Thought Experiments on Why Face-to-Face Teaching Beats On-Line Teaching: We are Humans, not Econs Measuring progress on CS learning trajectories at the earliest stages

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  • 2. orcmid  |  May 18, 2020 at 11:25 am

    I strongly share congratulations on Alan Kaye’s 80th Birthday.

    I trust Alan did not wince too much on seeing the confusion of Smalltalk and the Dynabook vision with what the Alto and its product descendants did for the modern GUI, with roots in the work of Doug Englebart.

    There is interesting overlap, and distinction, in the visions of Englebart and Kaye and that is interesting to consider as we have to retool somehow in our trans-pandemic world.

    There remains much to ponder and re-vision in the historical computational progression that we find ourselves operating in.

    May the coming decades continue to be enlivened by Kaye’s vision and contributions. As a contemporary, I hope to continue following along.

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  • 3. Mark Miller  |  May 18, 2020 at 2:53 pm

    Happy birthday, Alan!

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