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August 01, 2007

Paper-based blogging anyone?

I have just been reading Roo Reynold's writeup of Interesting 2007 (not exactly up to the minute breaking news I know, but for some reason I missed it at the time).  Looks like it was a fascinating event. The slowscanningsketchbloggingsysteme caught my eye.  What a neat idea.  Who needs wifi anyway? :-)

Question... does the collection of paper-based sketches cum notes form a better record of the event than the set of live blog entries that would have resulted had wifi been available?  Depends how one defines 'better' I suppose?  But it certainly strikes me as more aesthetically pleasing and, err, interesting.  Perhaps more of our meetings in the education sector should encourage similar kinds of low-tech alternative approaches to recording the event?


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