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Internet Rising - The Emerging Global Brain | Gerald Celente Trends ...

Censoring the internet is like cutting into a healthy human brain. The internet is anarchy, it is the only place we have no masters, it is peace, it is the chance for every parent on the planet to ask the world to be the generation to ...
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Crowd-sourcing stirs up fresh ideas for recycling TVs and monitors

Crowd-sourcing stirs up fresh ideas for recycling TVs and monitors | Global Brain | Scoop.it
RT @EnvDefenseFund Crowd-sourcing stirs up fresh ideas for recycling TVs and monitors http://t.co/q4mhQzcE...
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Website to crowdsource alien life

Website to crowdsource alien life | Global Brain | Scoop.it
The public are invited to study data from telescopes which could point to extraterrestrial life forms.
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Engaging Emergence | Peggy Holman

Engaging Emergence | Peggy Holman | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Welcoming conditions encourage authenticity & engagement #engagingemergence #change #leadership #complexity http://t.co/vG8XOmRt...
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Kids' Cognition Is Changing—Education Will Have to Change With It

Kids' Cognition Is Changing—Education Will Have to Change With It | Global Brain | Scoop.it
A new survey considers the intellectual future of the millennial generation.
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Small firms, Start-ups Drive Crowdsourcing Growth - Wall Street Journal

Small firms, Start-ups Drive Crowdsourcing Growth - Wall Street Journal | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Small firms, Start-ups Drive Crowdsourcing GrowthWall Street JournalThe strategy, known as "crowdsourcing," enabled the Menlo Park, Calif.-based start-up to quickly and cheaply tackle a labor-intensive job without taking on extra workers.
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On Memetics: Matt Ridley on the global brain

On Memetics: Matt Ridley on the global brain | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Matt Ridley talks about our "collective brain." for one hour. This address, which was delivered on February 1, 2012, was one in a series of lectures that are sponsored by the Center for the History of Political Economy at Duke ...
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Social Media's Evolving Impact On How Businesses Buy Tech - Forbes

Social Media's Evolving Impact On How Businesses Buy Tech - Forbes | Global Brain | Scoop.it
AME InfoSocial Media's Evolving Impact On How Businesses Buy TechForbesPowered by 850 million active users, Facebook is without a doubt the world's largest social network – a standing that's earned the 8-year-old company a $100 billion valuation.
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Allan's e-Library: An Internet of Things in Education

Allan's e-Library: An Internet of Things in Education | Global Brain | Scoop.it
I'm most intrigued by the report's Internet of Things. I've noted in the past that the Internet of Things (IOT) will be a driving force in not only web and internet technologies, but will be an ubiquitous part of our lives, seamlessly ...
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Peer Instruction – Interactive Learning

Peer Instruction – Interactive Learning | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Interactive pedagogy, for example, turns passive, note-taking students into active, de facto teachers who explain their ideas to each other and contend for their points of view.
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The Pirate Bay Switches from Torrents to Untraceable Magnet Links

The Pirate Bay Switches from Torrents to Untraceable Magnet Links | Global Brain | Scoop.it
The Pirate Bay will no longer link to .torrent files. It will use better technology instead. "Today marks the end of an era," the Pirate Bay blog says. "Sort of." The famed torrent site will now use magnet links.
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Complexity and sustainability « Reflexivepractice

Governance processes work best if they are polycentric, rather than rationally optimised, and one size fits all panaceas are not to be recommended. Complexity, she argues, is not to be rationalised away or denied: rather it ...
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"Internet of Things" a Chinese national initiative - Fierce Energy

"Internet of Things" a Chinese national initiative - Fierce Energy | Global Brain | Scoop.it
"Internet of Things" a Chinese national initiativeFierce Energy"China's latest economic five-year-plan has placed the 'Internet of Things' as a key, strategic national industry initiative for the country," said Jake Saunders, ABI's Vice President...
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Global 2045: Randal Koene: Whole Brain Emulation Within Our Lifetime 1 | Plus Ultra Technologies/30 steps | Digital Research for Humanities

Global 2045: Randal Koene: Whole Brain Emulation Within Our Lifetime 1 | Plus Ultra Technologies/30 steps | Digital Research for Humanities | Global Brain | Scoop.it
We present here the text of a lecture delivered at the Global Future 2045 Conference in Moscow on February 17th 2012 by Dr. Randal Koene, of Halcyon Molecular.
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Amazon.com: Hidden Order: How Adaptation Builds Complexity (Helix Books) (9780201442304): John Holland: Books

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TheStreet TV - HD Videos With CEOs, Analysts, Fund Managers and More

HD video interviews with policy makers, entrepreneurs, star fund managers, Wall St. analysts, CEOs, and stock market commentators.
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Can science ever explain consciousness?

Can science ever explain consciousness? | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Anil Seth, Chris Frith and Barry Smith (of Birkbeck, not Buffalo!) outline the topography in a podcast.
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Could crowdsourcing be a better way to make legislation? - GigaOm

Could crowdsourcing be a better way to make legislation? - GigaOm | Global Brain | Scoop.it
GigaOmCould crowdsourcing be a better way to make legislation?
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Aurasma Augments the Real World With Real-time Web Updates - Bradenton Herald

Aurasma Augments the Real World With Real-time Web Updates - Bradenton Herald | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Aurasma Augments the Real World With Real-time Web UpdatesBradenton HeraldBeing able to view live web updates using a mobile device in this way enables the "Internet of things" to become an augmented reality.
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Hayles on Cybernetics | Digitocentrism:

Hayles on Cybernetics | Digitocentrism: | Global Brain | Scoop.it
“Cybernetics.” Mitchell, W. J. T. and Mark B. N. Hansen, eds. Critical Terms for Media Studies. Chicago/London: University of Chicago Press, 2010. 146-156. In this article Hayles suggests that media can be understood ...
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Google's Schmidt warns regulators against killing innovation

Google's Schmidt warns regulators against killing innovation | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Google chief Eric Schmidt on Tuesday urged regulators to allow technology to develop its own solutions amid privacy concerns, warning that drawing up specific laws could stifle innovation.
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Can Analyzing Social Networks Really Find Thought Leaders ...

There has been quite a lot of noise lately regarding the use of social network techniques to find key opinion leaders in the medical profession. Whether it's through what some call social network analysis or the creation of ...
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Microchip Mind Control, Implants And Cybernetics - Preskool Dropouts

Microchip Mind Control, Implants And Cybernetics - Preskool Dropouts | Global Brain | Scoop.it
In 1948 Norbert Weiner published a book, CYBERNETICS, defined as a neurological communication and control theory already in use in small circles at that time. Yoneji Masuda, "Father of Information Society," stated his ...
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