Organizing Dialogue, Experience and Knowledge for Complex Problem-Solving


July 11th, 2005

It feels like a small miracle, but we’re ready for tomorrow’s show. 🙂 There are 22 clips of video in the first part, another dozen in the second part, for 35 minutes total. I’ve never included so much before. I knew it was going to be time-consuming…but it is all so fascinating! I’ve had a handful of revelations as Anne’s arguments with me finally started to sink in. Let’s see, that’s only several months later after three re-viewings of our conversation! No wonder I’ve never been accused of having a quick learning curve! 😉

I’d hoped to send out an update/wrap-up for the European Parliament interpreters who participated in interviews with me over the past two months, but that’ll have to get done in the next week or so. I do know for sure that this presentation for sign language interpreters is much improved because of what I’ve learned in the past two months from international (spoken language) colleagues. Thanks!
I’ve sent Anne a few emails already lauding her for hanging in with (against?!) me while I argued my points. 🙂 She’s one tough cookie and I’m really glad we’re friends.

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