David Weinberger: Messiness as a Virtue

May 5th, 2006

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David Weinberger hosted another evening in his Web of Ideas series. This week’s topic is “Messiness as a Virtue” — an open discussion on the importance of orderliness in knowledge.

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Download the MP3 (time: 1:21:11)

Please note: there is a break in the recording for a few seconds at 3 min 19 sec.

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  • 1. Nonprofit Technology Conf&hellip  |  April 10th, 2007 at 12:34 pm

    […] Now, while I loved this idea, I will readily admit that I have a hard time with this in practice.  I like categories and bullet points and organization.  But, I’m going to do my best to embrace one of David’s mantras in his presentation: Messiness is a virtue. […]

  • 2. Ideas and Thoughts from a&hellip  |  April 4th, 2008 at 1:40 am

    […] this a generational thing? We need to get comfortable with the messiness as a virtue.  Most of  us don’t like messiness. My kids don’t seem to have a problem  with it. […]

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