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Hi, I’m Brendan.

I’m a writer, media-maker, and lifelong student. I’m curious about all sorts of things and I love exploring new ways to learn and create.

Current fascinations include: antilibraries, narrative structure, writing hip-hop lyrics, creative habits, the Long Now, and the future of libraries.

Below you’ll find links galore. Take a look around and let me know if anything sparks your interest!

Me

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What I’m working on now

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My biggest influences

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My favorite books

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Books I want to read

Writing

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Writings large and small

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A few of my favorites

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(Cross-post central!)

Projects

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Projects past and present

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Helping people learn and create

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The day job :)

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Literary experiments

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Recent Blog Posts / View All Posts

Learning Patterns, or Lenses

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Some initial ideas for “learning patterns” — building blocks that might be components of great learning experiences. After, of course, A Pattern Language. As in APL, these patterns could operate…

Do I Have a Book Buying Habit?

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Do I have a book buying habit? I like to think not; I like to think that I have discerning taste, that I buy books carefully, I like to think…

An after-drizzle; an echo rain.

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An after-drizzle; an echo rain. The droplets return for another pass, rebound off the front that preceded, slingshot back through space and time. We were fooled, by the gap the…

Species of Spaces for Work, Learning, and Collaboration

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There are so many different organizational models for how people form communities of work, learning, and creative collaboration. What are the most interesting and innovative? I’d like to take a…

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