more helpful to prepare for "life after superpower status" than to try desperately to hold onto it. Mind you - I am not and never have been the native of a superpower, so it's easy for me to say - perhaps I have a different mindset.