Category: Society

Toward the Integral Internet

The Social Web: Yours, Mine, and Ours

If Web 1.0 was the “published Web” and The Cluetrain Manifesto predicted what was to become the social Web (Web 2.0), I believe the next iteration, Web 3.0, will be the “Integral Internet,” where the noosphere of virtual knowledge gets better and better at interacting with our deepest human needs, values, and experiences. | Read more.

In: Collaboration, Collective knowledge, Communications, Noted, Society, Sustainability, Technology, Transformation

Designing an Agile Learning Culture for Teams and Organizations

CultureCon 2012

I was fortunate to attend CultureCon in Boston, which focused on designing workgroup practices that embrace agile, nimble learning. This is the world into which our students will be growing. (I’ll be processing all the conference insights for a long time. In the meantime, here are my raw tweets.) One of the most exciting sessions led […] | Read more.

In: Collective knowledge, Noted, Society, Technology, Transparency

Robert Krulwich on the future of journalism

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From Robert Krulwich: If you can … fall in love, with the work, with people you work with, with your dreams and their dreams. Whatever it was that got you to this school, don’t let it go. | Read more.

In: Innovation, Journalism, Noted, Self-directed learning, Society
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