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Life After Democracy

Another aspect of the new-world Cult Scene is the fact the people no longer need to participate in things they are not interested in. You can join those things you want to join, and you can pass by those things … Continue reading
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I expect John Battelle will soon be talking more about the Cult Scene (too)

We’ve got to be smart about how we interact with both social and programmatic platforms
To me, this sounds like a first step towards what I refer to as the Cult Scene (plus, see also: All the World’s a Stage).
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Old Scene, New Scene: How to move from Particular Proper Names + Intellectual Property towards the Cult of the Commons via Common / Natural Language

I don’t believe in Beatles. In “God“, John Lennon disavows belief in many things — and most of these things are things that many do believe in fanatically… they are essentially old-fashioned cults. I would like to contrast these with … Continue reading
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More and more, people are taking up the challenge of connecting the dots; In doing so, they find they can address problems in more sensible ways — and achieve results

My friend Mark Junkunc shared an interesting article today; “Social Change’s Age of Enlightenment“. There are some issues I have with some of the finer points — for example, I think the proposition that data are “measurable” is somewhat overstated … Continue reading Continue reading

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