by Clay Shirky
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Evaluates the significant role of technological advances on the formation and experience of modern group dynamics, citing such examples as Wikipedia and MySpace to demonstrate the Internet's power in bridging geographical and cultural gaps.
January 8, 2009 Social networking, user feedback and Tweeting are now common Web experiences. Clay Shirky, author of Here Comes Everybody, isn't surprised. He knows what works online, what doesn't, and why — and he just might know what's next.
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May 29, 2008 Fancy gadgets such as the iPod and BlackBerry mobile phone are doing more than just keeping people plugged in to the latest technology. They're also seen as tools that could change history. Clay Shirky, author of Here Comes Everybody, The Power of Organizing Without Organization, describes the phenomenon.
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