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Gene Tan

By Murray Bourne, 03 Dec 2004

Gene (of National Library Board) gave his usual 'shameless' kind of presentation today for Life Sciences lecturers at my institution.

I expected shocked looks on audience faces - and I was not disappointed.

So why is he so creative? My take is that the National Library has not demotivated his enthusiasm for off-the-wall approaches. Most people are creative (and motivated to learn) but the situation they find themselves in destroys that motivation.

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  1. Ivan Chew says:

    True. But also because Gene Tan is just Gene Tan. Yeah, you can tell him I said that (it's a compliment!)

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