David Kolb

Month: March 2021

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Fumble Fingers

There is another theme in this blog: Parkinson’s disease. The disease has made it difficult to work with computers, and forced me to investigate technological aids. I am working on a series of essays focusing on tools to help people with neurological problems deal with computers and their new modes of communication. I will be …

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82 and Counting

So why am I trying a blog at age 82? I do have good examples of a successful blog from Robert Paul Wolff, whose forthright opinions are most refreshing. There are fine examples of blogs by retired philosophers: Robert Paul Wolff, Hans Sluga, and others. Then there is Austin Kleon’s book Share Your Work, where …

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I’m Growing a Website

I have been running a website for years, adding every few months some self-description and references to things newly written or delivered. My net presence has been for the most part an index or a catalog. I have had both Facebook and Twitter accounts for years but not used them extensively, since I am uneasy …

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Too Many Topics?

I have a very wide fund of knowledge about many issues, disciplines and cultures, nonetheless I have some niche interests, rather narrow and by writing about them in a blog maybe I’d find out whether they are shared at all. This means that the blog will contain posts on different topics and I will need …

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