Over the last few days i been mind blown at #Counterplay14, talking and playing a lot with a lot of really cool people. Then the talk hit about sharing all our ideas and working on new projects i kept thinking that i should use this blog more than i do, but also how to it with the borders i set for it then i created it. I have always had problems with rules and borders, i like to bend or break them to see what then happens, so why did i create them for myself in the first place?

i talked with @janusaaen one of my teachers at Aarhus University about his blog –  http://pages-tdm.au.dk/phdramblings/ – in which in he rambles and having thoughts about his PhD project. Since i’m pursuing my own PhD project now, i might need a space to burst out thoughts, other than in my many little idea books or blank papers laying around. But is it possible, to create a blog with both rambling that may not make any sense for other than myself and mix it with all my MOOC work and thoughts of study project.

Where is only one way to find out!

So now, 10 years after i created my first blog on livejournal, rambling about been a teenager with a psychic problems, i might have created the space where my chaotic creative self can express it self on the big wide Internet, with my own weird border that i set up for my self, without putting my self in shackles.

So stay tuned for more weird ramblings about Play, Creativity, Curiosity and Learning – that is my thing is life. Juggling around in a space created by the boundaries of those 4.

I'm taking the first steps now!

I’m taking the first steps now!

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Over the last few days i been mind blown at #Counterplay14, talking and playing a lot with a lot of really cool people. Then the talk hit about sharing all our ideas and working on new projects i kept thinking that i should use this blog more than i do, but also how to it with the borders i set for it then i created it. I have always had problems with rules and borders, i like to bend or break them to see what then happens, so why did i create them for myself in the first place?

i talked with @janusaaen one of my teachers at Aarhus University about his blog –  http://pages-tdm.au.dk/phdramblings/ – in which in he rambles and having thoughts about his PhD project. Since i’m pursuing my own PhD project now, i might need a space to burst out thoughts, other than in my many little idea books or blank papers laying around. But is it possible, to create a blog with both rambling that may not make any sense for other than myself and mix it with all my MOOC work and thoughts of study project.

Where is only one way to find out!

So now, 10 years after i created my first blog on livejournal, rambling about been a teenager with a psychic problems, i might have created the space where my chaotic creative self can express it self on the big wide Internet, with my own weird border that i set up for my self, without putting my self in shackles.

So stay tuned for more weird ramblings about Play, Creativity, Curiosity and Learning – that is my thing is life. Juggling around in a space created by the boundaries of those 4.

I'm taking the first steps now!

I’m taking the first steps now!

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