Paul Saulnier's Sandbox
My presentation topic is:
LISTS AND CLUTTER!
People constantly make lists, and/or clutter things together into piles as reminders of what they have to do. The location of a list in the home can also say a lot about the possible urgency of its items, as well as how important they are overall. The same circumstances apply to clutter. While lots of lists and clutter can look disorganized and unmanageable, the reality is that the opposite may be true. Ask any child who always “knows where everything is” and is constantly trying to justify this point with parents who would prefer to see everything neatly organized.
This comes from the course readings page.
We already have some exposure to these basic ideas from our guest presenter earlier in the class,