Week of 12/09/2007 - 02:00 to 12/16/2007 - 01:59
Having worked at one of bestest, worldclassest and mostest prestigest universities at the Gold Coast has always inspired me. Well, at least my secret diary.
You can learn a lot from watching how others at Bond University teach, what they say in class and what they say privately. And also what books they use for teaching.
Impressive to me was the use of Thomson books, such as Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 and their unimitable style to transport technology.
"Do you have a gun?"
The Vice Chancellor of Bond University visibly stiffened up. Ken Moores was sitting in the front passenger seat as we were driving northwards on the Pacific Highway. His spouse Christan had picked us up at the Coolangatta airport, me and the VC returning from Sydney coincidentally on the same evening flight. My wife had fallen sick, so I gratefully had accepted Ken's offer to drive me home.
He turned around, but before he could say something I added
Those of you who got curious from my ultrashort intro into the Topic Maps Reference Model may want follow me here when I write a bit about my interpretation of the TMRM.
Best is to forget topics, names, occurrences and associations as defined in TMDM for the moment. TMRM abstracts all of these into one, atomic concept: the proxy. We will return to TMDM later.
Here again is the proxy spider:
Weihnachtsmarkt Spittelberg, Treffpunkt Ecke Burggasse+Schrankgasse
in den Räumlichkeiten des NIG (Neues Institutsgebäude)
NIG, Raum D116, im Gang D