Metaphors are fraught with the risk of misunderstanding, but this one is among the more imaginative I've seen recently, and the risk is far outweighed by the reward of a new way of thinking about the way we use digital technologies. Robert Schuetz writes, "I have been thinking about learning places, not only physical spaces, like our schools and classrooms, but also digital places like Google and Twitter. Seemingly continents adrift, I find myself asking, what is the appropriate coalescence of virtual and physical spaces for engaging modern learners?" Interesting perspective.

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