Tag Archives: Non-classical logic

We’re All Information Gatherers Now

By | January 28, 2008

When we talk about the future of newspapers, the future of education, the future of media, and the future of learning we tend to ignore the most important aspect. We tend to focus on information delivery and not on the nature of information seeking. We think, somehow, that we still need to get the same kind of information… Read More »

Mispronunciations, Or Carpool Tunnel Syndrome

By | March 21, 2004

Here’s something completely untech for a weekend posting. Via Metafilter: YourDictionary.com’s 100 Most Often Mispronounced Words and Phrases in English. Some of my favourites (some of which should be phrases in their own right, though perhaps not for what they’re being used to describe): For all intensive purposes instead of For all intents and purposes Heineken remover for… Read More »