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November 22 2012

c3o
13:23

August 12 2012

c3o
14:39

SolidFeedback – Piratenpartei Deutschland

"Ich ärgere mich über das/störe mich am Verhalten folgender Person und möchte ihr hierfür Feedback geben..." – ein persönliches Troubleticket-System einiger exponierter Piraten. Interessant!

August 02 2012

c3o
06:06
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Peter Kruse: Digital Residents vs. Digital Visitors als Kampf kultureller Wertewelten.
(Exhibit A: Aktuelle Konflikte in der Österreichischen Piratenpartei.)

Weiters: Social Software erzwingt ein unaufhaltsames, grundlegendes Umdenken der Gesellschaft: Netzwerke mit positiven Rückkoppelungseffekten kann man nicht mehr unter Kontrolle bringen. Macht verschiebt sich vom Anbieter auf den Nachfrager. Das Selbstbewusstsein der Gesellschaft steigt. "Ihr werdet Euch noch wünschen, wir wären politikverdrossen!"
Reposted by02mydafsoup-01netpoliticsphormRK

July 03 2012

c3o
15:59
The genius of capitalism and democracy is that both systems embrace the destructive forces of competition and self-interest and channel them in a positive direction.
Something similar needs to be done with information: a manner for arguments and information to compete in a way that kills the weak ideas and leaves only the strong.
Scott Adams
Reposted byEcholicht Echolicht

November 30 2011

c3o
23:47

LocalWiki

The NewsChallenge-funded project by the people behind the awesome DavisWiki has released the first version of their Django-based user-friendly wiki with integrated maps – see it in production at DentonWiki. Looks nice! Wienwiki, finally, anyone?

April 29 2010

11:20

Open Atrium

This looks useful: Drupal-based open source collaboration software including a hierarchical wiki, ticketing, blog, calendar, etc -- with extendability baked in (decentralized "feature servers").

January 05 2010

c3o
16:43

How to say stupid things about social media

Cory Doctorow debunking "It's inconsequential", "It is ugly" and "It is ephemeral".
Reposted byjaphyphilippe

November 26 2009

04:51

Adhocracy-Konzept - Liquid Democracy Software

"Liquid Democracy ist kein politisches System, sondern soziale Software"

November 22 2009

c3o
08:41
The basic pattern of openness is that better access to information and better systems lead to better decisions and better living. This general principal is broadly accepted, but we're just now discovering that it also applies to the minutiae of our lives.
Sharing your boring thoughts and activities may seem narcissistic and self-absorbed at first, but there is virtue and benefit in it.
Paul Buchheit: Open as in water, the fluid necessary for life
Reposted byparanoisekitchenmkhlcypher

November 10 2009

18:24

Adhocracy

a platform for virtual direct democracies where you can cooperate to create and select solutions to your organization's challenges.
18:03

candiwi

"like a wiki, but you can't edit the articles directly. Instead you can edit articles within a proposal and then the members of the community can vote to accept or reject the changes"

June 15 2009

c3o
18:34
[An] important social problem facing technologists today: how to dynamically and vigorously mix ideas on the internet without chaos.
DanielBMarkham @ Hacker News

February 26 2009

c3o
04:36
I suspect most of the techniques for discouraging stupid comments have yet to be discovered. Xkcd implemented a particularly clever one in its IRC channel: don't allow the same thing twice. Once someone has said "fail," no one can ever say it again.
What I've Learned from Hacker News
Reposted byfin fin
c3o
04:32
What a disaster that would be, to attract thousands of smart people to a site that caused them to waste lots of time.
Paul Graham: What I've Learned from Hacker News

February 11 2009

c3o
21:04
Social media is people. People talk about stuff. The end.
Bobbie Johnson: Why I'm finished with 'social media' | Technology | guardian.co.uk
Reposted fromheather heather

January 25 2009

02:59

Do Tags Work?

titles and descriptions are almost always a more useful definition of the thing being tagged (esp. when searching across large datasets); people generally don’t use verbs when tagging
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