(The context for developing a) Common Description Language
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Sketching the overall context in which we will discuss and develop the idea of a "common descriptor language" as an interchange format for sharing (Fab Lab) documentation, independent of systems used ...

Sketching the overall context in which we will discuss and develop the idea of a "common descriptor language" as an interchange format for sharing (Fab Lab) documentation, independent of systems used at individual labs.

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  • “PigmeiGigantumhumerisimpositiplusquamipsiGigantesvident”first recorded in the twelfth century and attributed to Bernard of Chartres, delightfully studied by Robert K. Merton, Aphorism; = a short phrase that expresses a true or wise ideacommonly ascribed to Isaac Newton, Newton ”If I have seen further it is by standing on ye sholders of Giants”Ambiguity: Newton clearly uses it to very humbly say that in fact HE HIMSELF has invented—in this case—the theory of colours
  • Standing on the shoulders of giantsParadox: 2 Pound Coinsource: http://www.pbase.com/image/41304245----- Meeting Notes (04.07.13 10:34) -----2 pound coin—one of the most expensive coins. "Standing on the shoulders of giant": do we have to pay for this extraordinary place that allows us to see farther than the giants themselves?
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  • That means when design and digital fabrication want to be and have to be political (to realize the promise of the 3rd industrial revolution) they have to leave isolation – as to be isolated is to be deprived of the capacity to act

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  • Common Description Language Peter Troxler trox@fabfolk.com @trox http://192.168.178.87:9001/p/FabFuse2_Co mmon_Description_Language
  • STANDING ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS
  • © 2005, Lee Kindness
  • • information interchange format • sharing documentation • independent of system used at individual lab “FabML” would be an XML definition tailored for Fablab project documentation needs - including things such as controlled vocabularies for machines and materials needed to complete a project in order to allow global searchability and specifying and formalizing other aspects of manufacturing (which will undoubtedly become more obvious as the project proceeds).
  • Lecture Reading Audiovisual Demonstration Discussion Groups Practice by Doing Teach Others/Immediate Use of Learning Memory, Retention and Learning Average Retention Rate after 24 hours 5% 10% 20% 30% 50% 75% 90% Source (maybe) National Training Laboratories, Bethel, Maine) or: Treichler, D.G. (1967) "Are you missing the boat in training aids?" Film and Audio-Visual Communications 1: 14-16
  • Tacit knowledge to Explicit knowledge Tacit knowledge Socialization: Sympathized Knowledge Externalization: Conceptual Knowledge from Explicit knowledge Internalization: Operational Knowledge Combination: Systemic Knowledge Nonaka & Takeuchi 1995, The Knowledge Creating Company, Oxford. p. 72
  • • “[The] isolation from others is the necessary life condition for every mastership which consists in being alone with the ‘idea’, the mental image of the thing to be.” • “Action, as distinguished from fabrication, is never possible in isolation; to be isolated is to be deprived of the capacity to act.” Arendt, Hannah (1958). The Human Condition. p. 161 | p. 188