Monthly Archives: October 2011

Shifting and changing sense ratios (and a whole lot of love)

“What will be the new configurations of mechanisms and of literacy as these older forms of perception and judgment are interpenetrated by the new electric age?” [Marshall McLuhan, from “The Galaxy Reconfigured…”] As I write this, you should probably know … Continue reading Continue reading

“Dream no small dreams, make no small plans”

This post is inspired by Doug Engelbart and Ted Nelson.  It is dedicated to the late Edward J. McPherson, a colleague whose gentle persistence continually focused our attention on social justice and equity issues within and beyond our own community, … Continue reading Continue reading