The Joys of Shallow Thinking...

George Siemens, Connectivism Blog, Oct 27, 2005
Commentary by Stephen Downes

This is an item that fits pretty well with the talk I'm giving this evening, a look at how to maintain professional development in an age of chaos. In this item, george Siemes defends 'shallow thinking', that is, a generation of onloy a surface level awareness of some things as a means of recognizing and ordering an information flow. Related, found (today) through CTheory: Microsoft's Linda Stone: With continuous partial attention, we're scanning incoming alerts for the one best thing to seize upon: "How can I tune in in a way that helps me sync up with the most interesting, or important, opportunity?"
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