Is “un” better?

I love subversion. Yet, I also recognize that conservation is an important task. We cannot simply discard the old just because it is old. With everyone “unschooling” & “unconferencing” I wonder if we even know what we are un-doing or if we are just being trendy. And trends are the enemy of meaningful change.

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One Response to Is “un” better?

  1. Kate E says:

    My experience with unconferences is that they are mostly very similar to conferences, and really the word makes the most sense if I think of it as being short for “un-scheduled conference.” There is some subversion in the idea that any attendee can give a presentation or start a conversation, but a lot of the good parts of old-style conferences continue.


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