Cooperation Commons: Interdisciplinary study of cooperation and collective action.
By SamuelRose, published at 10 May 2007 - 8:12pm, last updated 5 years 44 weeks ago.
[via Social Synergy Weblog]
From now on, in all of the posts that I make here in this blog, as well as posts to Cooperation Commons and Smartmobs, and original writings to any WebAssistant TeleCommunity, I am going to include a link to this site,which is called a "bliki" in terminology invented by Ward Cunningham.
So, what is a bliki, and why am I doing this? From the OddWiki-Center:
Some people are attempting to use these experimental "blikis" as a blog. I am doing something similar, but also a little different. I am taking blog postings that I have made elsewhere and copying them to the Social Synergy Bliki on a "day-page". Then, I am linking to this daypage from the front HomePage.
The purpose in doing this will be to (hopefully) create fuel matter for a WikiCarburator. I recently got involved with the CommunityWiki. They are exploring a number of ideas related to collaboration, cooperation, virtual communities, and social software of many different types. This all happens within an organic, community-wide "jam session" centered around wiki software. They practice with, and expand, and explore many of the concepts that first emerged within the WikiWikiWeb and Meatball Wiki (many CommunityWiki contributors are also Meatball Wiki Contributors). I joined CommunityWiki to learn by doing, and explore how I can apply WikiWay concepts to many of the different projects I am working on, and vice-versa. I plan on using knowledge already gathered in WikiWikiWeb, MeatBall Wiki, CommunityWiki, Wikipedia, Metacollab Wiki, P2P Foundation Wiki, and other knowledge commons to help inform content that is in the Social-Synergy-Bliki. Ultimately, I also hope other bloggers will occasionally or even regularly import their own related blog content to the Social-Synergy-Bliki, or to create their own bliki, and post a link to it here.
Why import blog content into the bliki? I like the tools in typepad and other blogging software that allows me to ping other blog sites. I like the different advantages to using a blog as a way to communicate my thoughts as a kind of "outboard brain". Yet, I also like the inherent TheoryBuilding found in different active wiki communities. So, the "bliki" is a bridge between the blogosphere, and possibly other SocialSoftware and networks of wikis.
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