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"Digital nation, muy recomendable documental de Douglas Rushkoff.
Me dejaban uno de los mejores vídeos que he visto en los últimos tiempos, al estilo largometraje de US Now sobre la web social y el poder de las organizaciones sin organización o, en educación, de We are the people we have been waiting for."
David Edery, who was until recently part of the CMS staff and now works for Microsoft, has been generating some interesting discussion over on his blog, Game Tycoon, about how games might harness “the wisdom of crowds” to solve real world problems. It’s an idea he’s been promoting for some time but I only recently had a chance to read through all of his discussion. He starts by describing the growing academic interest that has been generated by James Surowiecki’s The Wisdom of Crowds and then suggesting some of the challenges of applying these concepts in a real world context: