Monday, September 24, 2012

Hey guys!

This is my first blog post for English 420, where we will examine the limited fork theory throughout the upcoming semester. I look forward to reading what each and every one of you has to say regarding your time here at the University of Michigan. To my knowledge thus far, limited fork represents the depth of knowledge available to a given individual. That is, each student is representative of a fork, and can absorb as much knowledge depending on what's out there. Relating back to the "fork", the theory is representative of "food for thought". In addition, the theory has the ability to connect new technologies in a transformative manner. Please let me know if I'm understanding all of this correctly! I could definitely afford to learn more and would love to hear what you have to say.


1 comment:

  1. Thanks for your first blog post, Lucas! --as long as you learn, no correct or incorrect way to do that! Keep posting, and connecting, bifurcating to do that --take time to be receptive, and allow everything to teach --and also to learn --a purpose of interactions is exchange of information:

    go here for more on limited fork theory:

    or here:

    or here:

    or even here:

    --make your own ceiling --but what if you didn't? --would there be a form of ceiling anyway?