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About Time
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About Time

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Jay's PechaKucha at Online Educa 2009

Jay's PechaKucha at Online Educa 2009

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  • complexity, unpredictable
  • picasso portrait
  • ignite schoolhouses
  • Trigonometry, testing, reinforcement
  • process, beta
  • time inflation
  • Portugal
  • man with two watches
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    • 1. "The distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion." Albert Einstein
    • 2. Clockwork Network
    • 3. Eight-hour Day
    • 4. Daily Newspaper
    • 5. Annual Report
    • 6. Annual Wall St. Bonus Stock market value 1 2 3 4 Time
    • 7. One-hour Lecture 8
    • 8. Forgetting Curve Hermann Ebbinghaus Retention
    • 9. Clockwork: Stop Time Event
    • 10. Network: Time Flows Before Event Next
    • 11. Time flows faster, faster, faster... Now
    • 12. Rates of Change
    • 13. Perceived Rate of Change
    • 14. Four-year olds
    • 15. Twelve Years Later Moody, Cooperative, indecisive confident
    • 16. Corporations General Motors Goldman Sachs Bear Stearns Warren Buffett DEC Google
    • 17. “Every film has a beginning, middle, and end, although not necessarily in that order.” Jean-Luc Goddard

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