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Dan Tasse

Hi Alex,
Just one main question: is contemplation the same as flow? (forgive me if you've mentioned this explicitly, as I read and took notes about the article a while ago and am just now posting them on my blog: http://talesnideas.blogspot.com/2011/04/alex-pangs-contemplative-computing.html .)

I dig the proposed software solutions. I'd love it if Sensei or Quixote were to happen, and Xuanzang seems not too hard to do now. Thanks for writing this, I'm looking forward to future versions!
Dan

Simon Buckingham Shum

Hi Alex

Very very interesting! Thank you for sharing it. Contemplative computing is something I've thought about for while, but written about only sketchily. Your essay has sparked renewed thoughts...

http://learningemergence.net/2011/05/04/cccl

Simon

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