Re: Using Silence in Meetings LO2880
Tue, 19 Sep 1995 09:34:43 -0700 (PDT)

Replying to LO2845 --

Continuing the theme in LO2845, but perverting it slightly to include
some techno-weirdness:

For many years as I was exploring the technography method for using a
single computer to provide a shared conceptual space, I discovered how
wonderfully re-aligning it could be if, instead of just a coffee break, I
conducted a "copy break." That is, I'd print out the consensually-created
document during the break, and, when everybody came back, they'd have a
hardcopy to review. We'd resume the meeting with everyone reading over
the notes. It was a wonderful kind of silence. Focused. Productive.

Bernie DeKoven