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November 13, 2005

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John Barben

Very concise and powerful summing up of the reason that Communities of Practice have to exist. This blog should be learned to be recited by anyone working in the Community of Practice field.

Alex

Amazing coincident; I wrote a longer piece to my blog last night about libraries and how percieved knowledge is bound by the culture that creates it. In other words, knowledge *is* culture, in many ways the same way that knowledge is a social construct; http://shelter.nu/blog-159.html

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