Why, Hardly Any At All Dear

rhizo-enquirer
Just to prove you don’t need academic credentials nor superior intelligence to engage in Rhizo15, I submit the following headlines from the notorious tabloid “Rhizo Enquirer”

  • Doing Rhizomatic Learning the Right Way
  • How Rhizomatic Learning Isn’t as Bad as You Think
  • True Facts About Justin Bieber’s Love of Rhizomes
  • 19 Facts about Rhizomes the Government is Hiding
  • What the World Would be Like if Rhizo15 Didn’t Exist
  • Darth Vader’s Guide to Deleuze and Guattari
  • How Did Dave Cormier Become the Best? Find Out
  • The Evolution of Sarah Honeychurch
  • Why Scott Johnson is the 51st Shade of Grey
  • 7 Ideas You Can Steal from Kevin’s Comics
  • Why Our World Would End if Nomads Disappeared
  • 20 Podcasts about Betweenness Centralities
  • The 5 Worst Songs about Deterritorialization
  • How Not Knowing Rhizomatic Poetry Makes You a Rookie

That’s my answer to Dave Cormier’s questions for week 6:

What should an artifact of a rhizomatic event look like?
What can we leave behind to remind us of the people we were now? How can we tell stories to explain the rhizome?

Credits:
Autumm Caines for collaborating on the Portentous Rhizo15 slideshow with me – visit it and make your contribution
My wife Lois who sacrificed a Friday night to let me play with this
for her Community Manager’s Daily  link to the title generator
Portent’s Content Idea Generator – so much fun for so little effort – the engine that wrote all these headlines – see, I said it didn’t require intelligence, hardly any at all

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Community Adult Educator & Adult Literacy Instructor
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