Tweets of Two Weeks
Some of the journey shared through tweets of the last couple of weeks. I’m finding it quite helpful to tweet — a level of attending to life through expression of snippets. I’m also finding twitter a helpful way of staying in touch, with the life stream of people, events, news.
– School for Hackers — Perhaps all in new paradigms are hackers (http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2010/10/school-for-hackers/8218/
– On simplicity, from an NPR radio program on the ukulele: “An orchestra can tell you stories. But an ukulele tells the truth.” 🙂
– “@benjaminaaron: “queepening” = the process of deepening into a question through questions instead of seeking answers”
– Also readying for Art of Hosting in Arnprior, Ontario, near Ottawa (http://berkana.org/pdf/AoHOntarioOct2010.pdf). Join us.
– Preparing for upcoming work with labour educators in the Canadian Labour Congress (http://www.box.net/shared/1tjs2sc97l)
– Just walked 2.5 miles on Heritage Trail. From a townhome I just agreed to buy, to the Shoreline Trail in the Uinta Forest. Still and quiet.
– Jackie Wright (Red Cross) on Art of Hosting: “the process enriched my personal and professional life and bring clarity to my path.”
– Meg Wheatley 3 minute video (http://www.vimeo.com/12939130) — “Life seeks order but uses messy processes to get there.” Yes!