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Green Chameleon

It doesn’t even matter what’s correct anymore (well, it does to me, but I’m not about to spend my days stopping people from tagging a map of Botswana with the word “Ohio.&# ) While I’ll never agree with David Weinberger’s assertion that “everything is miscellaneous&# (a taxonomist’s least-favorite word), I will assert that the days of the traditional, definitive, and single-hierarchy taxonomy are long behind us.

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Into Africa

Chris Corrigan

I kept straining for glances of the continent below as we headed inland over the Kalahari desert in Botswana and still the land was obscured by low cloud and ground fog. For the first time since 1978 I stepped today onto a new continent. I have never been to Africa before, not even close. Today after travelling thirty hours from almost exactly half way around the world, I arrived in Johannesburg, on a hazy and warm summer morning. It is a strange thing to fly over Africa at night.

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Organising Knowledge » What Are We?

Green Chameleon

It doesn’t even matter what’s correct anymore (well, it does to me, but I’m not about to spend my days stopping people from tagging a map of Botswana with the word “Ohio.&# ) While I’ll never agree with David Weinberger’s assertion that “everything is miscellaneous&# (a taxonomist’s least-favorite word), I will assert that the days of the traditional, definitive, and single-hierarchy taxonomy are long behind us.