DW on "The New Is"

When I write about the ‘net, I keep fearing I’m being too repetitive about how astoundingly different the fabric of human meaning is becoming due to this technology (and actually not the technology but its use).

Then I run across others saying similar stuff and I don’t feel so bad, such as David Weinberger on The New “Is.”

We are talking with one another, thinking out loud across presumptions and continents. If you want to know about an idea, you could go to an encyclopedia and read what an expert says about it. Or you could find a blog that talks about it and start following the web of links. You’ll not just see multiple points of view, you’ll hear those points of view in conversation. That’s new in the world.

Author: Andrew Hinton

I use information to architect better places for humans. More at andrewhinton.com.