am attempting to put together a practical & useful knowledge base that
the students (or anyone) will find Useful--and
NOT be a waste of their time.
the constraints of the medium (and my skill level), making the contents
interesting "enough" is turning out to be an amorphous target--to say the
is an old saying that describes my dilemma "You
can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him do the backstroke."
I'm trying to make him "DO" the backstroke.
firmly believe that if it can be done, it will not be my
design that succeeds, as much as it will be by evolution derived of Trial
& Error, and Feedback--again and again;
Converging and Optimizing like a Genetic Algorithm.
the risk of belaboring this point: Once upon-a
time, an architect completed a high-rise office
complex consisting of several buildings each separated by a short walking
distance. But he failed to install sidewalks, he only planted rye grass.
He was roundly criticized. Six weeks later the architect returned and installed
sidewalks--right where the tenants had worn pathways: taking their route,
Bottom Line: I can do the Trial & Error,
but I need Feedback
from YOU--before I can Trial & Error again and again... Thanks,