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How Ideas Have Sex_w2

  1. 1. week 2
  2. 2. 1. 2. 3.
  3. 3. 1.
  4. 4. 1. 1) Read/Write 2) VERITAS LUX MEA (?) ^^*
  5. 5. < > < > < > < > VERITAS LUX MEA < >
  6. 6. < > < > Racism ! < > < > VERITAS LUX MEA < >
  7. 7. < > < > Racism ! < > < >Status Anxiety ! VERITAS LUX MEA < >
  8. 8. < > < > Racism ! < > < >Status Anxiety ! VERITAS LUX MEA < > Nationalism !
  9. 9. < > < > VERITAS LUX MEA
  10. 10. Read/Write
  11. 11. Veritas Lux Mea The truth enlightens me
  12. 12. Veritas Lux Mea The truth enlightens me !
  13. 13. Metagaming
  14. 14. In simple terms, using out-of-game information, or resources, to affect ones in-game decisions.
  15. 15. Veritas Lux Mea The truth enlightens me ! is METAGAMING.
  16. 16. 2.
  17. 17. how ideas have sex for 18 minutes.
  18. 18. 3 ships
  19. 19. 1) SS Manchuria
  20. 20. 1) SS Manchuria 2) SS Partis
  21. 21. 1) SS Manchuria 2) SS Partis 3) NCC-1701
  22. 22. 1823
  23. 23. James Monroe (April 28, 1758 – July 4, 1831)
  24. 24. Monroe
  25. 25. Monroe Doctrine
  26. 26. Go West !
  27. 27. 1905
  28. 28. “We have the promise of America; she will be our friend whatever happens.” - King Gojong
  29. 29. “We have the promise of America; she will be our friend whatever happens.” - King Gojong “I should like to see Japan have Korea.” - Theodore Roosevelt
  30. 30. 1910
  31. 31. Japanese Monroe Doctrine
  32. 32. 1941
  33. 33. 1943 Japan
  34. 34. 1945
  35. 35. 103
  36. 36. <5
  37. 37. 1950
  38. 38. 1953
  39. 39. 1962
  40. 40. $82
  41. 41. 172/177
  42. 42. 160
  43. 43. Knowledge Design
  44. 44. 1914
  45. 45. 1919
  46. 46. League of nations
  47. 47. 1929
  48. 48. 1933
  49. 49. 1943
  50. 50. Athens Charter
  51. 51. what is it?
  52. 52. Separate; Live Work Play
  53. 53. zoning
  54. 54. First Experiment (1962-2000)
  55. 55. $82
  56. 56. Seoul
  57. 57. Seoul Express Bus Terminal (1978 Jeon min jo)
  58. 58. Seoul Express Bus Terminal (2009)
  59. 59. Apgujeong-dong Hyundae Apartment(1978 Jeon min jo)
  60. 60. Apgujeong-dong Hyundae Apartment (2009)
  61. 61. Market (1980)
  62. 62. Garak Market (2009)
  63. 63. Garak Market (2009)
  64. 64. Jungnang Gu (1976)
  65. 65. Sillim-dong (1976)
  66. 66. Yangjae Stream (1976)
  67. 67. Development Plan of Yangjae Stream (1977)
  68. 68. Yangjae Stream (1977)
  69. 69. Yanngjae Stream (1995)
  70. 70. Yanngjae Stream (2009)
  71. 71. Yanngjae Stream (2009)
  72. 72. Samsung-dong COEX (1976 Jeon dae won)
  73. 73. Samsung-dong COEX (1976 Jeon dae won)
  74. 74. Samsung-dong COEX (1976 Jeon dae won)
  75. 75. Samsung-dong COEX (1987 Jeon dae won)
  76. 76. Samsung-dong COEX (2009)
  77. 77. 10/193
  78. 78. Second Experiment (2008-2030)
  79. 79. Hanoi
  80. 80. 10M
  81. 81. x5
  82. 82. x3
  83. 83. 70%
  84. 84. first sustainablecapital in the world.
  85. 85. 2009
  86. 86. World Bank
  87. 87. 21c
  88. 88. Urbanization
  89. 89. ADB
  90. 90. 1.2B
  91. 91. 20yr
  92. 92. $T/y
  93. 93. ASIA
  94. 94. ASEAN
  95. 95. 10 Nations (600 million) Naypyidaw Vientiane Hanoi Bangkok Manila Phnom Penh Bandar Seri Begawan Singapore Kuala Lumpur Jakarta
  96. 96. Economic Growth (2007) Cambodia 10.1 % Vietnam 8.5 % Singapore 7.7 % Laos 7.5 % Philippines 7.3 % Indonesia 6.3 % Malaysia 6.3 % Thailand 4.8 % Myanmar 3.8 % Brunei 0.4 % * : CIA World Fact Book
  97. 97. Economic Growth (2009) Cambodia -1.5 % Vietnam 5.3 % Singapore -2.1 % Laos 3.0 % Philippines 0.9 % Indonesia 4.4 % Malaysia -2.8 % Thailand -2.8 % Myanmar 1.0 % Brunei -1.9 % * : CIA World Fact Book
  98. 98. Urbanization Urbanization Urban growth rate (% of total population, 2008) (%, 2005-10) 100 % Singapore 1.2 % 75 % Brunei 2.6 % 70 % Malaysia 3.0 % 33 % Thailand 1.7 % 52 % Indonesia 3.3 % 65 % Philippines 3.0 % 28 % Vietnam 3.1 % 22 % Laos 4.6 % 31 % Cambodia 5.6 % 33 % Myanmar 2.9 % 50.9 % Average 3.1 % * : CIA World Fact Book
  99. 99. 200B
  100. 100. 20B
  101. 101. 2B
  102. 102. Athens Charter
  103. 103. Hanging Plan
  104. 104. Sudan unveils plan for rhinoceros-shaped city. (2010)
  105. 105. >_<
  106. 106. What is really needed?
  107. 107. Urban Finance
  108. 108. █ Urban Finance Matrix Local International LDC * (Less Developed Country) Donor (WB, ADB, Korea, other countries) Project Demand Grant & Debt Public Sector Private Sector Local Partner (SOE**, private company) FDI (Foreign Direct Investment Company) Equity Equity & Debt * ‘the most important single factor in determining the rate of economic progress in an LDC(less developed country) is the government’; Goh Keng Swee, Lee Kuan Yew’s alter ego, the technocrat, hands on policy maker behind Singapore’s miracle. **SOE: State Owned Enterprise ( : public joint stock company , , Private )
  109. 109. █ Urban Finance Matrix Local International LDC * (Less Developed Country) Donor (WB, ADB, Korea, other countries) Project Demand Grant & Debt Public Sector ? Private Sector Local Partner (SOE**, private company) FDI (Foreign Direct Investment Company) Equity Equity & Debt * ‘the most important single factor in determining the rate of economic progress in an LDC(less developed country) is the government’; Goh Keng Swee, Lee Kuan Yew’s alter ego, the technocrat, hands on policy maker behind Singapore’s miracle. **SOE: State Owned Enterprise ( : public joint stock company , , Private )
  110. 110. █ Urban Finance Matrix Local International LDC * (Less Developed Country) Donor (WB, ADB, Korea, other countries) Project Demand Grant & Debt Public Sector Private Sector Local Partner (SOE**, private company) FDI (Foreign Direct Investment Company) Equity Equity & Debt * ‘the most important single factor in determining the rate of economic progress in an LDC(less developed country) is the government’; Goh Keng Swee, Lee Kuan Yew’s alter ego, the technocrat, hands on policy maker behind Singapore’s miracle. **SOE: State Owned Enterprise ( : public joint stock company , , Private )
  111. 111. █ Urban Finance Matrix Local International LDC * (Less Developed Country) Donor (WB, ADB, Korea, other countries) Project Demand Grant & Debt Public Sector support fund Private Sector Local Partner (SOE**, private company) FDI (Foreign Direct Investment Company) Equity Equity & Debt * ‘the most important single factor in determining the rate of economic progress in an LDC(less developed country) is the government’; Goh Keng Swee, Lee Kuan Yew’s alter ego, the technocrat, hands on policy maker behind Singapore’s miracle. **SOE: State Owned Enterprise ( : public joint stock company , , Private )
  112. 112. █ Urban Finance Matrix Local International LDC * (Less Developed Country) Donor (WB, ADB, Korea, other countries) Project Demand Grant & Debt Public Sector support fund support Private fund Sector Local Partner (SOE**, private company) FDI (Foreign Direct Investment Company) Equity Equity & Debt * ‘the most important single factor in determining the rate of economic progress in an LDC(less developed country) is the government’; Goh Keng Swee, Lee Kuan Yew’s alter ego, the technocrat, hands on policy maker behind Singapore’s miracle. **SOE: State Owned Enterprise ( : public joint stock company , , Private )
  113. 113. █ Urban Finance Matrix Local International LDC * (Less Developed Country) Donor (WB, ADB, Korea, other countries) Project Demand Grant & Debt Public Sector support fund support Private fund Sector Local Partner (SOE**, private company) FDI (Foreign Direct Investment Company) Equity Equity & Debt * ‘the most important single factor in determining the rate of economic progress in an LDC(less developed country) is the government’; Goh Keng Swee, Lee Kuan Yew’s alter ego, the technocrat, hands on policy maker behind Singapore’s miracle.
  114. 114. █ Urban Finance Matrix Local International LDC * (Less Developed Country) Donor (WB, ADB, Korea, other countries) Project Demand Grant & Debt Public Sector support fund support Private fund Sector Local Partner (SOE**, private company) FDI (Foreign Direct Investment Company) Equity Equity & Debt * ‘the most important single factor in determining the rate of economic progress in an LDC(less developed country) is the government’; Goh Keng Swee, Lee Kuan Yew’s alter ego, the technocrat, hands on policy maker behind Singapore’s miracle.
  115. 115. █ Enterprise: Project Development Entity
  116. 116. █ Enterprise: Project Development Entity Public Finance
  117. 117. █ Enterprise: Project Development Entity Public Finance Private Finance Federation Council
  118. 118. █ Enterprise: Project Development Entity Public Finance Crew Private Finance Federation Council
  119. 119. A tale of the crew of thestarship Enterprise andits five-year mission;
  120. 120. A tale of the crew of thestarship Enterprise andits five-year mission;“To boldly go where noman has gone before.”
  121. 121. Issues include war and peace,the value of personal loyalty,authoritarianism, imperialism,class warfare, economics,racism, religion, human rights,urbanism, sexism andfeminism, and the role oftechnology.
  122. 122. Cities are public privatepartnerships
  123. 123. This is the reason we need the Enterprise.
  124. 124. Men, Money, Morality.
  125. 125. ?
  126. 126. "Whats Going On?" - Marvin Gaye Vietnam war Vietnam war 1974 1973
  127. 127. zero sum?
  128. 128. 5,000
  129. 129. dream
  130. 130. Betterment of Humanity
  131. 131. slow
  132. 132. but, after the final NO there comes a yes. and on that yes the future depends. - Wallace Stevens
  133. 133. yes
  134. 134. 3.
  135. 135. 1. List 2. Search 3. Read 4. Write 5. Post
  136. 136. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 1) Class Reading List ! ! 2) Personal Reading List
  137. 137. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 1) Class Reading List a. http://eliotbu.wordpress.com b. Updated Weekly
  138. 138. Quote on Quote "If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking." - Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood "I like books that all have, but none actually read." - Eliot Bu
  139. 139. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List a. Mentors b. Action c. Due
  140. 140. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List a. Mentors
  141. 141. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List a. Mentors 1.Students should outsource list to Mentors.
  142. 142. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List a. Mentors 1.Students should outsource list to Mentors. 2.Students should NOT make their own list.
  143. 143. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List a. Mentors 1.Students should outsource list to Mentors. 2.Students should NOT make their own list. 3.Send email or message.
  144. 144. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List a. Mentors 1.Students should outsource list to Mentors. 2.Students should NOT make their own list. 3.Send email or message. 4.Suggestions should be compiled and edited.
  145. 145. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List a. Mentors 1.Students should outsource list to Mentors. 2.Students should NOT make their own list. 3.Send email or message. 4.Suggestions should be compiled and edited. 5.Make sure to give credit to the outsource Mentor.
  146. 146. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List a. Mentors 1.Students should outsource list to Mentors. 2.Students should NOT make their own list. 3.Send email or message. 4.Suggestions should be compiled and edited. 5.Make sure to give credit to the outsource Mentor. 6.Engage professors at school as Mentors.
  147. 147. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List a. Mentors 1.Students should outsource list to Mentors. 2.Students should NOT make their own list. 3.Send email or message. 4.Suggestions should be compiled and edited. 5.Make sure to give credit to the outsource Mentor. 6.Engage professors at school as Mentors. 7.Engage well known experts as Mentors.
  148. 148. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List a. Mentors 1.Students should outsource list to Mentors. 2.Students should NOT make their own list. 3.Send email or message. 4.Suggestions should be compiled and edited. 5.Make sure to give credit to the outsource Mentor. 6.Engage professors at school as Mentors. 7.Engage well known experts as Mentors. 8.Be resourceful.
  149. 149. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List b. Action
  150. 150. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List b. Action 1.Send email/message request to 12 Mentors (one for each topic)
  151. 151. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List b. Action 1.Send email/message request to 12 Mentors (one for each topic) 2.Send received reading list to TA
  152. 152. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List b. Action 1.Send email/message request to 12 Mentors (one for each topic) 2.Send received reading list to TA - must be compiled and edited to standard format by student
  153. 153. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List b. Action 1.Send email/message request to 12 Mentors (one for each topic) 2.Send received reading list to TA - must be compiled and edited to standard format by student - TA will post the entire list on Class blog
  154. 154. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List b. Action 1.Send email/message request to 12 Mentors (one for each topic) 2.Send received reading list to TA - must be compiled and edited to standard format by student - TA will post the entire list on Class blog - http://12.snu.ac.kr
  155. 155. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List c. Due
  156. 156. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List c. Due 1. March 17th: Sending emails
  157. 157. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List c. Due 1. March 17th: Sending emails 2. April 14th: 3 lists, minimum
  158. 158. 1.List (Reading List) ! ! 2) Personal Reading List c. Due 1. March 17th: Sending emails 2. April 14th: 3 lists, minimum 3. May 12th: 12 lists, finalized
  159. 159. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books ! ! 2) Papers ! ! 3) References ! ! 4) Web ! ! 5) Images ! ! 6) Poetry ! ! 7) Lyrics ! ! 8) Quotes
  160. 160. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books
  161. 161. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle
  162. 162. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle - Eliotʼs Choice
  163. 163. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle - Eliotʼs Choice -Project Gutenberg
  164. 164. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle - Eliotʼs Choice -Project Gutenberg Free
  165. 165. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle - Eliotʼs Choice -Project Gutenberg Free Most classics are here
  166. 166. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle - Eliotʼs Choice -Project Gutenberg Free Most classics are here 2.iBook
  167. 167. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle - Eliotʼs Choice -Project Gutenberg Free Most classics are here 2.iBook - only for Apple
  168. 168. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle - Eliotʼs Choice -Project Gutenberg Free Most classics are here 2.iBook - only for Apple - Rotten Apple
  169. 169. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle - Eliotʼs Choice -Project Gutenberg Free Most classics are here 2.iBook - only for Apple - Rotten Apple 3.Physical Books
  170. 170. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle - Eliotʼs Choice -Project Gutenberg Free Most classics are here 2.iBook - only for Apple - Rotten Apple 3.Physical Books - get books from SNU library based on Class reading list.
  171. 171. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle - Eliotʼs Choice -Project Gutenberg Free Most classics are here 2.iBook - only for Apple - Rotten Apple 3.Physical Books - get books from SNU library based on Class reading list. - Buy books at bookstore
  172. 172. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle - Eliotʼs Choice -Project Gutenberg Free Most classics are here 2.iBook - only for Apple - Rotten Apple 3.Physical Books - get books from SNU library based on Class reading list. - Buy books at bookstore 4. Google books
  173. 173. 2. Search ! ! 1) Books 1.Kindle - Eliotʼs Choice -Project Gutenberg Free Most classics are here 2.iBook - only for Apple - Rotten Apple 3.Physical Books - get books from SNU library based on Class reading list. - Buy books at bookstore 4. Google books - donʼt know
  174. 174. 2. Search ! ! 2) Papers
  175. 175. 2. Search ! ! 2) Papers 1. Google Scholar
  176. 176. 2. Search ! ! 2) Papers 1. Google Scholar - jstor.org
  177. 177. 2. Search ! ! 2) Papers 1. Google Scholar - jstor.org * DB
  178. 178. 2. Search ! ! 2) Papers 1. Google Scholar - jstor.org * DB 2. Relevant research papers
  179. 179. 2. Search ! ! 2) Papers 1. Google Scholar - jstor.org * DB 2. Relevant research papers - SNU Library
  180. 180. 2. Search ! ! 3) References
  181. 181. 2. Search ! ! 3) References 1.Wikipedia
  182. 182. 2. Search ! ! 3) References 1.Wikipedia - Basic information reference
  183. 183. 2. Search ! ! 3) References 1.Wikipedia - Basic information reference - Reference list at bottom of page
  184. 184. 2. Search ! ! 3) References 1.Wikipedia - Basic information reference - Reference list at bottom of page 2.Dictionary
  185. 185. 2. Search ! ! 3) References 1.Wikipedia - Basic information reference - Reference list at bottom of page 2.Dictionary - Use for exact terminology
  186. 186. 2. Search ! ! 3) References 1.Wikipedia - Basic information reference - Reference list at bottom of page 2.Dictionary - Use for exact terminology 3.
  187. 187. 2. Search ! ! 3) References 1.Wikipedia - Basic information reference - Reference list at bottom of page 2.Dictionary - Use for exact terminology 3. - do NOT use
  188. 188. 2. Search ! ! 4) Web
  189. 189. 2. Search ! ! 4) Web 1.Google Search
  190. 190. 2. Search ! ! 4) Web 1.Google Search - relevance algorithm
  191. 191. 2. Search ! ! 4) Web 1.Google Search - relevance algorithm 2.Naver Search
  192. 192. 2. Search ! ! 4) Web 1.Google Search - relevance algorithm 2.Naver Search - populism based
  193. 193. 2. Search ! ! 5) Images
  194. 194. 2. Search ! ! 5) Images 1.copy right issues
  195. 195. 2. Search ! ! 5) Images 1.copy right issues - CC: Levels of creative commons
  196. 196. 2. Search ! ! 5) Images 1.copy right issues - CC: Levels of creative commons 2.identify the source
  197. 197. 2. Search ! ! 5) Images 1.copy right issues - CC: Levels of creative commons 2.identify the source - Publication issue
  198. 198. 2. Search ! ! 6) Poetry
  199. 199. 2. Search ! ! 6) Poetry 1.Language
  200. 200. 2. Search ! ! 6) Poetry 1.Language - Korean
  201. 201. 2. Search ! ! 6) Poetry 1.Language - Korean - English
  202. 202. 2. Search ! ! 6) Poetry 1.Language - Korean - English - Chinese
  203. 203. 2. Search ! ! 6) Poetry 1.Language - Korean - English - Chinese - Japanese
  204. 204. 2. Search ! ! 6) Poetry 1.Language - Korean - English - Chinese - Japanese - Farsi
  205. 205. 2. Search ! ! 6) Poetry 1.Language - Korean - English - Chinese - Japanese - Farsi - Spanish
  206. 206. 2. Search ! ! 6) Poetry 1.Language - Korean - English - Chinese - Japanese - Farsi - Spanish - French
  207. 207. 2. Search ! ! 6) Poetry 1.Language - Korean - English - Chinese - Japanese - Farsi - Spanish - French - German
  208. 208. 2. Search ! ! 6) Poetry 1.Language - Korean - English - Chinese - Japanese - Farsi - Spanish - French - German - etc
  209. 209. 2. Search ! ! 7) Lyrics
  210. 210. 2. Search ! ! 7) Lyrics 1.Most lyrics sites are NOT accurate
  211. 211. 2. Search ! ! 7) Lyrics 1.Most lyrics sites are NOT accurate 2.Listen and compare to the actual song
  212. 212. 2. Search ! ! 8) Quotes
  213. 213. 2. Search ! ! 8) Quotes 1.Get from the original source
  214. 214. 2. Search ! ! 8) Quotes 1.Get from the original source 2.quote site are NOT accurate
  215. 215. 2. Search ! ! 8) Quotes 1.Get from the original source 2.quote site are NOT accurate 3.we need to know the source of the quote
  216. 216. 3. Read ! ! 1) Linear Reading ! ! 2) Non-Linear Reading
  217. 217. 3. Read ! ! 1) Linear Reading
  218. 218. 3. Read ! ! 1) Linear Reading 1.cover to cover
  219. 219. 3. Read ! ! 1) Linear Reading 1.cover to cover 2.one book at a time
  220. 220. 3. Read ! ! 2) Non-Linear Reading
  221. 221. 3. Read ! ! 2) Non-Linear Reading 1. 20 Books Simultaneously
  222. 222. 3. Read ! ! 2) Non-Linear Reading 1. 20 Books Simultaneously 2. Read with Tablet (kindle, iPad, G-Tab, 20 books on Desk)
  223. 223. 3. Read ! ! 2) Non-Linear Reading 1. 20 Books Simultaneously 2. Read with Tablet (kindle, iPad, G-Tab, 20 books on Desk) 3. Read Table of contents
  224. 224. 3. Read ! ! 2) Non-Linear Reading 1. 20 Books Simultaneously 2. Read with Tablet (kindle, iPad, G-Tab, 20 books on Desk) 3. Read Table of contents 4. Read Conclusion first
  225. 225. 3. Read ! ! 2) Non-Linear Reading 1. 20 Books Simultaneously 2. Read with Tablet (kindle, iPad, G-Tab, 20 books on Desk) 3. Read Table of contents 4. Read Conclusion first 5. Donʼt read Introduction
  226. 226. 3. Read ! ! 2) Non-Linear Reading 1. 20 Books Simultaneously 2. Read with Tablet (kindle, iPad, G-Tab, 20 books on Desk) 3. Read Table of contents 4. Read Conclusion first 5. Donʼt read Introduction 6. Relevant chapter
  227. 227. 3. Read ! ! 2) Non-Linear Reading 1. 20 Books Simultaneously 2. Read with Tablet (kindle, iPad, G-Tab, 20 books on Desk) 3. Read Table of contents 4. Read Conclusion first 5. Donʼt read Introduction 6. Relevant chapter 7. Relevant paragraph
  228. 228. 3. Read ! ! 2) Non-Linear Reading 1. 20 Books Simultaneously 2. Read with Tablet (kindle, iPad, G-Tab, 20 books on Desk) 3. Read Table of contents 4. Read Conclusion first 5. Donʼt read Introduction 6. Relevant chapter 7. Relevant paragraph 8. Relevant quote
  229. 229. 4. Write ! ! 1) Copy/Paste ! ! 2) Title ! ! 3) Key words ! ! 4) Comments ! ! 5) Category ! ! 6) Reference
  230. 230. 4. Write ! ! 1) Copy/Paste
  231. 231. 4. Write ! ! 1) Copy/Paste 1.copy if digital
  232. 232. 4. Write ! ! 1) Copy/Paste 1.copy if digital 2.scan to text if non-digital (type error must be avoided)
  233. 233. 4. Write ! ! 1) Copy/Paste 1.copy if digital 2.scan to text if non-digital (type error must be avoided) Getting
  234. 234. 4. Write ! ! 2) Title
  235. 235. 4. Write ! ! 2) Title 1. This is an art-form
  236. 236. 4. Write ! ! 2) Title 1. This is an art-form 2. Use intelligent, smart, exact words
  237. 237. 4. Write ! ! 2) Title 1. This is an art-form 2. Use intelligent, smart, exact words 3. Almost like poetry
  238. 238. 4. Write ! ! 2) Title 1. This is an art-form 2. Use intelligent, smart, exact words 3. Almost like poetry Naming
  239. 239. 4. Write ! ! 3) Key words
  240. 240. 4. Write ! ! 3) Key words 1. Divide the text into sub paragraphs
  241. 241. 4. Write ! ! 3) Key words 1. Divide the text into sub paragraphs 2. Give each paragraph a key word (or very few words)
  242. 242. 4. Write ! ! 3) Key words 1. Divide the text into sub paragraphs 2. Give each paragraph a key word (or very few words) Editing
  243. 243. 4. Write ! ! 4) Comment
  244. 244. 4. Write ! ! 4) Comment 1. Less than 140 words (for tweets)
  245. 245. 4. Write ! ! 4) Comment 1. Less than 140 words (for tweets) 2. If necessary, longer comments are okay.
  246. 246. 4. Write ! ! 4) Comment 1. Less than 140 words (for tweets) 2. If necessary, longer comments are okay. Adding
  247. 247. 4. Write ! ! 5) Category
  248. 248. 4. Write ! ! 5) Category 1. Less than 140 words (for tweets)
  249. 249. 4. Write ! ! 5) Category 1. Less than 140 words (for tweets) 2. If necessary, longer comments are okay.
  250. 250. 4. Write ! ! 5) Category 1. Less than 140 words (for tweets) 2. If necessary, longer comments are okay. Tagging
  251. 251. 4. Write ! ! 6) Referencing
  252. 252. 4. Write ! ! 6) Referencing 1. Like a scholar
  253. 253. 4. Write ! ! 6) Referencing 1. Like a scholar 2. Like writing a paper
  254. 254. 4. Write ! ! 6) Referencing 1. Like a scholar 2. Like writing a paper Legitimizing
  255. 255. 5. Posting ! ! 1) Social Networks ! ! 2) Search
  256. 256. 5. Posting ! ! 1) Social Networks ! !
  257. 257. 5. Posting ! ! 1) Social Networks ! ! 1. Facebook
  258. 258. 5. Posting ! ! 1) Social Networks ! ! 1. Facebook 2. Twitter
  259. 259. 5. Posting ! ! 1) Social Networks ! ! 1. Facebook 2. Twitter 3. MeToday
  260. 260. 5. Posting ! ! 1) Social Networks ! ! 1. Facebook 2. Twitter 3. MeToday 4. Cyworld
  261. 261. 5. Posting ! ! 2) Search ! !
  262. 262. 5. Posting ! ! 2) Search ! ! 1. http://12.snu.ac.kr
  263. 263. 5. Posting ! ! 2) Search ! ! 1. http://12.snu.ac.kr 2. http://eliotbu.wordpress.com
  264. 264. 5. Posting ! ! 2) Search ! ! 1. http://12.snu.ac.kr 2. http://eliotbu.wordpress.com 3. your personal blog (optional)
  265. 265. 4.
  266. 266. TOKYO MIDTOWN When ideas have Sex, Meeting place When: 2011. 03. 12. Saturday, 1:30 pm Where: Star Bucks coffee shop on level 1 What: Camera and Notes How: Open Mind Why: Friendship and Fantastic Fun ELIOT BU THINK TANK | +82 10 3005 8156

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