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Topological Maps: Don’t Even Go There — unless, perhaps, you wish to mention the exceptional case in which the map *IS* the territory

One of my friends since many years (who has taught me a lot about the way people might think or perceive stories, digest experiences, come to understand their life, etc.), namely Jean Russell, has posted some interesting remarks about the … Continue reading Continue reading

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Why Collocation Matters

If you haven’t read “Words as Puzzle Pieces” yet, then please check out that post first. Obviously collocation is the very crux of “solving” a puzzle. It also forms the basis of frames (frame theory) and scripts, which are crucial … Continue reading
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Transcending Textual Materialism

Of course my writing is linked — there are relationships between my ideas, whether I am aware of them or not, whether or not I explicate such relations as I write down my thoughts. Hence, it is not at all … Continue reading
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Unnecessary Love Advice from Dave Winer

Give people a chance to grow, and/or give yourself a chance for your understanding of others to grow.
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I am not a very private or secretive person. Recently, someone close to me felt I “overshared” information — in other words: that I said something they did not feel it was right for me to say. I didn’t say … Continue reading
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