Consider the stories we tell about the physical world.
Descriptive content, for science and engineering education, K-graduate.
How excellent could they become?
Have we been aiming way too low? Eating ingredients separately, instead of cooking them? Could content be a mind-blowing distillation of powerful moments from many thousands of good research talks?
This site is me drafting some arguments.
If the scope were narrower, one might imagine it as the sketch of a position paper, circulated for comment. But the scope is part of the argument, the collaboration needed is big and diverse, and text isn't enough without software and web. So it's a website.
You can help.
Leaving a comment for me is easy. Every page has a speculative opportunities for separable work, which someone might be interested in taking on.
button (bottom right) -- click it, type anywhere on the page, click it again, and I'll see your markups. For questions, comments, pointers to literature, whatever. And there are the usual email, blog and social links. Also, I mention
You can copy.
My own code and content, are MIT and CC-BY-SA. There is vastly more that needs doing, than I'll live to get to. And the world's "missed opportunities in education" pipeline moves at 2.5 million new students per week.
Upon mouse-over, links are shown in preview on the right, to make surfing faster. Some of the demos are fun. And there are links to nice comics, videos, talks, and papers.