This is a future scenario. It’s an exercise to examine and amplify existing technological and social changes.
Thanks to persistent documentation, filtering, and tagging of everyone’s experiences, success, and failures, we live in a learning world. We engage with micro, ad hoc lessons on a daily basis. When we need it most, just-in-time guides and tutorials arrive optimized for our learning styles, delivered by the how-to personality of our choice. We immerse ourselves in open data and generative knowledge and wisdom. As a result, we hone our craft and artistry at an early age, enjoying the fruits of our careers from our tweens to our centweens.
a few notes:
- cloud server satellites
- no personal artifacts on earth
- Print on Demand disposable buildings
- everyone is a maker, 6 jobs, no continuity
- market value returns to life’s essentials
- mediated relationships
- trust issues
- the personal is public
- information overload gives way to state of flow
- hyper documentations and micro lessons on everything
- celebrity teachers
- lifetime just-in-time learning at all ages
- schools become about personal growth and methods of learning, rather than about facts and skills