Social Publishing
Larry Lessig Has a Problem Larry Lessig, http://lessig.org/info/photos
A Vast Collection James Skvarch, Etching, http://www.skvarch.com/
Volume  Is Not The Problem
Search  Is The Problem John Battelle.  The Search : How Google and Its Rivals Rewrote the Rules of Business and Transforme...
Connecting People
Forums http://www.chronicles-network.com/forum/
LiveJournal http://www.livejournal.com
Social Publishing “ ...authors create and distribute their work, and readers, individually and collectively, including fan...
OpenLit Respond Share Write Read http://oort-cloud.org/?q=node/5
Creative Commons http://www.creativecommons.org
Science Fiction http://www.cpinternet.com/dwagner2/sfcons/CONv0668.jpg
Oort-Cloud.org Twitter
An Idea Takes Hold
Shared Worlds
Serialization
Living With Stories Not “select, then publish;” but “publish, then select.” Michel Bauwens
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A Presentation on Social Publishing (Nov 2007) by Paul B. Hartzog and Richard Adler

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http://many.corante.com/archives/2006/09/02/social_publishing.php
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    1. 1. Social Publishing
    2. 2. Larry Lessig Has a Problem Larry Lessig, http://lessig.org/info/photos
    3. 3. A Vast Collection James Skvarch, Etching, http://www.skvarch.com/
    4. 4. Volume Is Not The Problem
    5. 5. Search Is The Problem John Battelle. The Search : How Google and Its Rivals Rewrote the Rules of Business and Transformed Our Culture . New York: Portfolio, 2005.
    6. 6. Connecting People
    7. 7. Forums http://www.chronicles-network.com/forum/
    8. 8. LiveJournal http://www.livejournal.com
    9. 9. Social Publishing “ ...authors create and distribute their work, and readers, individually and collectively, including fans as well as editors and peers, review, comment, rank, and tag, everything.” -- from Social Publishing http://oort-cloud.org/?q=node/2
    10. 10. OpenLit Respond Share Write Read http://oort-cloud.org/?q=node/5
    11. 11. Creative Commons http://www.creativecommons.org
    12. 12. Science Fiction http://www.cpinternet.com/dwagner2/sfcons/CONv0668.jpg
    13. 13. Oort-Cloud.org Twitter
    14. 14. An Idea Takes Hold
    15. 15. Shared Worlds
    16. 16. Serialization
    17. 17. Living With Stories Not “select, then publish;” but “publish, then select.” Michel Bauwens
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