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Why the wiki revolution is real via @dtapscott

This is a fascinating interview by Parag Khanna (@paragkhanna) with Don Tapscott (@dtapscott). Tapscott discusses the potential upside and downside of collaborative revolutions for societies around the world and the implications for dissent, noting that: “the Internet radically drops the cost of dissent” [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6q2vTMPQdw&w=440&h=390]

LeWeb 2010 Wrap up

I rather suspect that some of the locals regard LeWeb as a kind of blowsy aunt who arrives in whirl, talks too loudly, drinks a bit too much, pinches their cheeks, and flies away again. That said, I think Le Web is now a great conference. … Read More »LeWeb 2010 Wrap up

#c3t the Command & Control of Twitter – On a Socially Constructed Twitter & Applications of the Philosophy of Data

Here is the full text version of the paper co-authored with Brian Ballsun-Stanton and presented at the 5th ICCIT: 2010 International Conference on Computer Sciences and Convergence Information Technology. #c3t the Command & Control of Twitter – On a Socially Constructed Twitter & Applications of… Read More »#c3t the Command & Control of Twitter – On a Socially Constructed Twitter & Applications of the Philosophy of Data