Struggling for a metaphor for change

George Siemens, Connectivism, Sept 08, 2009
Commentary by Stephen Downes

OK, this is a pretty good article. But, that said, it shouldn't be a struggle (nor should it be a metaphor). Let me be rather more brazen about referencing something I wrote more than ten years ago (I link to it subtl from time to time but nobody seems to get it). This: The Conclusion from my essay, The Rise and Fall of Wired. My list is comprehensive, and it's the result of a detailed analysis of the first six years of Wired (back when it actually reported (as they say) stuff that matters). Now I ask, look at my list. Doesn't this capture the change that was - and is - happening? There's really no mystery here, at least, not to me. And they're not metaphors - they are real changes that matter.
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