If Web 2.0 Existed 2,000 Years Ago…

Wondermark Goodsery: Shepherds

Christmas card from the Wondermark Goodsery.

via News of the Day

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8 comments on “If Web 2.0 Existed 2,000 Years Ago…

  1. max weismann says:

    We have recently made an exciting discovery–three years after writing the wonderfully expanded third edition of How to Read a Book, Mortimer Adler and Charles Van Doren made a series of thirteen 14-minute videos on the art of reading. The videos were produced by Encyclopaedia Britannica. For reasons unknown, sometime after their original publication, these videos were lost.
    When we discovered them and how intrinsically edifying they are, we negotiated an agreement with Encyclopaedia Britannica to be the exclusive worldwide agent to make them available.
    For those of you who teach, this is great for the classroom.
    I cannot over exaggerate how instructive these programs are–we are so sure that you will agree, if you are not completely satisfied, we will refund your donation.
    Please go here to see a clip and learn more:
    http://www.thegreatideas.org/HowToReadABook.htm

  2. Chuck says:

    But would he liveblog it?
    Just beautiful!

  3. Goldberry says:

    Hahaha… haha…
    Computer-addicted shepherds… I think the shepherds currently working in the hills of Judea probably still don't have laptops. But never mind that. This is great.

  4. Sylvia says:

    No, but they probably have cell phones and could text it in. Let's see…
    “saw gr8 lite OMG angels! goin 2 bthlhm 2 c wassup brb”

  5. stefanie says:

    I was going to ask where were their blackberries and why aren't they texting, posting to Twitter and their My Space page. πŸ™‚

  6. Sylvia says:

    Not to mention YouTube… πŸ˜‰

  7. Rob says:

    “Jesus wants to be your friend: Accept / Decline / Ignore?”

  8. Sylvia says:

    Heh. πŸ˜€

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