“Do & Show & Tell
Don’t try to explain everything with something interactive. Use interactivity only when interactivity works best, otherwise, supplement it with text & images. Also keep in mind the overlaps of Do & Show & Tell: when text interacts with the diagrams (e.g. Tangle), and vice versa.
Text: Best at describing very abstract concepts.
Graphs: Best at showing broad relationships at a glance.
Animations: Best at showing temporal relationships.
Interactives: Best at showing processes, systems, models. (See final slide on Procedural Rhetoric)”
Death by Coca Cola – Neatorama
“A 31-year-old New Zealand woman died following a cardiac arrhythmia which the coroner blamed on her 2.2 gallon-a-day Coca Cola habit:
Small Is Beautiful – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“Schumacher’s philosophy is one of “enoughness”, appreciating both human needs, limitations and appropriate use of technology. It grew out of his study of village-based economics, which he later termed Buddhist economics, which is the subject of the book’s fourth chapter.
Quote by Freya Stark: “There can be no happiness if the things we beli…”
““There can be no happiness if the things we believe in are different from the things we do.”
? Freya Stark”
Outernet: Humanity’s Public Library
“OUTERNET IS HUMANITY’S PUBLIC LIBRARY, BROADCAST FROM SPACE FOR FREE.
Outernet takes the best of the web and broadcasts it from space for every human on Earth. The content we broadcast is determined by anyone who chooses to vote on the most important things to share with humanity. Outernet repurposes broadcast satellite tv equipment and we offer instructions on how to build a DIY-receiver. Once a receiver is configured, Outernet’s content can be accessed by any WiFi-enabled device.
Oh, and Outernet is free to use, always.”
Seb Lester (@seblester) • Instagram photos and videos
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