Eclectic Curiosity

Technologies of Cooperation


Posted on June 23rd, 2005, by Steve Hardy in Archives, Uncategorized. No Comments

Internet researcher Seb Paquet has created posted this fabulous lay of the social networking (most certainly too narrow a definition for this particular graphic) landscape: Technologies of Cooperation (by Howard Rheingold). Eight areas – self-organizing mesh networks, community computing grids, peer production networks, social mobile computing, group-forming networks, social software, social accounting, and knowledge collectives – are examined by seven characteristics – structure, rules, resources, thresholds, feedback, memory, and identity.

(via mikel.org)





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