September 07, 2005
When to post a comment vs. a blog entry
I suggest to post important messages in new entries, not in comments because, as you may have noticed, entries unlike comments, have their own title, URL and associated categories. Those attributes make the navigation, referencing and combination of ideas expressed in them easier.
When you choose a title for your message, think about how you want us to be able to find it later. Finally, adding a category or two, helps facilitating the emergence of meaning from our conversation. You can select categories to add, on the text entry page.
If you have any question about all this, post it here as a comment. (Short questions are good condidates for being posted as comments, not an entry.)
• Coordinating our co-authoring on the fly
• intro to "Convening the Field of Collective Intelligence"
• Collective Intelligence/Wisdom and Emerging Crises
• Functions of Collective Intelligence - and Names for its Aspects
• Not a core group, then what? pollen?
• Asking tech questions on the use of this blog
• Uploading documents and pictures
• Convening the Field of Collective Intelligence
• What constitutes "important" for an entry (vs. a comment)
• When to post a comment vs. a blog entry
Conference Design Elements
Design/logistics of Real-Time Meetings
Growing a CI Movement
Intersection of Top-down and Bottom-up
Leaning into the Unknown
Synergy of Physical and Virtual
The Field of Collective Intelligence