Ceci explique ceci

I can’t remember how I found this, but I suspect that this quote explains how I found this quote:

The discovery process is remarkably social, and the social interactions come in amazingly diverse forms. Sometimes it’s overhearing a conversation on Twitter between two complete strangers; sometimes it’s the virtual book club of something like Findings; sometimes it’s going out to lunch with a friend and bouncing new ideas off them. It’s the social life of information, in John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid’s wonderful phrase — we just have so many more ways of being social now.

Via stevenberlinjohnson.com: Anatomy Of An Idea

Published by Sylvain Carle

Venture Technologist. Internet and Media Geek. Homebase on the web is at www.afroginthevalley.com and physically grounded in Montréal.

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