Dave Eggers

3 Nov

Source: TED Talks

I get exasperated sometimes when reading Dave Eggers, as a writer he talks too much, but as a public speaker, he sounds just right.

Inspirational and uplifting!

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2 Responses to “Dave Eggers”

  1. keith donovan November 4, 2012 at 7:42 pm #

    This is indeed inspirational. I would like to forward it to some people who are training to be teachers and to others I worked with, both those who are still teaching and those who I think would value Eggers’ comments. I don’t know how to do this. Give me a ring and explain how I go about this. I read a couple of the links and again found inspiration from further ideas and comments upon thise ideas.

    Keep up the good work Patricia. You have certainly found a valuable niche for yourself. Your blog needs to be promoted more widely. Eggers is invaluable simply for showing clearly the value of lateral thinking and how it can spawn fertile growth of programs to assist in solving problems.

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