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Breadcrumbs for November 15th through 12:17

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Breadcrumbs

Your first time here? Welcome, I'm glad you've dropped in.... David Soul (aka Bricoleur)

These are my links for November 15th from 11:44 to 12:17:

  • Cloud Culture [Kevin Kelly — The Technium] – For daily routines you are usually connected. Your devices are primarily gateways to the cloud. You do all your work on the web, using web-based applications. Common web apps are hosted email, Google Docs and Calendar, Facebook, Flickr, and most social network sites. Most importantly clouds should be invisible.
  • [Kevin Kelly — The Technium] Evidence of a Global SuperOrganism – So far the proposition that a global superorganism is forming along the internet power lines has been treated as a lyrical metaphor at best, and as a mystical illusion at worst. I’ve decided to treat the idea of a global superorganism seriously, and to see if I could muster a falsifiable claim and evidence for its emergence.

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Tags: culture, Kevin Kelly, Social network, Superorganism

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