Bush Administration and Disabled Community Cooperation

By JimBenson, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

NPR this morning ran a piece describing the unlikely cooperation between the Bush Administration and a disabled community group that favored direct-action. The group, called ADAPT, seeks attendant care for severely disabled Americans.

The tone of the story is set by this quote.

Charles Leadbeater on mass creativity: We Think, the book

By Howard Rheingold, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

(Via JOHO)

Charles Leadbeater's new book is beyond smartmobby: We Think. And he's put it on the web for download and reader comment.

Can Collective Action Stop Spam From Ruining The Internet?

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

Can A Literacy of Cooperation Inform Carbon Trading Schemes?

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

Audience 2.0 Launch!

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

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Be sure to spread the word about the launch of Audience 2.0 magazine!

The magazine is published by participatory media innovator by Micheal Pick.

Assessing the value of cooperation in Wikipedia

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

Dennis M. Wilkinson and Bernardo A. Huberman have released a paper (PDF) that examines cooperation dynamics and relationship to content quality in Wikipedia. The Abstract states:

Acquiring Genomes: Lynn Margulis on Symbiogenesis

By Howard Rheingold, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

According to pioneering biologist Lynn Margulis, cooperation is not a sideshow, but a primary driver of evolution:

Crossing the Divide: NPR Looks at Cooperation in US BiPartisan Politics

By JimBenson, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

Over the last month or so, NPR has had an expansive series on US bi-partisan politics called Crossing the Divide.

From the site:

Crowdsourcing

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

Crushing the Web 2.0 Myths

By Gerrit Visser, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

Here is an interesting interview by Vito Lops with Geert Lovink, the founder and director of the Institute of Network Cultures in Amsterdam. The interview was published in Sole 24 Ore” the main economic newspaper in Italy. It starts with the question "Can we say that we finished the transition from the New Economy to Web 2.0?". Lovink also gives his thoughts about the question "Will there be a Web 3.0?"

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