My sentiments precisely. I'm now trapped in a massive
download/print/notifyUnrev cycle. My mother warned me that there would be
days like this...
At 06:53 PM 7/19/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>(just quickly, without having time to read through the articles Jack has
>www.uia.org is just overflowing with interesting stuff!
>It isn't really clear why they've done that until you go here
>clicking on a link in the second one takes you back to a row in the first.
>If you then click on a link in a row you get the description for that row
>according to its column type.
>What's interesting is adding it all up gives you a purely *qualitative*
>meta-ontological descriptive hypernet on the subject of dialogues and their
>I wonder what would happen if you could take a given dialogue and subsume it
>under that hypernet statistically?
>Would it give you a way to measure motivations, biases and so forth?
>I suppose that might be its original purpose.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Jack Park" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Cc: "jeff Conklin" <email@example.com>
>Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 3:58 PM
>Subject: [unrev-II] Dialog Mapping and email
> > Based on a post by Heiner Benking to OHS-DEV, I discovered a paper at
> > http://www.uia.org/uiadocs/dialqual.htm
> > Enhancing the Quality of Email Dialog using Artificial Intelligence.
> > I found that paper (it's the top listing) at
> > http://www.uia.org/uiadocs/aadocdia.htm which is a listing of papers and
> > reports on dialog and community.
> > That URL came from the paper Dialog Culture which was found at
> > http://www.ceptualinstitute.com/genre/benking/dialogue-culture.htm, the
> > first paragraph of which is:
> > "When looking at Dialogue and David Bohm's work that discusses going
> > assumptions, isolation and interest, and towards an open sharing of ideas,
> > we learn that people increasingly get together only to present their own
> > ideas and to defend their views or projects. Bohm was very aware of the
> > need -- even in open and free (no format) meetings -- to find procedures
> > principles that will literally give people the "space" to talk and
> > especially to overcome ingrained habits and convictions which tend to bias
> > and hamper speakers (for more see: On Dialogue p 30). He was very aware of
> > how 'talkers' use words, protecting themselves by building walls of words
> > therefore mis-intentionally hindering the free flow of ideas that could
> > otherwise reinforce and encourage a participatory mode and mood. "
> > It appears that one could spend several weeks motoring around in the space
> > opened by Benking while comparing and contrasting all that to Jeff
> > Conklin's IBIS papers.
> > Cheers
> > Jack
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