The Design of a Sign –

This is great – it gives a sense of how many decisions need to be made on the fly during graphic facilitation 🙂 Want some practice?  Consider taking our PATH workshop in March – it give you a set template for planning all kinds of things for people, groups and projects, and you can build on your facilitation and graphics skills! Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.   Continue reading The Design of a Sign –

Rhizomatic Learning: Cheating as Learning #rhizo14

Interesting to try to keep up with all the posts about this Week One idea of cheating as learning in this class on rhizomatic learning.  So many perspectives.  I related to one about the general discomfort around the idea of cheating, and then another person said why not call it “changing the rules” – but as I think it all through, at least from the perspective I’m taking, I think I like the idea of cheating as a conversation starter. I’ve been fascinated by Gilles Deleuze and FĂ©lix Guattari ideas about the “rhizomatic,” concepts they created to oppose what they called … Continue reading Rhizomatic Learning: Cheating as Learning #rhizo14

1942 ‘Time Capsule’ Apartment Discovered In Paris

Originally posted on BELLO:
This real-estate story sounds almost like a fairy tale or the beginning of a big Hollywood production. Back in 2010 a Parisian apartment on the Right Bank, near the OpĂ©ra Garnier, left unoccupied since 1942 was discovered. It was owned by Madame de Florian – a socialite and an actress – who fled to the South of France during the second world war, leaving everything behind. She never came back to Paris but kept on paying her rent until the day she died when she was 91. It’s only after she died that someone – a… Continue reading 1942 ‘Time Capsule’ Apartment Discovered In Paris