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Michael Fogleman @mwfogleman
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1/ I'm toying with the idea of a final stage of Progressive Summarization. #BASB
2/ Currently, the final stage is to incorporate what you've learned from your notes into a "remixed" deliverable of some kind - such as a tweet, a blog post, or a book.
3/ Of course, that's not really final within your own PKM, because the deliverable and the materials that you used to create it circulate back into your PARA notebooks.
4/ But perhaps the final stage of progressive summarization is what happens when others go through the same process with your work and deliverables.
5/ If their remixed deliverables are public, or at least accessible to you, you can track and learn from the work that they do.
6/ This might even be a conversation that you have with them, for example - a minimum viable remix.
7/ Others bring different lenses, different perspectives, different questions to your work, shedding some layers, adding others.
8/ I'm reminded of mathematics, where simple formulas (e.g. the Pythagorean Theorem) are distilled versions of tens of proofs.
9/ Math students in high school learn what took ancient geometers years and decades to collaborate on in the first weeks of classes.
10/ Also reminded of @sivers comments that some of the most interesting people he's met are people who have read what he's written.
11/ I'm also interested in a top level view of what this work means for organizations and societies.
12/ What if, in truth, we aren't really individual selves, but a network of connections? How can we be more attuned to seeing that, to acting with that knowledge in mind? What does it mean to act in service of that network?
13/ This is definitely partially my interest in #Buddhism and Bodhisattvas coming out, but I'm sure you can see this question from your own angle.
14/ Curious to see what @fortelabs, @BenMosior, @kgholmen, @CantHardyWait, @mikeredmer and others think of this thread.
15/ You are nodes in a network of brains and souls that are eager to connect in deeper and deeper ways, with an impact that is bigger than your individual self.
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