A practice I’ve adopted since I’ve started blogging is to jot down ideas or questions that I get while surfing the blogosphere. Admittedly, the primary result from this habit is that my desk is usually littered with little pieces of crap on which I’ve scrawled some incoherent sentence fragments. OTOH, sometimes one of these tiny scraps of paper serves to jar my memory and I can return to a topic that interested me. Today is such a day.
A while back, I read an interesting post on “quantum libraries” – the books you read over and over again and learn something new each time.
I’ve tried google and technorati to try and find the blogger who is the originator of this term but have failed ( if anyone knows, please shout out in the comments so I can properly link. It’s a great concept and one that applies to all serious readers.
Here is my “Quantum Library”
I suppose I could “tag”people but instead, I’ll just say that I’m curious about the quantum libraries of the following blogfriends: Dave Schuler, Dr. Chet Richards, Soob, Lexington Green, Curzon, Smitten Eagle, Jeremy Young, Dr. Von, Tim of Ubiwar, Cheryl Rofer, TDAXP, Shane and Sean Meade. Post if you have the time.
Joining in on the Quantum Library fun…..