The Dark Side of Flipcharts

I blogged (well, alright, ranted) on flip charts a while back, and how they can be used to control and funnel energy and intentions and set up barriers between what the facilitators want and expect and are happy with versus what COULD happen.
Meanwhile, a couple a years ago Johnnie Moore suggested we all have a “No Flip Chart Week” (and see also here and here).

Which is a feeble way of leading into this fracking hilarious photo…

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  1. Pingback: We must stop meeting like this…. | rhizome: participation|activism|consensus

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