Category Archives: Knowledge Ecology

Combining social and electronic technologies for large-scale, collaborative meaning making

Large-scale, collaborative meaning making is a vital condition for dealing with crises and turning breakdowns into breakthroughs, locally and globally. To be effective, the social technologies for facilitating that transformation need to be supported by the best what emergent electronic … Continue reading

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A software substrate for collective intelligence

Shawn Murphy says, he is “creating an online digital ecosystem in which knowledge, logic and presentation can all evolve in a globe-spanning, self-organizing, peer to peer system of web servers which is… also the software substrate for an emergent global … Continue reading

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