Recortes
Distributed creativity hypothesis
  1. If one has a global network, with very low barriers to entry and participation, and
  2. If the type of creation involved is in some sense “modular” or built by accretion, and
  3. If there is a random distribution of interest in particular topics, and
  4. If there is a random distribution of incentive structures (greed, pride, altruism, desire to display virtuosity, hope of attracting interest, etc.), then
  5. On any given topic, one will find a lot of motivated people with useful skills

James Boyle, Understanding knowledge as a commons, p. 138

Integranting Working & Learning

Integranting Working & Learning

Creating better technology, the open source way

Social Design strategy

Social Design strategy

Conferencia de Clay Shirky via @dreig

Interesante ponencia de Seth Godin sobre Tribus, Comunidades y liderazgo