That I’ve not been in touch with you or Marc is indicative … “benign neglect” is, I think, of profound significance in the domain of social economy. A bridge between social-psych and poli-sci? Anyhow, my “Participatory Deliberation” is still worming it’s way forward … I managed to salvage the files that got lost when Dalhousie’s IS2 server was decommissioned (http://bentrem.sycks.net/gnodal/ is where they’re sitting) … and I still (more than ever?) see it’s applicability to such as hypothesis testing / formal testing / pedagogy.
HeyHo! I just peeked your blogger.com profile and so will move forward from there. (Do you ever do coffee on Whyte? on 9th, at Remedy? or the little cigar cafe?)
Marc A.S. Brisbourne – firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, for the sake of completeness:
David A. Begg, Ph.D. – email@example.com
How to contact this Brisbourne cat? I just found an article about his “collaborative construction” scheme … I’m beetling away on “Participatory Deliberation” (http://is.dal.ca/~canid/gnodal/ is a stack of docs) after having doodled in scientific visualization of animal movement, exploring taxonomy and categorization.
Are you into this sort of thing? Forgive the lame question … I only read through this single item in your blog. Please peek my scratchings at http://livejournal.com/~gnodal/
ben aka Bernard Tremblay
p.s. haven’t used my Blogger password for a while … I might have it wrong, so firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com]]>