Separation of Space

Over dinner tonight, someone described their commute to work: he said he cycled out of the office, through the converted industrial district, former mills and warehouses, now upmarket advertising agencies and web designers, then over the bridge, through suburbia and on to his house. The bridge provided separation: one one side, he was at work, on the other, on home turf.

Separation of spaces

When technology blends formal and social, providing one homogenous grey space of engagement, where we answer emails from bed and book holidays at work, separation can be hard to find: our networks overlap, our friends are our colleagues and former colleagues are our communities, it’s hard to separate one thing from the other. Where are the rivers in our minds?


About julianstodd

A learning and development professional specialising in e-learning and learning technology.
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