Monthly Archives: October 2015

Sceenius Method Cards


At Sceenius, we’ve been into method cards for a long time. In fact, we took method cards to the very first expeditions up Sagarmatha. John Kellden has been using method cards for decades in his own practice. We know method cards. That’s why we’re proud to announce a new way to use cards at Sceenius: embedding […]

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Mysteries of the Ç®¥§†åÏ Çå√∑


Oenfi, who had waited in the cave for 3 billion turns around the Sun, since before Sagarmatha (Chomolungma, Mt Everest), before Gondwana, before Pangaea, Pannotia, Rodinia, and other great landmasses — who had since the time of Ur, waited — Oenfi.. waited. It was necessary to wait because that is how long it takes to […]

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Nepal trekking: Onward and upward


  ICEFALL DOCTORS A team of elite guides,  “icefall doctors” are engineering a safe route across the Khumbu glacier, toward Sagarmatha’s peak (Mt Everest), in the aftermath of last summer’s earthquake in Nepal: Work starts early: “If it’s good weather and we are at Base Camp, I start work at six in the morning. If […]

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Sceenius Knowledge Expeditions: What is below the surface?

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  What is below the surface of a Knowledge Expedition? It could be SPICE, the Sensemaking Platform for Immersive Collaborative Experiences, or the expertise of Sceenius guides and expediters. It could be the intentions of the people in the expedition, or the implicit meaning of the story they (we) enact, outcome unknown. It could be […]

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Expedition Stories: 4-D Facility


image: Wikipedia Time, how do we mark time on the mountain? A real mountain trek takes 40 days. If you do it right. A knowledge expedition requires six good days where you can immerse yourself in something else for a while, immerse in a way that you might if you were training for a major […]

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