“Profit Doubles at G.M., as It Strives to Move Past Its Litany of Recalls”: General Motors’ quarterly earnings report on Thursday was noteworthy mostly for what it lacked: another big financial charge for safety recalls. After running up special charges of nearly $3 billion in the first half of the year for safety problems, G.M., […]
Here at the Rotman conference on Climate Science, Paul Edwards is talking about "knowledge infrastructures" and how the production of knowledge has radically changed over the last 20 years from a much more individualistic enterprise, with pyramids of expertise, peer review, etc to a much more distributed model. He mentioned...
[sorry if this isn't edited well, limited editing time due to lots of kid activities today] Saw this post on twitter earlier in the week: It made for a great follow up to a previous Family Math which also happened … Continue reading →
Sort of a rambling post. But trying to make some sense of my thinking… I always appreciate posts from @emergentmath. This particular post made me pause, I had just completed the MARS task, Boomerangs, he references. We are in the midst of our systems unit. I used Mary & Alex ‘ s suggestions with beginning […]