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picture31 Mar 2004 @ 22:34, by Roger Eaton

From Nova Spivack's article, The Metaweb: The Global Mind Just Got Smarter: "Now the important question here is: at what point can we say that a bunch of parts becomes a new whole in its own right? At what point can we speak of "the superorganism" as an entity? The crucial boundary is called a "metasystem transition" which is a transition from one order of organization to a higher order of organization. ... We are in the process of evolving the Metaweb -- the beginnings of our species' superorganism. "

Spivack's Minding the Planet blog is worth a look. His latest article points us to a neat new search engine: Turbo10. Also President of a "stealth mode" company that is working to make the Semantic Web easy: Radar Networks -- good luck, Nova, I think you will need it to make progress in facilitating the oooh sooh difficult semantic web. Only geniuses can understand rdf. Even the cool brains at PyCON 2004 said this stuff is too hard!

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1 Apr 2004 @ 08:42 by Nova @ : Thanks Roger
Thanks Roger, for the comments and good wishes!


1 Apr 2004 @ 09:18 by swanny : Hey Roger....
A bit of sychronicity.....
Have a look in the United Globality Log
I just posted an article on The Evolution of Holism....
Its not to technical but gives a more sematic view of
Holism..... or Wholism....


26 Apr 2008 @ 07:38 by fff @ : nice
good news  

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