[new:DavidCary:2005-11-30 20:33 UTC] I find it interesting that this "open source" idea is leaking out . . . there are many people interested in seeing the GlobalBrain work. They just have different phrases . . .
5K - last updated 2006-03-25 13:52 UTC by MattisManzel
[new:AmberStraub:2007-08-30 20:10 UTC] LION WILL YOU PLEASE CALL ME: 206-214-5720 [new:AlexSchroeder:2007-08-31 . . . though, include: * GlobalHeart, to complement GlobalBrain. This isn't just about GeekHealth; If we . . .
10K - last updated 2007-09-13 16:02 UTC by SamRose
[new:LionKimbro:2006-11-05 23:13 UTC] Just dropping off a bundle of my thoughts about inquiries: * When . . . -- authorities and software * GlobalBrain -- networks of people working together, . . .
5K - last updated 2007-02-23 22:23 UTC by SamRose
This page is called "About Logistics" rather than something meaningful, because it's just a rough braindump . . . calls, etc. -- HiveMind, CollaborationGrants, GlobalBrain, etc. (In particular, groups of humans . . .
32K - last updated 2010-11-15 00:01 UTC by DavidCary
http://www.thegreatstory.org/images-salon/2-170.jpg It is convenient to talk about a particular group . . . * RealCommunity == discussion == Copied from GlobalBrain: [new:LionKimbro:2006-03-17 07:49 UTC] . . . planetary survival challenges. I think that the GlobalBrain thing is going to be something to take . . .
52K - last updated 2009-01-23 17:51 UTC by DavidCary
What is "Collective Intelligence?" The phrase suggests "WikiPedia," where people work to make the world's . . . to the health of "the system," or "the GlobalBrain.") Note that there's very little "mass . . .
7K - last updated 2010-05-22 03:06 UTC by DavidCary
Community wiki is not a average internet community - we have not had a good flamewar for over a year . . . organism of life, dedicated to the growth of the GlobalBrain and the GlobalHeart. More specifically, . . .
14K - last updated 2008-11-27 01:25 UTC by RainerWasserfuhr
Our pages are getting a bit complicated; We regularly have: * Intro section, which make it to the FrontPage. . . . use the HiveMind tag, and where do you use the GlobalBrain tag, and where do you use the CollectiveIntelligence . . .
24K - last updated 2009-10-06 23:33 UTC by AlexSchroeder
''A religion old or new, that stressed the magnificence of the universe as revealed by modern science, . . . view that we'll form a technological GlobalBrain. ''"No one can deny that a network (a world . . .
49K - last updated 2009-09-15 18:24 UTC by LionKimbro
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_brain WikiPedia:Global_Brain] is a good article, no need to reproduce . . . uses that is ''more general'' than "GlobalBrain." HiveMind is a super-theme that includes . . . of all of them. When most people talk about the GlobalBrain, they are talking about all of these threads. . . . countries, etc., etc.,. In this sense, the GlobalBrain already exists, and it is just a label . . . It is a ''flag,'' or ''banner.'' The GlobalBrain is a ''part'' of a utopian vision. (And . . .
57K - last updated 2008-11-27 01:02 UTC by RainerWasserfuhr
We use the phrase '''Hive Mind''' to talk about the theme of mass global communication. Some of the major . . . parts of the theme are: * '''GlobalBrain''': Viewing all connected humans (which . . . at that. (Hence, dividing it into parts, such as GlobalBrain, OrganizedCulture, HyperSocial, CyberneticEconomy.) . . . the HiveMind theme. == The Global Brain == The "GlobalBrain" is what we refer to when we say: "Bloggers . . . :) [new:LionKimbro:2005-11-04 18:30 UTC] I think GlobalBrain is a better term than HumanCybernetics. . . .
58K - last updated 2015-09-04 12:19 UTC by 6331
This page is about working to develop a ''theory'' of the HiveMind. Our theory should help us figure . . . TransHumanism once before here. So far, we have "GlobalBrain," "CyberneticEconomy," "HyperSocial," "OrganizedCulture," . . .
20K - last updated 2006-02-23 00:26 UTC by BayleShanks
Technology that radically extends the social dimension of life. Wiki & blogs are only the beginning. . . . other) leads to the MetaWeb, and eventually the GlobalBrain. http://novaspivack.typepad.com/nova_spivacks_weblog/metaweb_graph.GIF . . .
2K - last updated 2008-10-03 23:53 UTC by DavidCary
Over on MeatballWiki, LindseyHart asked several questions on the page [http://www.usemod.com/cgi-bin/mb.pl?LindseyHartWikiInterview . . . other. See also: HiveMind (and it's children: GlobalBrain, OrganizedCulture, HyperSocial, CyberneticEconomy, . . .
9K - last updated 2006-05-04 05:15 UTC by LionKimbro
This email was sent by Lion to a friend (Sheri) who asked for reflections on DigitalMaoism, a paper by . . . DigitalMaoism -- our page on the paper itself * GlobalBrain -- CommunityWiki name for the more-specific . . . we're thinking about, re: the Internet, the GlobalBrain, CollectiveIntelligence, and so on * AreGroupsReal . . .
5K - last updated 2006-06-08 09:59 UTC by LionKimbro
Main page: LionKimbro I often have ideas I want to share, name, and refer to, but I don't quite want . . . comparable to the ''conscious attention'' of the GlobalBrain. The CollectiveUnconscious can be compared . . . to the ''unconscious attention'' of the GlobalBrain. [::ConceptualFocalPoints] Points that . . . brain, and then the neocortex. Similarly, the GlobalBrain would have the governmental bodies, corporations, . . .
70K - last updated 2010-03-19 20:54 UTC by DavidCary
I feel an important cause is to make us, mankind, collectively wiser. I think it's a cause that few would . . . awareness, awakening the InterMind / the Wiki:GlobalBrain, making it more self-conscious, etc. But . . .
5K - last updated 2005-05-18 06:03 UTC by EmileKroeger
Reading DigitalMaoism (the original article) it's hard to see what the whole thing has to do with "digital" . . . the role of controversy in our system? (in the GlobalBrain?) * Why do we care about the answers to . . . current state of our EcosystemOfNetworks in the GlobalBrain is that s/he who controls the focus litany . . . controls the momentum of all of the layers. Our GlobalBrain may have become this way through an emergent . . . that we see in the DigitalMaoism example. If our GlobalBrain information filters focused on all layers, . . .
12K - last updated 2007-05-31 10:04 UTC by HelmutLeitner
We have numerous questions to answer in life: "What shall I do today?" "Who shall I associate with?" . . . pattern to be ''enforced'' outwards. HowardBloomsGlobalBrainBook goes to great lengths, explaining this . . .
16K - last updated 2010-09-23 18:29 UTC by DavidCary
''This page started a a translation of link: MakingUsWiser'' Je pressens qu'une cause importante est . . . de l'EspritDeRuche, l'Inter-Esprit, le [Wiki:GlobalBrain cerveau global] la rendent plus timide, . . .
7K - last updated 2005-06-28 16:38 UTC by ChristopheDucamp
If something is '''ontologically real,''' that means that not only does a model describe something that . . . Relevance == "Does it make sense to talk about a GlobalBrain?" The question led to "AreGroupsReal?" . . . a question about the OntologicallyReal. In the GlobalBrain discussion, I (LionKimbro) bring up the . . .
3K - last updated 2011-08-07 20:09 UTC by AlexSchroeder
OpenSource is a phrase that's been used for a long time in the IntelligenceCommunity. In that community, . . . there are many people interested in seeing the GlobalBrain work. They just have different phrases . . .
4K - last updated 2006-03-19 23:38 UTC by LionKimbro
'''Organized Culture''' is our name for the idea that society will compartmentalize into groups. The . . . * OnlineCommunitiesAreCityStates * HiveMind, GlobalBrain, GlobalVillage * RainbowsEnd -- features . . .
39K - last updated 2015-09-12 04:44 UTC by AlexSchroeder
Historically, this page was about how documents on ThePublicWeb could conceivably go through a "Public . . . are deep questions for the PublicWeb, for the GlobalBrain, in the sense of ThePowerOfQuestions. Surely, . . .
12K - last updated 2010-07-09 15:13 UTC by HansWobbe
The locus of discussion is ostensibly about "reporting for outsiders" -- groups, and how they report . . . this. Most of us have ''some'' concept of the GlobalBrain, and so on. Figuring out how the reporting . . .
26K - last updated 2007-07-20 19:30 UTC by LionKimbro
[new:BayleShanks:2005-11-07 02:02 UTC] Hello all, been reading the news a little bit about the Paris . . . that concepts like HiveMind, JointReality, GlobalBrain, etc, may turn in fact to be silly labels. . . . social action, the new collaboration paradigm, GlobalBrain etc, etc, etc. No technological enabler . . .
96K - last updated 2006-03-25 15:01 UTC by LionKimbro
I follow the example of Lion to express a feeling about how things are happening to us. There is the . . . a link] -- a criticism of HowardBloomsGlobalBrain. (summary: leaves reader w/ no moral foundation . . .
6K - last updated 2007-01-01 23:23 UTC by LionKimbro
: “If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about answers.” : – Thomas . . . goal-oriented activity online, for the GlobalBrain as a whole. * We can use this, immediately, . . .
29K - last updated 2010-04-26 12:38 UTC by AlexSchroeder
(better title ? WikiCommunicationBase ? DetailedExplanationWiki ? IntroductionToTheIssuesWiki ? ) A debate . . . in the world. Now, or soon, we are approaching a GlobalBrain that will not have these limitations, and . . .
12K - last updated 2007-02-24 07:59 UTC by LionKimbro
A "Wiki''''''Weblog," aka a "Bliki," is a hybrid model wiki + weblog. Several CommunityWiki members have . . . are excited by the idea, and, good neuron of the GlobalBrain that I am, I thus stop and pause: Is this . . .
29K - last updated 2015-03-31 13:22 UTC by AlexDaniel
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