= collective problem solving = ===Overview of Collective Problem Solving=== The increasing pervasiveness . . . and media literacy. Technology can include both HardTechnology and SoftTechnology to build TechnologySolutions. . . .
9K - last updated 2006-11-02 15:06 UTC by sigi
PatternTheory is a theory based on the work of ChristopherAlexander. It deals with the phenomena of life . . . quite seriously. We tend to focus on the HardTechnology ("Here's a kiln, here's a rake,") and . . .
47K - last updated 2007-01-17 07:40 UTC by HelmutLeitner
[new:LionKimbro:2008-07-15 02:39 UTC] I wish that there were a developed online ethic for communicating. . . . communication technique has focused on HardTechnology (which, confusingly, but humorously,) . . . that have both soft and hard elements. The naive HardTechnology way tries to code everything and translate . . . 'high leverage' points where we can apply some HardTechnology that would work with our SoftTechnologies . . . 21:06 UTC] Good point. I don't mean to exclude HardTechnology; And they can't possibly be completely . . .
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'''The Evolutionary Challenge for Technology''' is the title of [http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/routledg/gwof/2003/00000059/00000008/art00012 . . . use the LinkLanguage elsewhere on the wiki. [::HardTechnology] A "hard technology" is any technology . . . that the terms are similar: The concepts of HardTechnology and SoftTechnology ''mirror'' the concepts . . . on things. It's not so clear from the paper that HardTechnology would include ''software.'' The definition . . . we can continue to assume that they mean HardTechnology. Only if someone says SoftTechnology . . .
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: “If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about answers.” : – Thomas . . . can be refined by both SoftTechnology and HardTechnology. [new:LionKimbro:2006-06-23 23:27 UTC] . . .
29K - last updated 2010-04-26 12:38 UTC by AlexSchroeder
'''Theory Building''' is people making sense of the world around them. A better name for it might be: . . . building mediums! It requires more than just the HardTechnology of the wiki, it also requires the SoftTechnology . . .
35K - last updated 2015-09-12 04:43 UTC by AlexSchroeder
In a hierarchy, there's a relationship going from top to bottom. To limit the organisation of information, . . . a limited sense of the word "technology" -- As a HardTechnology, they may be the same, but as a SoftTechnology, . . . [[tag:promiscuous]] [[tag:softtechnology]] [[tag:hardtechnology]] [[tag:location]] [[tag:finding]] [[tag:pages]] . . .
19K - last updated 2009-01-27 21:49 UTC by LionKimbro
''Cette page a démarré sur UsingTags'' Dans une hiérarchie, il existe une relation allant du haut vers . . . un sens limité du mot "technologie" -- Comme une HardTechnology, elles peuvent être les mêmes, mais . . .
20K - last updated 2006-03-06 10:13 UTC by ChristopheDucamp
When you're researching stuff on the web, it makes sense to keep notes. * bookmarks in a folder, * bookmarks . . . of: partial contribution. ****** Technical / HardTechnology ******* Identification Identify that . . .
30K - last updated 2010-04-25 13:08 UTC by HansWobbe
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