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The power of many : how the living Web is transforming politics, business, and everyday life

Author: Christian Crumlish
Publisher: San Francisco : Sybex, ©2004.
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Explores how people are using new methods of social computing to simplify the ways they locate others who share their interests and kindle face-to-face communication. Through a series of case studies and interviews with leading thinkers and doers in this rapidly evolving field, Christian Crumlish illustrates how we use peer-to-peer technologies--web services, blogs, mobile phone SMS, and more--to accomplish  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Crumlish, Christian.
Power of many.
San Francisco : Sybex, c2004
(OCoLC)651761228
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Christian Crumlish
ISBN: 0782143466 9780782143461
OCLC Number: 56556417
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xv, 272 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgments. Foreword. Introduction. Chapter 1: People Get Ready. Chapter 2: All Politics Is Personal. Chapter 3: Getting Off the Couch. Chapter 4: Meet the Neighbors. Chapter 5: Visible Means of Support. Chapter 6: CultureJamming the Hollywood Megalith. Chapter 7: Doing Business with Strangers. Chapter 8: Lonely Hearts' Club Bands. Chapter 9: Tom Sawyer Whitewashes a Fence. Glossary. Index.
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Explores how people are using new methods of social computing to simplify the ways they locate others who share their interests and kindle face-to-face communication. Through a series of case studies and interviews with leading thinkers and doers in this rapidly evolving field, Christian Crumlish illustrates how we use peer-to-peer technologies--web services, blogs, mobile phone SMS, and more--to accomplish widespread goals.

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