How to do knowledge work: co-working and life design

Posted by Tom Tabaczynski on March 8, 2012 with No comments

I’m in the process of transformation. Morphing, transforming, shifting over to the new techy, appy, Apply (Apply appy), creative collaborative design startup hub economy. I’m joi…

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Curatorial prerogative and the coming learning anarchy: the case of somatic education

Posted by Tom Tabaczynski on January 6, 2011 with No comments

At a time of ever  increasing accessibility to information from non-traditional sources such as Wikipedia, Youtube, or Wikileaks, the established sources of information and institutions tha…

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The end of the work ethic: disenchantment, irony, or praise of idleness

Posted by Tom Tabaczynski on December 10, 2010 with 3 comments

In the previous post on the end of work I introduced the topic of the crisis of structural/technological unemployment that’s been recognised for a long time but is seen as an acute c…

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Technology, learning, and the demise of the Protestant work ethic

Posted by Tom Tabaczynski on October 29, 2010 with 3 comments

Over a number of years of teaching, efforts at self-creation, and being required to provide career advice, I have made an observation of certain recurring theme: existential anxiety connecte…

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