People say they don’t have enough time to blog…

…and you know what? I don’t either. Especially this week. But I did some of it anyway. Partly because it’s a form of procrastination that I don’t feel so guilty about. But mostly because I can write an ill-formed rumination on some stuff that is confusing the hell out of me, and it prompts responses like this one from Dr. Glu. As the A-Listers say, read the whole thing, but man, I can’t resist excerpting the conclusion:

It seems to me that the next layer of thought in this whole shebang will have to account for connectivity, barriers, inhibition, and instant access as multidimensional, dynamic, and dynamically related (and necessary) ingredients of a complex model of cognition and education.

So when people ask me, “how do you find the time to blog?” I often as not respond with something like, “it’s not a question of finding time, it’s a question of survival.”

Which absolutely nobody gets. But I keep saying it anyway. I’ll acknowledge I have plenty of room for improving my job performance.

About Brian

I am a Strategist and Discoordinator with UBC's Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology. My main blogging space is Abject Learning, and I sporadically update a short bio with publications and presentations over there as well...
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2 Responses to People say they don’t have enough time to blog…

  1. Michelle Lamberson says:

    Some of us get it….

    I just want to figure out how to do it myself…

  2. Sarah Cohen says:

    Here Here to using blogging as a chance to figure out confusing things for yourself. That has been my technique and it helps me explore my thoughts and actually WRITE about them a bit.

    I bet a lot of the people who say they don’t have time to blog are the same people who say they don’t have time for reading either. Phoey.

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