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For example in classroom instructions, this model can be applied so that students get more involved in making decision on how and what they learn. We give companies our personal data, whether it’s our birthdays and photos and what we did or read last night or our interests, destinations, gift ideas, etc. Want to Read saving….

Tully convinced me that the manner in which the Internet has developed, from its origins in the power grids and communications networks of the dominant, imperialist nations, that the Internet is not the great democratic equalizer we would like it to be. I found myself part way through this book with very negative feelings about it.

And as the wikiomics neo-Luddite Neil Postman wrote, every new technology solves old problems while creating new problems.

While lawmakers try to enforce outdated wijinomics infringement, “piracy,” and other myopic views, a global collaboration has snowballed via the Internet.

The authors have done extremely well in expounding their main idea. I do it because I am forgetful. However, because of the changing usage ljvro of Internet technologies, the cost of transactions has dropped so significantly that the authors assert that the market is better described by an inversion of Coase’s Law.


And yet they cannot even spell the enterprise they’re critiquing correctly?

Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything by Don Tapscott

Ada yang memperkirakan Linux ini akan menjadi sistem operasi masa depan. People working without global barriers may lead to positive economies of scale, with high levels of creativity never seen before.

Oh, and Linux too. Apr 12, Scott rated it did wokinomics like it. But that will be the province of companies and people who challenge themselves to innovate.

This is insightful and very helpful. Both live in Toronto. Recopilar el conocimiento disperso de los individuos para aprovechar las ideas agregadas de grandes grupos.

I’m not its audience. It seems counter-intuitive, but I don’t see how it’s any different from the shaving razor model: I have to let you in on a secret.


Nov 30, Wage rated it liked it. This is essential for new products to get to market effectively. Look at all the Goodreads Librarians that volunteer their time to help improve this website.

Tapscott e Williams lo sanno, come dimostra l’elenco, a p. The book is essentially very positive, but drawbacks take away from it’s potentially widespread wikinnomics and influence.

Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything

Potete stare in un call center di Bangalore che prende gli ordini per conto di un ristorante take-away di Los Angeles ” p. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This idea comes from the work of education reformer John Dewey and Russian psychologist Lev Vygotsky and other social constructivist theorists.

The book describes how consumers participate in the creation of products in an active and ongoing way with the consumer co-innovating and co-producing the product that they consume.

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Microsoft is, in reality, trying to appear more transparent about what they are wikinomids and are releasing some source code. For Tapscott and Williams, wikinomics is all about reducing costs while remaining profitable in a market where consumers are increasingly connected, increasingly more well-informed about wikinomcis offerings, and increasingly eager to be involved. Here are the pluses and minuses. This is a book worth getting if you have a stake in developing, marketing, or even using technology.


As with many books of its ilk, Wikinomics uses several case studies to make its argument. It is our hope that this book will transcend its physical form to become a living, real-time, collaborative document, cocreated by wikinoomics thinkers.

I certainly cannot accuse them of failing to communicate their enthusiasm and excitement for their subject matter.

The author coins the term prosumers to describe how the gap between the producers and consumers is blurring. The authors wisely broaden their presentation of the new “Wikinomics” to include all sorts of disciplines and industries. Third, some sections are unnecessarily dense.

It is loaded with platitudes and strange usage of words such as “huckstering”, “ecosystems”, “consultantese”, “successism”, etc.

McEwen estimates the collaborative process shaved two to three years off their exploration time p Something rubbed me the wrong way that may wikinomkcs may not be a fair criticism, so I’m simply going to stick it off to one side, and not really call it a negative, though I guess I’d like to.

I also found some technically inaccurate statements, such as the part about XML and tagging.