I found this TED talk through G+. I’ve never heard someone put these thoughts together in quite this way. I feel he’s coming from a unique space, one which isn’t formatted to a specific application or lens.
I also feel that the way we organized GOSH and the emergence of true collaboration and shared vision fit well into his explanation. I’m especially interested to know if he’s figured out how to support networks rather than individuals (conceptually similar to what we discussed @thomas.maillart).
Is anyone familiar with him or his work?