Sunday, April 29, 2007

peripatetic dialogues, total mobility, affordable pricing

The Little Projectors That Pack a Punch - New York Times -- Lately, with our MTB community dialogues, I've been thinking a lot about the peripatetic method of discourse that comes to us from Aristotelian times. It's becoming increasingly important to have knowledge you can lug around with you, knowlege you can use and share. We're all fairly accustomed to laptops, PDAs, and wi-fi, the things that are for intake and for personal use, but now it's time to start thinking about small scanners, printers, and projectors, the things that are for output, sharing, and dissemination. This NYT article touches on the projectors considered novelties--I'm thinking of them as mainstream accoutrements for the way I want to do business.

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