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Cybernetics Wikispace

   Posted by: dsoul   in cybernetics

By dhcsoul on Wednesday, December 14, 2005


In addition to my blogs, Suidoo lenses, and ning playgrounds relating to Cybernetics and the sytems sciences, I’ve taken a crack at starting a Wikispace dedicated to the subjects.

Each of these vehicles takes a different approach and lends itself to a different degree of concentration and information outline…. I see that each will be of varying degrees of interest to people looking up the subject… I have some ideas on this that may be evident from the very ROUGH first steps that you will find in each of these… but as they are each fleshed out over the next few weeks, I hope that the distinctive ‘personaility” of each will lend its self to a different education and development purpsose. Of course I welcome any and all comments.

Some DHC Soul things Cybernetic:
My prime Cybernetics blog DHC Soul Cybernetics Blog
My prime Squidoo lens Squido: lens: Cybernetics
My ning playgrounds ning: Cybernetics Bookshelf
ning: Cybernetics Bookmarks
ning: Cybernetics FAQ
My cybernetics wikispace Cybernetics Wikispace

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