Thursday, October 27, 2011

Redwood National and State Parks: Diwali (festival of lights in India) ART & WUaS's ongoing creative design, Technologies everywhere? Amish

... would like to bring such Diwali (festival of lights in India) ART

to World Univ & Sch's ongoing creative design,

with a related focus on natural objects/things from nature,

so that we could make such art on a WUaS page,

program such related scripts,

do Diwali-related MIT OCW-informed course work,

and eventually with the ease of a headband (,

for example, here:

and here:

and on every page and in WUaS developments,

as we like it :)

{Happy Diwali, all!}


I think tables and books are also technologies (replicating and predictable, to start, prior to information technologies?), appreciate Old Order Amish levels of technologies (right up to the Industrial Revolutions, in a way) a lot, and like the 'sociocultural technologies' of Waldorf education's effects on children's growth ... O, Gutenberg, movable type, and the astral plane, - concerning this recent NYT's front page article - ... :)

It seems that Old Order Amish, on principle, would be opposed to World University & School, and yet up to an 8th grade education is alright with the Amish ... :)

( - October 27, 2011)

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