Thoughts by Tim Brown
You can see me talking about participation on the Nokia Ideas Project site. There are a bunch of other folks also talking about ideas around communications technology.
Web 2.0 has taught us to share ideas.
Web 3.0 should teach us that everyone’s ideas have monetary worth.
The commons will always be a tragedy.
Carl Romer: The Economics of Ideas
Great points! I think it’s equally as important to note that, not only does participation influence design change, but also that design can influence change in participation.
I completely agree with the service industry commentary. However, to play devil’s advocate, does this necessarily work as well in segments of our lives where we don’t necessarily expect or desire that level of involvement in our service (e.g. waste management, DMV)? Or do we so completely disregard the possibilities of service interaction in specific instances like that?
I’d be very interested to hear more about your thoughts on the topic. Thanks for sharing!
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