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What happens after we’re all connected? This is a question that we never thought to ask as we wired the planet up with telegraph and telephone and radio and television and Internet. It’s a question we never think to ask as we unwire the planet with mobile telephones and wireless broadband. So, without even understanding our goals, we have seven hundred million individuals using the Internet, and somewhere over a billion carrying mobile...
 communication Wikipedia knowledge
exists to preserve and spread material that is in danger of being lost, is hard to find, or is not widely known. Unlike the Wayback Machine/Internet Archive, which seeks to capture web information of all kinds at various points in time, the Memory Hole emphasizes preservation of "things that we're not supposed to know (or that we're supposed to forget)." This site could be useful in providing examples of materials...
 information knowledge internet activism conspiracy history
The True Knowledge answer engine is a technology capable of answering questions put to it on any topic.
 reference knowledge tool Internet truth
Founded by Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the Web, the World Wide Web Foundation is an international, not-for-profit organization that leads transformative programs to advance the Web as a medium that empowers people to bring about positive change.
 Tim Berners-Lee Internet foundation free future standard collaboration knowledge
Intricate maps of science have been created from citation data to visualize the structure of scientific activity. However, most scientific publications are now accessed online. Scholarly web portals record detailed log data at a scale that exceeds the number of all existing citations combined. Such log data is recorded immediately upon publication and keeps track of the sequences of user requests (clickstreams) that are issued by a variety...

2009-03-11

 science visualization knowledge maps
The metaphors we employ to travel the web are extremely pervasive, but almost invisible to most. Same thing with how we use computers in general. I'm sure a lot of folks can't imagine anything different than their computer having a "desktop", even though that's a strangely antiquated metaphor to use. Here we have a mindblowing amount of computational power, and software that can deal with a hundred dimensions just...

2007-10-25

 website Internet metaphor wisdom knowledge Flemming Funch
Cognitive relativism is a philosophy that claims the truth or falsity of a statement is relative to a social group or individual.
 philosophy cognitive relativism epistemic relativism relativity Anthony Judge culture knowledge science

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