Sunday, November 11, 2007

“If Wikis get people on the same page, weblogs distribute conversation - and knowledge - across space and time." p 146

"It is not what you know, and it's not even who you know, It's how much knowledge you give away. Hoarding knowledge diminishes your power because it diminishes your presence." p 230

For 2500 years we've been told that knowing is our species destiny and its calling.

Now we can see for ourselves that knowledge isn’t in our heads: It is between us.

It emerges from public and social thought and it stays there, because social knowing, like the global conversations that give rise to it, is never finished.” p 147

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