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Public Libraries: Centers for Unlearning?

Posted in Anti-Library, Creativity, Culture, Education, General, Library, Non-profit, Publishing

Seth Godin has an interesting post on the future of libraries in which he suggests that libraries' survival depends on training people to take intellectual initiative.   It's an interesting idea and I encourage librarians to consider instructing people in the art of unlearning as one way to do this. For example, librarians could introduce…

Unlearning 101: Lesson #21 — Free isn’t Always Free

Posted in Anti-Library, Business, General, Insurance, Manufacturing, Marketing, Non-profit, Quiz, Unlearn Strategy, Unlearning 101 Episodes

In honor of today's post, I'm adding Charlie Seife's book, "Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea" to my anti-library. Related Post Unlearning 101: Lesson #16 — Unlearn Your Perspective Unrelated Post Unlearning the Great Wall

When is a Grand Not so Grand?

Posted in Non-profit

Fellow author and blogger, Seth Godin, has an excellent post questioning the wisdom of businesses staging Grand Opening events. I won’t re-hash what Seth has already written, but it seems that marketers might want to unlearn this old practice and figure out some new ways to promote their products.


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