Other PKM processes

Harold Jarche, Weblog, Jul 21, 2009
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Harold Jarche clarifies, "All of my articles on PKM are descriptive, not prescriptive. Take what you need, as there are no 'best practices' for complex and personal learning processes." Fair enough. He then describes some personal knowledge management (PKM) practices undertaken by others. Also fair enough. For me, honestly, I probably couldn't draw a picture. It's different every day, it's random and chaotic, I follow where my inclinations lead me, write when the mood strikes me, don't do what I'm told, trust my experiences and distrust theory (even my own).
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