Re: [ba-unrev-talk] Links on the practice and theory of collective intelligence
Thank you Jack for collecting all these links.
I agree with Henry┤s quote that "the
increasing time and effort we need put in organizing info robs us from
time to think creatively toward solving problems" and I think that therefore
tools (not only technological, but conceptual) well beyond existing ones are
to "use of it for the solving of world problems", and not just for erudition
There is a very fine discussion going onhere! (01)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Henry K van Eyken" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2002 7:28 AM
Subject: Re: [ba-unrev-talk] Links on the practice and theory of collective
> Wow. Impressive and obviously most useful. This is the kind of thing we
> need to get digested. How shall we do that? How, next, shall we make
> good use of it for the solving of world problems?
> I guess my questions bear kinship to Rod Welch's advocacy of turning
> info into knowledge.
> A point raised by Thomas Homer-Dixon in his "The Ingenuity Gap," the
> increasing time and effort we need put in organizing info robs us from
> time to think creatively toward solving problems. Expect an
> Engelbart-oriented review of the book soon in Fleabyte.
> Jack Park wrote:
> > http://www.mikro.org/Events/OS/wos2/Levy-pp/liensIC.html
> > This link was posted by Pierre LÚvy to the global brain list.
> > This is a huge list of links of all sorts, covering great thinkers,
> > community design, collective intelligence, and so on.
> > Enjoy
> > Jack