Comic strip created by Wendy Taleo CC BY SA
This comic is in response to Zoltar (the #Netnarr robot who is programmed by an Internet Dog) and design thinking in Education after a Twitter chat last week on this subject.
This continues a conversation with Sarah Honeychurch and others about activities we do in meetings or workshops that help us concentrate. Sarah has since followed up with a question about how to 'ask permission' for such activities in the workplace.Planning day essential tools. (@NomadWarMachine I asked permission!) #WorkLife pic.twitter.com/hRP1X3fUj2— Wendy Taleo (@wentale) November 28, 2017
"The ways of seeing put forth are offered not as a set steps to follow, but as an attitude - a means of orientation- a multidimensional compass, to help us find our way beyond the confines of "how it is", and seek out new ways of being in directions not only northwards and upwards, but outwards, inwards and in dimensions not yet within our imagination..."
European explorers employed the detachment methods of descartes - reducing the swirling three-dimensional world to a static flat grid, relying on instruments to guide them.
"Attuned to these invisible traces - vectors - they found their way."