Yup, I don’t disagree with you Paul.
For me learning is messy and I do better by learning with others, rather than alone. At least, that is my style. I like running to the edges even if I don’t fully understand it, like with this hyperbolic link map, and then pulling back and seeing where I am now and then figuring out all the paths to get back and finding creative ways to refine the path (new ways to use the tool or new feature suggestions for Eastgate) and to have fun along the way.
To those that may find some of my examples or explanations confusing, that is not my goal. I ask for your help. Like you, I’m exploring this wonderful tool and learning how to create knowledge through the 4Cs (collect, curate, create, contribute). I’d welcome your feedback. Please let me know now,
- what is working for you
- what is not working for you
- what would work better for you
That way I can learn what I should,
- keep doing
- stop doing
- do differently
I’m grateful for Eastgate, Tinderbox, and this community. Thanks, all.