WHAT I LEARNED...

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1. Tragedy of the Commons

1.1. Wealth of Nations

1.1.1. invisible hand

1.2. common-pool resources

1.2.1. freeloaders

1.2.1.1. mutual coercion

1.2.1.1.1. tragedy of the commons

1.2.2. Ostrom

1.2.3. Axelrod

1.3. Malthusian

1.4. collective disaster

1.5. techno-social Darwinism

1.6. The Machine Stops

1.7. Hardin

1.8. economies

1.8.1. Kollock

2. class struggle

2.1. Marx and Engels

2.1.1. Bowles and Gintis

2.2. Bourdieu

2.2.1. social capital

2.2.1.1. $

2.2.1.2. non-$

2.3. "virtuality and its discontents"

2.4. Durkheim

2.5. Weber

2.6. verstehen

2.7. “A Supermarket in California”

2.7.1. Ginsberg

2.7.2. Whitman

3. Where I started ... all about me!

4. networked individualism

4.1. networked self

4.1.1. attention blindness

4.1.2. multitasking

4.1.2.1. trait of attention deficit

4.1.2.2. adaptive executive control

4.1.2.3. response selection bottlenecks

4.1.2.4. Rosen

4.1.2.5. flow

4.1.2.5.1. Boyd

4.1.2.6. Nass

4.1.3. infotension

4.1.3.1. Rheingold

4.1.4. psychosocial moratorium

4.1.5. Protean Self

4.1.6. Erving Goffman

4.1.6.1. The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life

4.1.7. social capital

4.2. man-computer symbiosis

4.2.1. Licklider

4.2.1.1. Taylor

4.2.1.1.1. "The computer as a communication device"

4.2.2. time-out

4.2.2.1. lock in

4.2.2.1.1. lock out

4.2.3. Nelson, Engelbart, Sutherland, and Kay

4.2.3.1. augmenting human intellect

4.2.4. OLIVER

4.2.5. "The Machine Stops"

4.2.5.1. E.M. Forster

4.3. Wellman

4.3.1. techno-dreamer

4.4. FOMO

4.5. nodes

4.5.1. weak

4.5.1.1. Facebook

4.5.1.2. Twitter

4.5.1.3. blogs

4.5.1.4. SMS

4.5.2. strong

4.6. network externality

4.7. virtual identity

4.7.1. "identity that counts"

4.7.1.1. Turkle

4.7.1.1.1. avatar

4.7.1.1.2. personal branding

4.8. "alone together"

4.8.1. "always elsewhere"

4.8.2. Neil Swidey, "The End of Alone"

4.9. social network analysis

4.10. anonymity

4.10.1. lurker

4.10.1.1. lonely

4.10.1.1.1. bandages

4.11. Web-Brain Mindmap of Roots and Visions of Augmented Social Cognition

4.11.1. Rheingold.

4.12. collaborative learning

4.12.1. Davidson

4.13. "What are we doing on-line?"

4.13.1. John Barlow, Sven Birkerts, Kevin Kelly, Mark Slouka

4.14. real names

4.14.1. Bernie Hogan

4.15. networked computer

4.16. McLuhan

5. PLACE

5.1. folk-urban continuufolk-urban continuum

5.2. Tönnies

5.2.1. Gemeinschaft

5.2.2. Gesellschaft

5.3. boundary object

5.4. augmented meeting

5.4.1. augmented intellect

5.5. Netville

5.6. panopticon

5.6.1. Bentham

5.7. Foucault

5.8. glocalization

5.9. media-heavy world

5.10. The Good Great Place

5.10.1. Oldenberg

5.10.1.1. work

5.10.1.2. school

5.10.1.3. play

5.10.1.4. third place

5.10.1.4.1. hangout

5.10.2. perfect pastoral past

5.10.2.1. false nostaligia

5.10.2.1.1. utopia

5.11. public/private

5.11.1. Boeder

5.11.1.1. Häbermas

6. etiquette

6.1. norms

6.1.1. normlessness

6.1.2. hermeneutics

6.1.3. social control

6.2. anomie

6.3. privacy

6.3.1. Lessig

6.4. functionalism

6.4.1. social control

6.4.1.1. Durkheim

6.4.1.2. Weber

6.4.1.2.1. bureaucracy

7. information

7.1. open access

7.1.1. Vannevar Bush

7.1.2. Lessig

7.2. closed access

7.3. push

7.4. pull

7.5. osmosis

7.6. slippages

7.7. third-party curation

7.8. personalization

7.8.1. centralization

7.8.1.1. bi-polarization

7.9. personal computer

7.10. the medium is the message (then what's information?)

8. VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES

8.1. WELL

8.1.1. Rheingold

8.1.2. Brand

8.1.2.1. Brilliant

8.2. New Left

8.3. vibration of sincerity

8.4. techno-dreamers

8.5. BBSes

8.5.1. CompuServe

8.6. MOOs

8.6.1. third, safe place

8.6.1.1. Mr. Bungle!

8.7. MUDs

8.7.1. Multi-User Dungeon

8.7.2. Massive Mulit-player Online Role-Playing Game

8.7.3. Geertz

8.8. Multi-User Dimension

8.9. anonymity

8.10. real names

8.11. Second Life

8.12. avatar

8.13. "always elsewhere"

8.13.1. online

8.14. "alone together"

8.14.1. together

8.14.2. Turkle

8.15. personal networks

8.15.1. community of networks as personal networks

8.16. Whole Earth Catalog

8.16.1. New Communalist

8.16.2. techno-dreamers

8.16.2.1. MONDO 200

8.16.2.2. technocrats

8.16.2.2.1. WIRED

8.16.2.2.2. Long Now

8.16.2.3. Digital Revolution

8.16.3. Turner

8.16.4. counterculture

8.17. boyd

8.17.1. techno-dreamers

8.18. utopia

8.18.1. commune

8.18.1.1. Black Bear Ranch

8.19. cyberspace

8.19.1. Postman

8.20. virtual friendship

8.20.1. the New Nacrissim

8.20.1.1. Rosen

8.21. users

8.21.1. multiusers

8.22. Facebook

8.22.1. Twitter

8.22.1.1. Instagram

8.22.1.1.1. Reddit

9. collective action

9.1. networked self

9.1.1. networked individualism

9.2. gift economy

9.3. heterarchy

9.4. Digital Revolution

9.5. Blackberry Revolution

9.5.1. crackberry

9.5.1.1. Turkle

9.6. techno-dreamers

9.7. Keitih Hampton

9.8. democracy

9.8.1. Putnam

9.8.1.1. Acevedo

9.8.1.1.1. Sunstein

9.9. good iideas

9.9.1. innovation

9.9.1.1. Johnson