Jimbo (Wikipedia) Wales calls for Wiki Politics

By Howard Rheingold, 12 years 37 weeks ago.

John Seely Brown on the challenge and opportunity for technologies of cooperation

By Marc Dangeard, 12 years 37 weeks ago.

Launching the Cooperation Commons Blog

By JimBenson, 12 years 37 weeks ago.

This is the inaugural post of the Cooperation Commons blog.

The Cooperation Commons home page houses a short introduction to the project by Howard Rheingold .

The project and this blog will be looking resources and developing thought surrounding cooperation phenomena. Cooperation studies are a multidisciplinary field. Objects from the quantum to the mega exhibit certain cooperative properties.

Leadership and Cooperations in the Gaming Economy

By JimBenson, 12 years 37 weeks ago.

Via SmartMobs (I think)

Joi Ito provides a lengthy description of the evolution of leadership, community and cooperation in on-line gaming. Far from being an idle pasttime, large scale games like World of Warcraft require a significant time commitment on the parts of the players.

Lessig, The Matrix and More.

By Brian Ohanlon, 12 years 37 weeks ago.

Let's Reclaim The Commons

By Howard Rheingold, 12 years 37 weeks ago.

Succinct, complete, and simply stated, Let's Reclaim The Commons covers all the commons where better management is called for, and explains why -- knowledge, environment, health, public spaces, Internet.

Looking At Social Media Ecologies

By SamuelRose, 12 years 37 weeks ago.

Los Alamos Lab: Collective Decision-Making Site

By Howard Rheingold, 12 years 37 weeks ago.

Daniel Steinbock's ever-interesting blog, mind mob, points to the site his colleagues at Los Alamos National Laboratory have created for all things related to collective decision-making:

Maptagging the Cooperation Landscape, an exercise in collective visual intelligence.

By Howard Rheingold, 12 years 37 weeks ago.

I invite our readers to help apply your collective wisdom to a project I've been working on for a long time, first by myself, then with Institute for the Future, and now with the Cooperation Commons. Help me put together two separate components that a number of people (Andrea Saveri and Kathi Vian foremost among them) have collaborated to create.

Mark Elliott on Stigmergic Collaboration

By Howard Rheingold, 12 years 37 weeks ago.

Cooperation Commons member Mark Elliott has published Stigmergic Collaboration: The Evolution of Group Work, an impressively terse and lucid exploration of the connections between biological swarm intelligence and human intentional collaboration:

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