Happy New Year to all! The map is fascinating... I was wondering whether we could have a cultural-historical cognitive map with our interests, research added to the geographical locus. A map of dialogical spaces? "Mapping CHAT"? No, I haven't had a drink yet...:-) (In case you are wondering).
Enjoy the holiday,
Elina Lampert-Shepel, Ed.D.
Graduate School of Education
Mercy College New Teacher Residency Program
66 West 35th Street
New York, NY 10001
(212) 615 3367
I have on my table a violin string. It is free. I twist one end of
it and it responds. It is free. But it is not free to do what a
violin string is supposed to do - to produce music. So I take it,
fix it in my violin and tighten it until it is taut. Only then it
is free to be a violin string.
Sir Rabindranath Tagore.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of Leif Strandberg
Sent: Sun 12/31/2006 9:32 AM
To: eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity; email@example.com
Subject: Re: [xmca] Looking to 2007: Happy New Year Wishes
Thanks for greeting and the interesting world map (I love being a red
dot in the north)
Happy New Year
to all of you
2006-12-30 kl. 20.17 skrev Mike Cole:
> Dear Xmca-ites;
> The year ends as it began with many unfinished conversations, too many
> interesting articles to read and discuss, and the knowledge that
> if you have a question relating to mind, culture, and activity,
> someone here
> is almost certain to provide you a hint along the way and provide
> new food for thought.
> Attached is a portrait of your activities the past month...... and by
> not the busiest of the year. What a shame we cannot hear from all those
> people from so many interesting countries, each with their own
> on the complex issues that unite us, even as our world positions
> divide us.
> Happy New Year.
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