Lessons from Letterlocking: a serendipitous academic encounter

Here’s a quick experiment – I’ve been publishing stories on FOLD and replicating the text here on this blog. But FOLD now supports embedding – let’s see how well my blog supports it… Otherwise, please feel free to go read this story on FOLD.cm

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4 Responses to Lessons from Letterlocking: a serendipitous academic encounter

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  2. Falahun says:

    Thanks a lot, thats Great !

  3. tori says:

    Paper hacker. I love that. So many times I’ve heard (mostly engineers) sneer at people who still enjoyed the printed object and now I have a perfect comeback. Speaking of MIT and paper hackers, check out the documentary “Between the Folds” about paper’s application to the science of understanding (since it has a profile of Dr. Erik Demaine, from the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at MIT who could also be called a paper hacker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUDq_cdktOg).

  4. Great read – from a naija guy.

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