I've recently been exploring how peer production methods can be used to build smarter public policy. One benefit of this approach is that the community that drafted the policy would then become a political force urging its passage. Such a scenario might provide a means to counteract the often damaging influence of corporate special interest.
My first question, then, is how do we create an environment in which peer production of public policy can occur successfully? I find the… Continue
Posted on May 25, 2009 at 19:44 — 1 Comment
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You should put some details about swarm foundation and stuff in your profile :)
By the way, what's the purpose of creating this ning group?
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