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1AUTHOR: John
2TITLE: The call
3STATUS: Publish
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8DATE: 10/24/2001 10:15:53 AM
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12So this is the call.
13</p><p style="color:#0e0e0f;">
14Put down cellphone
15<br />Still puzzled
16</p>
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19<p>
20Traffic lights turn red
21<br />River is grey
22<br />Colorful, colorful leaves, afar
23</p><p>
24From the window
25<br />On the 33rd floor
26</p>
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31KEYWORDS:
32MacArthur Fellowship
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37AUTHOR: John
38TITLE: 初局
39STATUS: Publish
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43PRIMARY CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
44CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
45
46DATE: 11/15/2001 12:45:33 PM
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49<p>
50<a href="http://domain.org/images/_wp-content_photos_Goboard.jpg" onclick="window.open('http://domain.org/images/_wp-content_photos_Goboard.jpg','popup','width=450+20,height=238+20,scrollbars=no,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0');return false"><img src="http://domain.org/images/_wp-content_photos_Goboard-tm.jpg" height="200" width="378" alt=" Wp-Content Photos Goboard" /></a>
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54谭石引你<a href="http://www.google.com/maps?hl=en&lr=&q=go+club&near=New+York,+NY&cid=0,0,17162239089894781520&ie=UTF8&ll=40.756522,-73.96069&spn=0.017197,0.025921&om=1">入门。</a>
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59KEYWORDS:
60Tan Shi
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63
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65AUTHOR: John
66TITLE: 柏林巧遇
67STATUS: Publish
68ALLOW COMMENTS: 2
69CONVERT BREAKS:
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72DATE: 03/28/2002 11:05:50 AM
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75<p>
76“<span style="font-family:STHeiti;">还</span>没有到<span style="font-family:STHeiti;">临</span>界点<span style="font-family:STHeiti;">吗</span>?“
77</p><p>
78散步河<span style="font-family:STHeiti;">边</span>
79<br /><a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esther_Dyson" target="_blank">她</a>的<span style="font-family:STHeiti;">问题
80<br /></span>直接了当
81</p>
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89KEYWORDS:
90Esther Dyson, NED, Freeman Dyson, Berlin
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95AUTHOR: John
96TITLE: 出海,悬崖一跳
97STATUS: Publish
98ALLOW COMMENTS: 1
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104DATE: 04/04/2002 10:15:47 AM
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126TITLE: 欧洲最美的海滩 (1)
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134DATE: 04/04/2002 10:22:55 AM
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162DATE: 04/04/2002 10:38:46 AM
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175直上雪线
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183
184一跃临风
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190Turkey, feixing
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195AUTHOR: John
196TITLE: 幽蓝渐深
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204DATE: 04/05/2002 10:53:29 AM
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209<a href="http://domain.org/archives/P5050486.JPG"><img alt="P5050486.JPG" src="http://domain.org/archives/P5050486-thumb.JPG" width="300" height="225" /></a>
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214<a href="http://domain.org/archives/P5050489.JPG"><img alt="P5050489.JPG" src="http://domain.org/archives/P5050489-thumb.JPG" width="300" height="225" /></a>
215思绪渐远
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226AUTHOR: John
227TITLE: 不期而遇
228STATUS: Publish
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235DATE: 05/04/2002 12:09:56 PM
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237BODY:
238<p>
239Mark took you to the campus
240<br />In front of the liberary
241<br />Here <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orville_Schell" target="_blank">he</a> is.
242</p>
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251Orville Schell, MyTown
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256AUTHOR: John
257TITLE: 残局-晚霞-世界杯
258STATUS: Publish
259ALLOW COMMENTS: 2
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262PRIMARY CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
263CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
264
265DATE: 05/13/2002 08:55:13 PM
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268<p style="font-family:STHeiti;">
269升阳电脑上
270<br />连开三局
271</p>
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274<p>
275你的涌<span style="font-family:STHeiti;">现</span>
276<br />将会是什么?
277</p>
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280
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282KEYWORDS:
283SFI
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285
286
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288AUTHOR: John
289TITLE: 近与远
290STATUS: Publish
291ALLOW COMMENTS: 2
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294PRIMARY CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
295CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
296
297DATE: 06/24/2002 08:56:34 PM
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299BODY:
300<p>
301<a href="http://domain.org/STFdamo5.JPG" onclick="window.open('http://domain.org/STFdamo5.JPG','popup','width=2048,height=1536,scrollbars=no,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0');return false"><img src="http://domain.org/STFdamo5-tm.jpg" height="225" width="300" border="1" hspace="4" vspace="4" alt="Stfdamo5" /></a>
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306<a href="http://domain.org/images/STFdamo4.JPG" onclick="window.open('http://domain.org/images/STFdamo4.JPG','popup','width=2048+20,height=1536+20,scrollbars=no,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0');return false"><img src="http://domain.org/images/STFdamo4-tm.jpg" height="225" width="300" alt="Stfdamo4" /></a>
307</p><p>
308<a href="http://domain.org/images/STFdamo3.JPG" onclick="window.open('http://domain.org/images/STFdamo3.JPG','popup','width=2048+20,height=1536+20,scrollbars=no,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0');return false"><img src="http://domain.org/images/STFdamo3-tm.jpg" height="225" width="300" alt="Stfdamo3" /></a>
309</p><p>
310<a href="http://domain.org/images/STFdamo2.JPG" onclick="window.open('http://domain.org/images/STFdamo2.JPG','popup','width=2048+20,height=1536+20,scrollbars=no,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0');return false"><img src="http://domain.org/images/STFdamo2-tm.jpg" height="225" width="300" alt="Stfdamo2" /></a>
311</p><p>
312<a href="http://domain.org/images/STFdamo.JPG" onclick="window.open('http://domain.org/images/STFdamo.JPG','popup','width=2048+20,height=1536+20,scrollbars=no,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0');return false"><img src="http://domain.org/images/STFdamo-tm.jpg" height="225" width="300" alt="Stfdamo" /></a>
313</p><p>
314清<span style="font-family:STHeiti;">华-加州-纽约</span>
315<br /><span style="font-family:STHeiti;"><a href="http://www.lanl.gov/">大漠</a></span>同行
316</p>
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321KEYWORDS:
322Santa Fe, Atomic Bomb
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327AUTHOR: John
328TITLE: 落日-黎明
329STATUS: Publish
330ALLOW COMMENTS: 1
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333PRIMARY CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
334CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
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336DATE: 07/02/2002 02:59:45 PM
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338BODY:
339<br />最美的时分想起你
340<br />沉默的索菲
341<br /><a href="http://domain.org/archives/2002/04/post_206.html">爱琴海上的落日</a>
342<br />身下的幽蓝渐深
343<br />浩瀚的忧伤
344<br />不可测度
345<br />从童年起
346<br />就凝在你的眼底
347<br />和我的眼底
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350<br />
351<br />家,总在远方
352<br />梦,总在远方
353<br />你就是我的远方
354<br /><a href="http://domain.org/archives/2000/09/post_204.html">夜夜依偎在我的胸膛</a>
355<br />那微涩的芬芳
356<br />梦中之梦
357<br />心最柔软的地方
358<br />只有流浪的人
359<br />才能到达
360<br />
361<br />不愿梳齐的长发
362<br />风中旗帜般指示着方向
363<br />从此略过
364<br />那些没有眼泪的节日
365<br />没有酒和河流的城市
366<br />古往今来的书都是尘埃
367<br />只要能获得
368<br />关于你微笑的完整的知识
369<br />以及关于<a href="http://domain.org/archives/2005/11/post_96.html">未来的孩子</a>
370<br />以及
371<br />所有的孩子
372<br />
373<br />最静谧的时分想起你
374<br />裸足的索菲
375<br />最远的道路上走近你
376<br />从落日到黎明
377<br />手按在胸口
378<br />揉进你脚趾上闪光的<a href="http://domain.org/archives/2005/02/c_4.html">沙砾</a>
379<br />潮水漫过记忆的礁滩
380<br />有一些星星在扩展的宇宙间默默趋近
381<br />是结束也是开始
382<br />因为你
383<br />我原谅了整个世界
384
385<br /><br />
386
387<br />2002. 7.2 Turkey - MyTown - Santa Fe - New York
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398AUTHOR: John
399TITLE: 阿斯本的发言
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405DATE: 08/17/2002 12:12:50 PM
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408<p>
409Power and the Great Firewall
410</p><p>
411一言<span style="font-family:STHeiti;">暨出</span>
412<br /><a href="http://domain.org/archives/2003/08/" target="_blank">机</a><span style="font-family:STHeiti;"><a href="http://domain.org/archives/2003/08/" target="_blank">缘</a></span>已定
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422Aspen, Esther Dyson, turning point, MyTown
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427AUTHOR: John
428TITLE: 飞翔之歌 *(外一首)
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434CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
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436DATE: 08/25/2002 08:54:51 PM
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439在烟雾腾腾的会议室里
440我们高声争吵﹐怒斥对方
441然后分成几派﹐结成终身的仇敌
442深绿的河上
443相驶而过的轮船互相鸣笛致意
444婴儿在炮战的废墟间抽泣
445我们不会
446不会在人类的苦难面前转过身去
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449东方的寺庙﹐香烟缭绕
450一些熟悉的气味扰动<a href="http://chinadigitaltimes.net/audio/John_bbc_interview.mp3">流亡者</a>的心情
451喷气机窗外眺望
452远方的雪山安祥宁静
453股市的喧嚣化为城市混沌的韵律
454地下的古墓依然封存著未尽的棋局
455病毒与时装扩散如云海的图案
456从一块大陆漂移向另一块大陆
457留下父母们獃滞的眼神
458那疼痛刻骨铭心
459
460早晨的田野﹐傍晚的田野
461红头发金头发蓝头发花儿一样鲜艳
462冰川溶化﹐雨林消亡
463只有那沙漠里蒙面的女子才真正懂得悲伤
464那些须发披肩的人
465那些衣衫褴缕的人
466那些在海滩上将身体均匀地晒成深褐色的人
467谁能听得懂鲸鱼的歌唱
468赌场的屏幕上群马奔驰
469骑手的生命在蹄声中剥落
470像深秋的落叶﹐悉悉索索
471
472没有翅膀的飞翔
473没有终点的旅行
474从一片夜到另一片夜
475被讹传成不同名字的星辰
476电缆默默织遍海底
477希望的鸽群飞起﹐信仰在新月的弓弦上铮铮有声
478这一道光芒已经孕育得太久
479我们不会
480<a href="http://domain.org/archives/1992/12/post_135.html">不会在黎明之前放弃</a>
481我们不会
482不会在人类的苦难面前转过身去
483
484
4851993年6月初稿于维也纳多瑙河上 2002年6月完稿于美国新墨西哥州圣约翰学院
486
487
488无题
489
490若是你会走路
491你就会跳舞
492若是你会说话
493你就会歌唱
494
495让我们跳舞歌唱
496时光像浩瀚的海洋
497死亡是海岸的峭壁
498而生命是浪花
499在阳光里壮丽地开放
500
501
5022002.5 Tiaoman Island, Malaysia
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508hric, shi, flying, exile
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513AUTHOR: John
514TITLE: ExtraVertical
515STATUS: Publish
516ALLOW COMMENTS: 1
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519PRIMARY CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
520CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
521
522DATE: 10/01/2002 08:26:43 PM
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524BODY:
525<p>
526<a href="http://domain.org/images/rock2010401.jpg" onclick="window.open('http://domain.org/images/rock2010401.jpg','popup','width=1536+20,height=2048+20,scrollbars=no,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0');return false"><img src="http://domain.org/images/rock2010401-tm.jpg" height="266" width="200" alt="Rock2010401" /></a>
527</p><p>
528<a href="http://www.extravertical.com/centers_nyc.html">Here</a><span style="color:#000000;">
529</p>
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543AUTHOR: John
544TITLE: 地狱之后
545STATUS: Publish
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549
550DATE: 01/31/2003 04:52:33 PM
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553布鲁塞尔归来
554大写的R
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55759街的印度餐馆
558
559一切皆因
560皆果
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571AUTHOR: John
572TITLE: From the Empire State Building
573STATUS: Publish
574ALLOW COMMENTS: 1
575CONVERT BREAKS: 0
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577PRIMARY CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
578CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
579
580DATE: 02/04/2003 09:07:33 PM
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583<p>
584A smile
585<br />Softened a rock
586</p><p>
587Good night
588<br /><a href="http://web.archive.org/web/20030327085447/http://asmile.bizbeez.com/">Hangzhou
589</a></p>
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603AUTHOR: John
604TITLE: 力之精微
605STATUS: Publish
606ALLOW COMMENTS: 2
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614<a href="http://domain.org/images/_wikipedia_en_f_f4_Delicatearch.jpg" onclick="window.open('http://domain.org/images/_wikipedia_en_f_f4_Delicatearch.jpg','popup','width=1496+20,height=1134+20,scrollbars=no,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0');return false"><img src="http://domain.org/images/_wikipedia_en_f_f4_Delicatearch-tm.jpg" height="227" width="299" alt=" Wikipedia En F F4 Delicatearch" /></a>
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638DATE: 08/11/2003 08:49:47 PM
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642有些吃力的Volvo<br />
643顺利到达.
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648心底残存的哽咽
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669DATE: 11/26/2003 05:26:40 PM
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672B1无窗的四壁,灯光晦暗。门外正在上商业报道课。明天是感恩节。许多技术问题仍然没有解,不过,是再上路的时候了。
673
674昨天的归图,是连通,是醒悟,也是回到<a href="http://domain.org/archives/1986/05/">早已开始</a>的开始。那更深的结构真的存在吗?还是“一切都是表象?”真的一切都是表象吗?
675
676“<a href="http://domain.org/archives/1985/05/post_103.html">为什么我们又需要回答?</a>”
677
678超越“素朴”。简简得繁,悟繁至简,你不再沉默不语。
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699CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
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701DATE: 11/26/2003 05:27:08 PM
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704在Cafe Milano,意大利苏打,绿色的薄荷冰。
705
706鱼电邮来她的极短篇&#8220;故事&#8221;,开罗的咖啡馆,抽水烟袋的记忆。女作家是<a href="http://pigeon.cch.kcl.ac.uk/mpt/Tr.Lat1.html">Velta</a>,六年以后,你在伦敦向她问的那个问题,如今<a href="http://domain.org/archives/2002/07/post_123.html">有了答案</a>。
707
708"So, Cairo."  一九九三年二月,<a href="http://homepage.powerup.com.au/~ancient/luxor.htm">Luxor</a>。尼罗河两岸白色的水鸟起落,农田里有神秘的残恒。
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711〈故事〉
712
713王渝
714
715在开罗的一家咖啡馆里,英国女作家给我们讲了个故事:&#8220;我的丈夫在动物园看到鹦鹉,十分兴奋,对着它学鸟叫。丈夫叫了半天,鸟却不为所动,只以一双哲人的眼睛久久地瞄着他。丈夫讨了个无趣,正想离去时,那鹦鹉突然悠悠地用英语说了声&#8216;再见&#8217;。&#8221;
716
717        这家咖啡馆就是这位英国女作家坚持要来的。她说以前埃及的大作家马弗兹光顾这里,既然我们要上咖啡馆,那就非此家莫属了。我们一进来刚坐下,一个埃及小男孩便在我们的小园桌子上放了一包花生米。英国女作家立即结结巴巴地用才学来的阿拉伯话向他致谢。而那个小男孩则用字正腔圆地英语告诉她,花生特别好吃。
718
719        于是英女作家说了上面那个故事。
720
721                        写于纽约,2003年</em>
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733TITLE: 鲸鱼没有出现
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741DATE: 11/30/2003 06:02:21 PM
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744从东到西,你们终于到达了。牛群在山坡上安详地游弋。虽然等了许久,鲸鱼没有出现。
745
746雨,且有些暖。蓝色的水中默默颂咏新的符语。
747“那<a href="http://www.boxun.com/freethinking/freetxt/minyun/my001.txt">过去的</a>并不仅仅是<a href="http://domain.org/archives/2002/08/post_102.html">过去</a>.&#8221;(《不要忘记》1984)
748
749回到Milano,随意扫瞄一眼,左边是《心理结构基础》,右边是《寂静的春天》,音乐响起,意外地听到了La Bamba:
750
751&#8221;Para bailar la bamba
752Para bailar la bamba
753Se necesita
754Una poca de gracia
755Una poca de gracia
756Y otra cosita......&#8220;
757......
758
759(使什么使你微笑?
760是刚刚数位空间的沉浸交流,还是突然奏响的印度歌曲?)
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777TITLE: Trust and Credibility
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788<a href="http://www.sims.MyTown.edu/~vanhouse/">Nancy A. Van House</a> 教授的研究领域有两个:数位图书馆和网络信息环境的信任问题 (the practices of trust in networked environmental information.)  她同时在做关于&#8220;Weblogs as Knowledge Communities&#8221;的研究。她是这样定义问题的: The Internet gives people access to information from unfamiliar sources, from outside their own knowledge community, and in unfamiliar genres. Information is cut loose from the traditional practices and institutions by which it is warranted, and the context that helps users understand and evaluate it. This creates problems, not only for information users, but for producers, who fear having their work misunderstood or used inappropriately. &#8221;
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791One of her current projects is studying trust and credibility in networked information to blogs.   Mary  Hodder who is a creator of the Biplog blog is working with her.   
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793Dr. Van Hous' concern is "not with the popular personal journal-type blogs, but with what are called topical blogs, which address  one or a related group of topics." For topical blogs, " a typical entry might consist of a paragraph  or so comment on a recent development, with links to other reports and commentaries, to related events, and other web pages that the author finds relevant. The result is a network of mutually-referencing blogs which function as an on-going online. Participants are generally a core group of mutually-referencing bloggers and larger group of more or less regular readers who don&#8217;t themselves blog. "
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795Here is more of how she thinks on this issue:  "This is an opportune time to study blogging and its implications for both understanding and performing knowledge work. Despite its high profile, to date surprisingly little serious research about blogging has been published.  What exists is mostly about the process of blogging. My interest is not in blogging but in knowledge work, for which blogging is one tool.
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797Bloggers claim that blogging is typefied by democracy, meritocracy, and          personal voice. These (no doubt idealized) goals raise questions about          how participants judge quality and competence. Blogging gives us a place          to watch how participants cope with the decontextualized world of the          internet, and how they evolving practices of knowledge creation and determination of competence and credibility. I am not interested in blogging itself but with how blogging reveals and transforms how knowledge communities do knowledge work, especially in relation to issues of authority and credibility. "
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817DATE: 12/07/2003 10:47:27 AM
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820This is an open question.  Do we really want to use the J word at all? But let me just put some of these words out here.  They certainly cover different pattern of activities.
821
822<strong><a href="http://www.ojr.org/ojr/workplace/1060217106.php">Paticipatory Journalism</a> </strong> (参与新闻学)
823<strong>Open-Souce Journalism</strong> (开源新闻学)
824<strong>P2P Journalism </strong> (P2P 新闻学)
825<strong>Interactive Journalism</strong> (互动新闻学)
826<strong>Citizen Journalism</strong> (公民新闻学)
827<strong>Personal Media</strong> (自媒体)
828<strong>Grassroots Reporting</strong>  (草根报导)
829What else?
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844TITLE: Reinventing Democracy?
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849PRIMARY CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
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851CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
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853DATE: 12/08/2003 02:13:04 PM
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856This is <a href="http://www.siliconyogi.com/andreas/2003/doc/2003-1454.htm">Pierre Levy's</a> writing in the prologue of his book "Collective Intelligence":   
857"The fusion of telecommunications, informatics, the news media, publishing, television, film, and electronic gaming within a unified industry"  is not the only aspect, nor perhaps the most important. 
858
859What is the most important then? Here is his thinking along this question:
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862"We are moving from one humanity to another, a humanity that not only remains obscure and indeterminate, but that we refuse to interrogate, that we are still unwilling to acknowledge."
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864"Hominization, the process of the emergence of the human species, is not over.  In fact it seems to be sharply accelerating."
865
866"Bureaucratic hierarchies (based on static forms of writing), media monarchies (surfing the television and media systems), and international economic networks only partially mobilize and coordinate the intelligence, experience, skills, wisdom, and imagination of humanity.  For this reason the development of new ways of thinking and negotiating engendered by the growth of genuine forms of <em>collective intelligence</em> becomes particularly urgent.  Intellectual technologies are not just another branch of contemporary anthropological change, they are a potential critical zone, its political nexus.  There is no reason to belabor this point, however, for we can't reinvent the instruments of communication and collective thought without reinventing democracy, a distributed, active, molecular democracy.  "
867(Italics are originally in Levy's book. )
868
869Let's pause for a second.  "Reinventing democracy", what does exactly Professor Levy  mean here?
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889DATE: 12/09/2003 11:01:18 AM
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892十九岁的锋芒。<a href="http://www.psc-a.org/cgi-bin/sgfViewer.cgi?f=/%C6%E5%C6%D7%CA%D5%BC%AF/%B8%F6%C8%CB%D7%A8%BC%AD/%CE%E2%C7%E5%D4%B4/%CE%E2%C7%E5%D4%B4%C8%AB%BC%AF/1932-1933/wqy196_19331016.sgf">开题</a>已经说出了一切,<a href="http://www.psc-a.org/sgf/story/wqy/wqy15.htm">结局</a>有那么重要吗?
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918中文翻译这样处理好些
919<strong><a href="http://www.ojr.org/ojr/workplace/1060217106.php">Paticipatory Journalism</a> </strong> &#8220;参与新闻&#8221;
920<strong>Open-Souce Journalism</strong> &#8220;开源新闻&#8221;
921<strong>P2P Journalism </strong> &#8220;P2P 新闻&#8221;
922<strong>Interactive Journalism</strong> &#8220;互动新闻&#8221;
923<strong>Citizen Journalism</strong> &#8220;公民新闻&#8221;
924<strong>Personal Media</strong> 自媒体
925<strong>Grassroots Reporting</strong>  草根报导
926但是问题照旧,这些名词后面的内涵呢?
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946PRIMARY CATEGORY: Emergence 涌现
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949DATE: 12/09/2003 12:45:25 PM
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952记得<a href="http://www.santafe.edu/sfi/People/kauffman/">Stuart</a> 的问题是这样的:&#8220;如果选择过程一直在发生,那么我们怎样建立一个理论,能够同时包含自组织和选择过程?&#8221;据EDGE说,<a href="http://www.edge.org/3rd_culture/bios/goodwin.html">Brian Goodwin</a>曾经提出过自然选择结合结构主义的想法,两者间有关系吗?
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975DATE: 12/10/2003 10:23:10 AM
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978Rebecca Blood wrote in her "The Weblog Handbook" , page 19: "<em>weblogs and journalisms are simply different things. What weblogs do is impossible for traditional journalism to reproduce, and what journalism does is impractical to do with a weblog." </em>
979
980"<em>To my mind, news reporting consists of interviewing eyewitnesses and experts, checking facts, writing a original representation of the subject, and editorial review: the reporter researches and writes a story, and his editor ensures that it meets her requirements.  Each step is designed to produce a consistant product that is informed by the news agency's standards.  Weblogs do none of these things.  </em>"
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983ennn... "<em>bloggers have no gatekeepers.</em> "but you can have one. <em>" they are generally produced in the maintainer's spare time. "</em> this does not have to be the case. <em>"Weblogs can perform a valuable function as critical disseminators of pertinent information. ....<span style="text-decoration: underline;">Webloggers come from all backgrounds and often provide their readers with highly informed explanations and analysis of news stories that are related to their fields of expertise.</span> </em> " True.  And?
984
985What about collaborative sites?  Are Slashdot, Kuro5hin and MetaFilter examples of peer-to-peer journalism?  These sites,<em>" at their best, discussions on these sites vastly clarify the linked articles by offering pointers to additional online material and expert information and analysis by qualified members."  </em>
986
987According to Rebecca:  "<em>these sites are fascinating examples of information sharing, analysis, and dissemination, and I believe that they may represent a genuinely new way for news to be collected, analyzed, and distributed.  It is important to note, however, that the collaborative community structure of these sites is the key to this phenomenon; the weblog format has nothing to do with it.  "</em>  Are you sure of this?  The structure of these sites, including rules certainly has <span style="text-decoration: underline;">something</span> to do with the dynamics of the community, has it not?
988
989"<em>The weblogs strength is fundamentally tied to its position outside of mainstream media: observing, commenting, and honestly reacting to both current events and the media coverage they generate."  </em> Why so? <em>" Weblogs can function as superb digests of online material. "</em>  Agreed.  No more questions :-)
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1006PRIMARY CATEGORY: Connected Age  网络时代
1007CATEGORY: Connected Age  网络时代
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1009DATE: 12/11/2003 07:15:29 AM
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1012"This Dean campaign is modeled by the Internet."   You did not realize what this mean until you went to <a href="http://www.deanforamerica.com/">his homepage</a>.   Just blog the link here and will come back to this later.
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1032PRIMARY CATEGORY: Connected Age  网络时代
1033CATEGORY: Connected Age  网络时代
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1035DATE: 12/11/2003 08:10:45 AM
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1038It's all started from the article, <a href="http://www.deanforamerica.com/site/News2?page=NewsArticle&#38;id=10891&#38;security=1&#38;news_iv_ctrl=1001">Dean Connection</a> on NYT Sunday Magazine last weekend, when you saw <a href="http://www.smartmobs.com/index.html">Howard Rheingold</a>'s name on it.  This leads me to the <a href="http://www.deanspace.org/">DeanSpace</a>.  It stated its goal as following:
1039
1040<em>"Howard Dean's online grassroots campaigners are more savvy, nimble and numerous than those of any other candidate - our wired ranks now number in the hundreds of thousands and continue to grow. We want to keep that growth accelerating and allow the energy generated online to erupt into real-world campaigning.
1041
1042We don't think it's too brazen to say we are experimenting with the future of the democratic process. So far Howard Dean's grassroots campaign has exhibited decentralized participation working on a true "town hall" model, yet also operating in a nationally connected and coordinated fashion. We are having surprising and extraordinary results.
1043
1044But we can still do better.</em> "
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1047Now, this is eActivism.  <a href="http://www.blogforamerica.com/">Blogging</a> is an integral part of it.  You also noticed Joe Trippi's <a href="http://dean2004.blogspot.com/2003_05_11_dean2004_archive.html">Perfect Storm</a>.
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1064PRIMARY CATEGORY: Paticipatory Media 参与媒体
1065CATEGORY: Digital Galaxy 数位星系
1066CATEGORY: Emergence 涌现
1067CATEGORY: Paticipatory Media 参与媒体
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1069DATE: 12/11/2003 10:36:54 AM
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1072How about Weblog Journalism? OK, some will say this is oxymoron.  (like, <a href="http://iso.hrichina.org/iso/">Human Rights in China</a> ;-))  Others may say, what do you know about the J word?
1073They both got their points.  So it's a NO.
1074
1075What if you do not take this "No" as the answer?  What's the next step?  Where to start, really?  Not from the B word either, since you just started blogging two weeks ago.
1076
1077Back to <strong>physics</strong>.  Why not to start from <a href="http://www.shirky.com/writings/powerlaw_weblog.html">the Power Law</a>?  Even back to Notre Dame, since all things are  "inevitably" <a href="http://www.nd.edu/~networks/linked/">Linked</a>.
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1092TITLE: From Clay Shirky
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1100DATE: 12/11/2003 12:01:20 PM
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1103"<em>What matters is this: Diversity plus freedom of choice creates inequality, and the greater the diversity, the more extreme the inequality.</em> "
1104
1105"<em>At the head will be webloggers who join the mainstream media (a phrase which seems to mean "media we've gotten used to.") The transformation here is simple - as a blogger's audience grows large, more people read her work than she can possibly read, she can't link to everyone who wants her attention, and she can't answer all her incoming mail or follow up to the comments on her site.  The result of these pressures is that she becomes a broadcast outlet, distributing material without participating in conversations about it. </em>
1106
1107Well, does it have to broadcast?  What is <a href="http://slashdot.org">Slashdot </a>then?
1108
1109<em>Meanwhile, the long tail of weblogs with few readers will become conversational</em> "
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1135楼下Shirky不是针对社区网志讲的,而<a href="http://domain.org/archives/week_2003_12_07.php#000021">Rebecca</a>的那段话也是一样。社区网志就可能保持会话风格,有人&#8220;把关&#8221;,用技术甚至有时间和人力资源这样做。当然,他们更没有考虑混血儿如<a href="http://www.ohmynews.com/">Ohmynews</a>。
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1161这是几个月前的旧文章了。不过<a href="http://www.cjr.org/issues/2003/5/blog-welch.asp">Matt Welch</a>的一些观察还是没有过时。比如他对博客贡献的四种分类。因此博过来再读一遍。
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1176TITLE: Reading notes: "we've got blog" p163-182
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1184DATE: 12/13/2003 08:38:13 AM
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1187J. D. Lasica talking to Dan Gillmor, Doc Searls, David Winer, Deborah Branscum, Paul Andrews and Glenn Fleishman
1188weblogs offer a vital, creative outlet for alternative voices.
1189weblogs: a new source of news.
1190
1191weblogging - amateur journalism?
1192not everyone who keeps a journal is a journlaist
1193institutional media - gatekeepers
1194journalism: quality control, objectivity, credibility, etc...
1195
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1199<strong>Blogging: addictive, creative  and fun.</strong>
1200 
12011, Personality: part of a blod's allure is its unmediated quality.  ANTI-EDITING.
1202"repersonalizing journalism?"  or weblogs are "personal journalism"?
1203
12042, Instantaneity  ANTI-EDITING.
1205
12063, Interactivity
1207     (blogging) lets people share opinions in a less judgmental way than when you interact with people in the real world.
1208     weblogs have a self-informing and self correcting system built into it.
1209    writing as part of a conversation.  conversations don't have audiences. (markets are a conversation, everything was negotiated.)
1210
12114, new structure and format
1212One  overriding appeal: here's a media form that let's you write at any length about any issue you care deeply about.
1213What about if the tools become more sophisticated, will it be a <em>new kind of journalism</em>?
1214multi-media, moblogging, stream audio, video etc...
1215 
12165, Lack of marketing constraints. (Only for people who wants to read, maybe only for yourself.) 
1217and no income!
1218
1219(but here one can think of the Power Law. )
1220
1221Collective Blogging  vs Journalism
1222
12231, collective filtering
12242, multiple perspectives.
12253, information sharing, exchanging  and disseminating
1226what's interesting here is: <strong>not the publication of a first-person journal but the chain of interaction it often ignites</strong>.
12273, experts knowledge:
1228indespensable source of niche expertise.  The weblog community is basically a whole bunch of expert witnesses who increase their expertise constantly through a sort of reputation engine.
12294. <strong>reputation engine </strong>
1230no less quality and integrity in being a amateur journalist. there there is more integrity because blogger's writing does not depend on a paycheck.
12315, unique architecture (such as slashdot)
1232
1233<span style="text-decoration: underline;">the Web gives voices to a lot of alternative points of view.  <strong>Journlist is to ensure that the voice of the people should be exposed. </strong>
1234</span>
1235
1236'soft journalism": the any-to-any system of talking and sharing rather than the traditional "hard journalism" model of writing that is distributed to the masses.  (Doc Searls. ) 
1237
1238a weblog can be an authoritative source of information based on community endorsement.
1239
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1252TITLE: The Battle for the Commons
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1257PRIMARY CATEGORY: Emergence 涌现
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1260DATE: 12/13/2003 08:38:48 AM
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1263Howard Reingold:
1264<em>A commons (C)  is a shared resource that anyone can use.  ... The question for the coming decade is whether these domains will retain a strong commons. 
1265Commons foster innovation. Consider the Internet: at its core, its a public good.
1266The literature of science is also a commons. </em>
1267
1268<em>Today, the advent of technologies that enable global, mobil, many-to-many, multimedia communication and computation among billions of people -- together with new understanding about collective action -- have brought us to the threshold of a new "cornucopia of the commons," similar to the wealth and knowledge that became available in the wake of the printing press.  </em>
1269
1270(?)  I cannot exactly formulate my question on this, yet.  But "new understanding" sounds little bit unclear to me.
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1273<em>Understanding Cooperation: how to structure commons, how to protect them, and how to use them for enhancing our collective human intelligence.  </em>
1274
1275<em>In the case of Dean, the new medium is really smart mobs applied to electoral politics. </em>
1276
1277<em>Our present level of knowledge about the role of cooperation and collective action in human enterprise is scarcely higher than knowledge about disease before the discovery of microorganisms.  </em>
1278
1279<em>Before we can approach the solutions of problems of conflict, cooperation, and governance of an interconnected global world - the "medicine"  for social ills, if you will - we need new fundamental knowledge.  We need the equivalent of a "biology" of collective action.  And for this interdisciplinary understanding to emerge, a new way of thinking across disciplinary boundaries is required.  </em>
1280
1281 
1282<em>The technology of collective action provides the infrastructure for its own future evolution.  Whether or not the deep understanding of cooperation can be catalyzed to knit together the separate strands of inquiry remains, however, a critical uncertainty.  Success likely leads to a scenario of peer-to-peer abundance.  failure - which emphasizes control over cooperation - likely leads to political stalemate and stagnant technology. </em>
1283
1284What is he really talking about? This is where getting more interesting.  (1) open source software development, (2) Blogging.
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1301PRIMARY CATEGORY: Paticipatory Media 参与媒体
1302CATEGORY: Digital Galaxy 数位星系
1303CATEGORY: Emergence 涌现
1304CATEGORY: Paticipatory Media 参与媒体
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1306DATE: 12/13/2003 08:41:13 AM
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1309Rheingold on blogging:
1310<span style="text-decoration: underline;"><em>Blogging grows collective intelligence. </em></span>
1311
1312<em>Every blog is, in a sense, a group map of a particular segment of human experience. </em>
1313
1314<em>Consider the size of the "blogosphere": expected exceed 10 million by the end of 2004. </em> (This is 2002's writing. the real number you already had in the class.  What was it again?  )
1315
1316<em>While individual blogs may come and go, blogging is likely to become a staple format for online publishing, providing an ever evolving map of human knowledge - from bottom up. </em>
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1319More about cooperation examples:
1320(3) Socialware,
1321      Meetup, moveon, Socializer, Tribe, Ryze, Friendster.
1322(4) Webcrawling. 
1323      Technorati, Google. 
1324(5) The Vocabulary of Friends
1325FOAF (Whatever this is, put it aside for a moment.  Theater time on Friday. The 2nd part of the <em>Continental Divide</em>).
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1342PRIMARY CATEGORY: Star B 波茜
1343CATEGORY: Star B 波茜
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1345DATE: 12/15/2003 11:39:18 AM
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1348昨天是Ocean Beach,太平洋滚滚无尽的波涛。
1349(&#8220;<em>我们都是<a href="http://domain.org/archives/1986/11/ts_again.html">在长长的沙滩上行走</a>,留下的没有脚印,只有歌声</em>。&#8221;---<a href="http://leb.net/gibran/">纪伯伦</a>)
1350
1351今天是<a href="http://www.elmwoodshop.com/pages/stores/romacafe.html">Cafe Roma,</a> 和<a href="http://www.johngage.com/">John Gage</a>谈开源软件,微软和中国。摄影师在为他拍特写,因为这里也是John的工作室。
1352
1353摄影师:&#8220;John, 微笑,像银行家想到钱一样微笑。&#8221;
1354X:&#8220;你想到了什么?&#8221;
1355J:&#8220;用了开源软件,(中国)人的创造力将在网络上充分发挥出来。&#8221;
1356(John 的公司是升阳,当然。)
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1379DATE: 12/17/2003 03:00:58 PM
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1382博客引出的公共领域和隐私领域的重新划界问题,在中国已经成为讨论的话题。<a href="http://www.blogchina.com/new/display/18965.html">这一篇</a>就是。
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1403CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
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1408贺卡引起的记忆:你们只是九三年六月见过一面,计程表狂转的的士,青年旅社,查尔斯桥,卡夫卡旧居,还有黑光剧院。你还没有见过,冬夜飞雪的布拉格。
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1425TITLE: 开源的市场机制
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1436《区域的优势》是SIMS <a href="http://www.sims.MyTown.edu/~anno/">Analee Saxenian</a> 教授写的一本和亚洲高科技经济发展有关的书。她对硅谷,那里中国和印度移民技术人才的贡献都有相当的了解,同时也参与了<a href="http://www.iftf.org/">未来研究所</a>。另一位 <a href="http://globetrotter.MyTown.edu/faculty/Zysman.html">John Zysman</a> 教授的领域是国际经济学。两位都是政治学背景出身的,一定和午餐由<a href="http://www.polisci.MyTown.edu/Faculty/bio/permanent/Pempel,T/">T.J </a>做东有关。主宾是<a href="http://www.cass.net.cn/webnew/index.asp">社科院</a>的 J 教授。
1437
1438JZ关于政府决定使用开源软件的疑问是:开源运动在服务器领域的成功,一个重要之处是用户和参与者都是同样一群人。而开源软件在应用市场,就失去了这样的机制和动力基础。没有这一点,无论政府怎样行政决定,投资支持,只要用户仅仅是选择最便宜和最实用的软件,这时的市场机制会在开源这一边吗?
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1458PRIMARY CATEGORY: Connected Age  网络时代
1459CATEGORY: Connected Age  网络时代
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1464????The Matrix?<a href="http://www.themeatrix.com/">??????</a>????
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1484PRIMARY CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
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1486CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
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1488DATE: 12/19/2003 08:56:32 AM
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1491经济学家<a href="http://www.china-review.com/fwsq/wdd.asp">汪丁丁</a>在博客中国上发出新书<a href="http://www.blogchina.com/new/display/19309.html">《在市场里交谈》的前言</a>,一些观察很准。
1492
1493比如:&#8220;<em>网络社会,与真实(即每一个人都有明确身份的)社会一样,必须解决&#8220;自由&#8221;与&#8220;秩序&#8221;的关系问题,才可能获得广阔的发展。而网络社会成员的身份缺失,无疑加剧了自由与秩序的冲突。所以,研究网络社会的发展,特别具有指导我们在真实社会里解决自由与秩序的冲突的意义</em>。&#8221;
1494
1495其实,博客有可能是解决这一&#8220;身份&#8221;问题,使得网络社会(CAS)有可能形成的一个关键。博客可能是稳定的(信任,信用)节点,而且似乎有聚合、标识、多元、流动和相互作用非线性等特点,那么这里的内在机制究竟是什么呢?建造基砖又怎样得来?(还没有考虑这里系统是开放的,与环境是共演的。)更复杂的系统能否?怎样?涌现出来?说到这里,是不是要先回到 <a href="http://joi.ito.com/archives/2003/02/22/ivans_adventures_in_weblog_space.html">Joi Ito</a> 和 <a href="http://www.wkonline.com/a/Hidden_Order_How_Adaptation_Builds_Complexity_0201442302.htm">John Holland</a> 呢?
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1498汪教授还说到:&#8220;<em>在市场里交谈,如果能够营造比较满意的&#8220;均衡&#8221;,那么与茶馆里的交谈相比,有一项意味深远的后果,是私人场合的交谈营造不出来的。那就是:交谈者之外的所谓&#8220;不在场&#8221;者的参与。
1499
1500既然是&#8220;不在场&#8221;者,就是说,他们的在场,是在场者无法注意到的。由于网上身份的不确定甚至完全消失,任何发言者,在米德(George Herbert Mead)、布鲁默(Herbert Blumer)和高夫曼(Erving Goffman)所论的意义上,都肯定知道自己是在&#8220;表演&#8221;。面对着我们完全不知道的观众&#8212;&#8212;可以是座无虚席也可以是空无一人的剧场,我们的&#8220;帖子&#8221;,对于我们自己和观众而言,是表演,是主格的&#8220;我&#8221;和受格的&#8220;我&#8221;之间的对话,是作为&#8220;行为者&#8221;的我和作为&#8220;评价者&#8221;的我之间的对话。这样,我们的个性居然能够通过网上聊天而获得升华!</em> &#8221;
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1523""Chinameme " was the name you originally thought of for the CDN weblog, but soon realized it is too much a copy of <a href="http://research.yale.edu/lawmeme/">Lawmeme</a>.   In the class <a href="http://domain.edu/projects/chinadn/en/chinadnbios.html">Keasha</a> suggested another name "China Digital Fire," she also tried to catch the character that digital information can spread rapidly as wildfire in cyberspace.  This <a href="http://windsofchange.net/archives/004407.html">Regional Briefings on China</a> from <a href="http://windsofchange.net/archives/004407.html">Winds of Change</a> is yet another illustration of how information travels and is filtered and reorganized among bloggers.   The weblog trackback function enables and facilitates this process.  But there is certainly more to it than just information dissemination.  Comments, analysis, additional information and expert knowledge are often being added during this process. If new insights, information, and understanding emerge from this process, can we call it  "weblog journalism?"
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1547接着&#8220;从汪丁丁的观察想起&#8221;想下去,<a href="http://research.yale.edu/lawmeme/modules.php?name=News&#38;file=article&#38;sid=789">这里</a>算是个旁注。类比可以是肤浅的也是危险的,但是由此得来<a href="http://lcs.www.media.mit.edu/courses/mas712/slweb/">Starlogo</a>的<a href="http://www.cs.ucc.ie/~dgb/courses/ai/notes/myants.slogo">人工蚁群模拟编码</a>,有意思!
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1570DATE: 12/26/2003 09:21:29 PM
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1573A blogger named Jake recorded the webcast of <a href="http://jake.userland.com/2003/12/04.html#a879">the weekly blogger meeting </a>at Berkman on December 4.  At <a href="http://archive.scripting.com/2003/11/26">the dinner meeting with Dave Winer</a> last month,  you asked him about these meetings and half joked to him that organizing these meetings is like "spreading a religion."  <a href="http://dave.editthispage.com/myNameIsDaveWiner">Dave</a> nodded.  He <a href="http://archive.scripting.com/2003/11/30">linked</a> to Mu Zimei.  And you are listening to his "preaching" now.
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1588TITLE: From Tragedy of the Commons to Information Cascade
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1596DATE: 12/30/2003 09:57:18 AM
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1599According to the <em>tragedy of the commons</em>, we can NOT be trusted to do even those things that are obviously in our collective best interests, such as taxation.  The utopian balance of public and private interests in this situation is<strong> inherently unstable</strong>.  This dilemma "expresses the inescapable conundrum of individuals who have their own interests at heart and who can control only their own decisions, but who have to live with the consequences of everyone else's decisions as well." ("Six Degrees" by Duncan J. Watts, 2003, p 204 - 219)
1600
1601But not every dilemma has to end in tears.  So Duncan's question is "what are the origins and preconditions of cooperation?"
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1604This leads to the problem of <em>information cascade</em>.  During such an event, individuals in a population essentially stop behaving like individuals and start to act more like a coherent mass. It can happen slowly or rapidly.  However, what's in common for all information cascades is that once one commences, it becomes self-perpetuating; that is, it picks up new adherents largely on the strength of having attracted previous ones.  Hence an initial shock can propagate throughout a very large system, even when the shock itself is small.
1605
1606And here is its <span style="text-decoration: underline;">connection to news</span>: " because they (information cascades) are often of a spectacular or consequential nature, cascades of one sort or another tend to make newsworthy events."
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1623PRIMARY CATEGORY: Emergence 涌现
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1626DATE: 12/30/2003 10:23:34 AM
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1629继续读邓肯的《<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0393041425/104-5145864-6404735?v=glance">六度</a>》。去年在桑塔费,<a href="http://www-personal.umich.edu/~mejn/">马克</a>介绍的是《<a href="http://www.nd.edu/~networks/linked/">链接</a>》。现在接着上次(<a href="http://domain.org/archives/week_2003_12_07.php#000027">十二月十一号</a>)的思路,似乎重要的不是Power Law,而是网路的阈值模型,因为博客网路的高联接度,更接近本质地说明信息在其中发生、传播和增殖的过程。
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1652DATE: 12/30/2003 11:08:02 AM
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1655<a href="http://kunstkritikk.no/kk/members/profile_view_ind.php?id=25">Jill Walker</a> in Norway wrote <a href="http://huminf.uib.no/~jill/archives/blog_theorising/final_version_of_weblog_definition.html">this definition</a> on her blog. 
1656
1657"<em>Weblogs are serial and cumulative, and readers tend to read small amounts at a time, returning hours, days, or weeks later to read entries written since their last visit. This serial or episodic structure is similar to that found in <a href="http://www.lcc.gatech.edu/gallery/rhetoric/terms/epistolary.html">epistolary novels</a> or diaries, but unlike these a weblog is open-ended, finishing only when the writer tires of writing (see narrative structure).</em> "
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1680《复杂》节选 :&#8220;他记得这项研究始于1952年春季,当时他正在听麻省理工学院心理学家利克莱德(J.C.R.Licklider)的演讲。利克莱德前来访问普夫吉普斯实验室,同意就当时该领域最热门的话题,蒙特利尔麦克吉尔大学的神经生理学家唐纳德·希伯(Donald O.Hebb)关于学习和记忆的新理论,做这个演讲。&#8221;
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1683&#8221;利克莱德解释说,问题是,在显微镜下,大脑的大部分都呈现出一片混沌,每一个细胞都随意发出数千条纤维,与数千计其他神经细胞随意相连。然而,这些稠密相连的网络又显然不是随意组成的。一个健康的大脑能够前后连贯地形成感觉、思想和行动。更重要的是,大脑显然不是静止不变的。它可以通过吸取经验来改善和调整自己的行为。它可以学习。但问题是,它是怎样学习的?
1684
1685在三年前的1949年,希伯在他出版的《行为组织》(The Organization of Behavior)一书中作出了他的回答。他的基本思想是,假设大脑经常在&#8220;突触&#8221;上做些微妙的变化。突触是神经冲动从这个细胞跳到那个细胞的连接点。这个假设对希伯来说是非常大胆的,因为当时他对此还没有任何证据。但希伯为这一假设阐述说,这些突触上的变化正是所有学习和记忆的基础。比如说,通过眼睛视觉的感官冲动会通过加强沿途所有突触的方式在它的神经网络上留下痕迹。差不多的情形同样会发生在由耳进入的听觉神经系统、或大脑内其它脑际活动。结果是,随意启动的网络会迅速将自己组织起来。通过某种正反馈,经验被积累了起来:强健的、经常被使用的突触会变得更强健,而弱小、不经常使用的突触会萎缩。被经常使用的突触最后强健到一定程度以后,记忆就被锁定了。这些记忆反过来又会布满整个大脑,每一个突触都与一个复杂的突触形态相对应,这些突触形态包含了成千上万个神经元。(希伯是最先描述这种分布记忆的人之一,这种描述后来被称为&#8220;关联论&#8221;(connectionist)。)
1686但希伯的思想还不止这些。利克莱德在演讲中还解释了希伯的第二个假设:有选择的突触强化会导致大脑自组成&#8220;细胞集合&#8221;&#8212;&#8212;几千个神经元的子结合,其中循环神经冲动会自我强化,继续循环。希伯认为这些细胞集合就是大脑基本的信息建设砖块。每一个细胞集合都与一种声调、一束光线或某种思想的一闪念相对应。但这种细胞集合在生理上并没有特别之处。确实,它们相互重叠,任何一个神经元同属于好几个细胞集合。而且因为如此,一个细胞集合的行动势必带动其他细胞集合的动作,这样,这些基本的建设砖块就会迅速自组成为更大规模的概念和更复杂的行为。总之,细胞集合就是思想的基本量子。
1687
1688<a href="http://www.lsa.umich.edu/psych/people/directory/profiles/faculty/?uniquename=jholland">荷兰德</a>坐在听众席上听得呆若木鸡。 &#8220;
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1711<a href="http://www.eliterature.org/">Electronic Literature Organization</a> has been there for a while.  You just heard <a href="http://www.providencephoenix.com/archive/books/99/04/01/COOVER.html">this project</a> from tonight's dinner.   
1712
1713......a new, reader-influenced way of story-reading......Often thought of as a mere resource for fact-finding, the Web is fast becoming a place where cutting-edge authors and poets can create literature using hypertext as a whole new set of tools -- with a whole new set of problems.
1714
1715According to <a href="http://www.brown.edu/Departments/English/Writing/coover.htm">Robert Coover</a>,  "......hypertext, in its most simple way, is a multi-linear set of images or texts navigated by links. And it's the link that's the key to hypertext. A link is also that very peculiar element of the computer itself. "
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1741在东五十七街的星巴克,为什么记起十年前雪中的修道院?
1742因为那句话吗?
1743<a href="http://domain.org/images/26660_wallpaper280.jpg" onclick="window.open('http://domain.org/images/26660_wallpaper280.jpg','popup','width=280,height=210,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0');return false"><img src="http://domain.org/images/26660_wallpaper280-tm.jpg" height="225" width="300" align="" border="0" hspace="0" vspace="0" alt="Roussanou Monastery" title="" longdesc="" /></a>
1744&#8220;那谦卑的有福了。&#8221;
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1765CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
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1767DATE: 01/06/2004 02:29:34 PM
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1770You cannot say you like the sound of this word but curious about what it means.  From another Norweigian blogger <a href="http://infodesign.no/diablog/">Joe Hoem</a> you have found <a href="http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/3.01/debray_pr.html">this old article</a> in 1995 Wired and <a href="http://www.manovich.net/LNM/">this relatively new book</a> by Lev Manovich.
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1773Twenty-seven years ago, French radical theoretician R&#233;gis Debray was sentenced by a Bolivian military tribunal to 30 years in jail. He had been captured with the guerrilla band led by Ernesto "Che" Guevara, Fidel Castro's legendary lieutenant. Released after three years, largely because of the intervention of compatriots such as President Charles de Gaulle, Andr&#233; Malraux, and Jean-Paul Sartre, Debray returned to writing. (His 1967 Revolution in the Revolution is considered a primer for guerrilla insurrection.) He spent five years in the early '80s as a special advisor on Latin American relations to French President Fran&#231;ois Mitterrand.
1774
1775Creating a discipline he calls "mediology," Debray has investigated <strong>how it is that abstract ideas can end up as world-changing ideologies</strong>. Today, he is developing a new theory of the transmission of ideas through history, to grasp how words become flesh, ideas ideologies.
1776
1777(X: Coming back to Six Degree again.  Ring a bell?)
1778
1779R&#233;gis Debray: "<em>I would make an analogy between what I call mediology and the strategy of the neurosciences. While the neurosciences are dedicated to overcoming the inherited duality between mind and brain, mediology tries to view history by hybridizing technology and culture. It focuses on <strong>the intersections between technology and intellectual life</strong>.</em>"
1780
1781"<em>As Thomas Edison said a century ago, "whoever controls the film industry will control the most powerful influence over people." And today that means everyone on the planet. Images govern our dreams, and our dreams drive our actions.</em> "
1782
1783"<em>The machine offered Descartes a model for thinking about the human body. It later provided British mathematician Alan Turing with a model for intelligent behavior. But machines will never be able to give the thinking process a model of thought itself, since machines are not mortal. <strong>What gives humans access to the symbolic domain of value and meaning is the fact that we die</strong>.</em> "
1784
1785(X: Freeman Dyson had a same point about beauty in his <a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0465016774/104-5145864-6404735?v=glance">Disturbing the Universe</a>.)
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1805DATE: 01/06/2004 09:39:25 PM
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1808This is the <a href="http://www.nd.edu/~networks/gallery.htm">image gallery</a> of Self-Organized networks. 
1809And this is from
1810<strong>Physics Department, University of Notre Dame</strong>.
1811<a href="http://domain.org/images/caida14.gif" onclick="window.open('http://domain.org/images/caida14.gif','popup','width=1300,height=1040,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0');return false"><img src="http://domain.org/images/caida14-tm.jpg" height="239" width="298" align="" border="0" hspace="0" vspace="0" alt="Internet Connectivity" title="" longdesc="" /></a>
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1835From <a href="http://web.media.mit.edu/~mres/">Resnick</a>: "Relationships with people in the world are internalized as agents or objects within the mind. ......the self emerges from the interactions among the internalized objects."
1836
1837"Current models of the mind differ significantly from one another. For example, neural networks are based on an architecture of simple, homogeneous, highly connected components, while the Society of Mind is based on an architecture of complex, specialized, semi-insulated subsystems."
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1863Still Mitchel Resnick: "....move away from the notion of a single, absolute, unifying conception of knowledge, arguing instead that knowledge is constantly constructed and reconstructed in a more decentralized way."
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1867
1868"Traditional theory of literature assumed that meaning was created by an author and conveyed through the author's writings.  According to this view, reading is a search for inherent meaning in a document, an attempt to decipher the intention of the author.  But modern school of literary criticism -- such as poststructuralism, reader-response theory, and deconstructionism - adopt a very different stance.  These movements all focus on readers (not authors) as the main constructors of meaning.  In this new view, text have little or no inherent meaning.  Rather, meaning are constantly reconstructed by communities of readers through their interactions with the text.  Meaning itself has become decentralized."
1869
1870Another example: feminist studies
1871
1872"Since different voices are often valued differently in our society, the idea of multiple voices takes on a political edge.  Formal, logical, abstract, and analytical ways of thinking, typically associated with men, have been privileged in our society -- viewed as superior, more advanced, more likely to lead to "truth."  On the other hand, relational and contextual ways of thinking, typically associated with women, have been undervalued and discouraged. "
1873
1874" the "dominant epistemology" that grants privileged status to abstract, formal, and logical ways of thinking"  are now being challenged.  The idea of "alternative epistemology"  is that there are multiple ways of thinking and knowing.  "People are recognizing that knowledge speaks not with a single voice but with many."
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1892DATE: 01/07/2004 09:53:07 AM
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1895Joi Ito has been blogging about "<a href="http://joi.ito.com/archives/2004/01/07/what_can_we_do_to_help_blogs_promote_justice.html">blog justice</a>" in <a href="http://joi.ito.com/archives/2004/01/06/are_blogs_just.html">last two days</a>.
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1921布鲁伦,泠冽夜,听<a href="http://libweb.zju.edu.cn/renwen/QinQi/Qin/qin.asp?title=401">&#8220;高山流水&#8221;</a>
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1944DATE: 01/07/2004 09:32:20 PM
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1947"If nature were not beautiful, it would not be worth knowing. 
1948
1949If nature were not worth knowing, life would not be worth living." Henri Poincare
1950
1951"Beauty is the internal conformation of the various items of experience with each other, for the production of maximum effectiveness&#8230;. Thus the parts contribute to the massive feeling of the whole, and the whole contributes to the intensity of feeling of the parts&#8230;. The teleology of the Universe is directed to the production of beauty.
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1953Creation is the intensification of beauty"
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1955Whitehead, "Adventure of Ideas." (pgs. 341, 324)
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1981又见白色的群山。
1982
1983你坐在餐车车厢里,听一位越战护士谈沙门。火车驶过一九九零年科罗拉多的青山绿水,到丹佛时夜色已深,只记得是个大站。
1984
1985初次来到机场是九七年的落矶山之行。两年以后又在这里租车,作为西南之旅的起点,(第一站:阿斯本)。
1986
1987回望群山,那是开始的终结,还是终结的开始?
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1989前天你们在纽约重见,一切依然。
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2015<a href="http://domain.org/images/cat116322.jpg" onclick="window.open('http://domain.org/images/cat116322.jpg','popup','width=800,height=515,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0');return false"><img src="http://domain.org/images/cat116322-tm.jpg" height="193" width="299" align="" border="3" hspace="0" vspace="0" alt="what's up? south" title="" longdesc="" /></a>
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2042只有在<a href="http://www.nasa.gov/externalflash/m2k4/frameset.html">新世界</a>壮丽的怀抱里
2043你的灵魂才能安息
2044
2045(《波茜星咏叹调》1986)
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2065PRIMARY CATEGORY: Connected Age  网络时代
2066CATEGORY: Connected Age  网络时代
2067
2068DATE: 01/13/2004 03:33:33 PM
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2071Just came back from <a href="http://www.commonwealthclub.org/">the Commonwealth Club</a>, where words such as "agents for social change", "absence of power", "critical service that really can change the equation", "tipping point" etc. floating in the air for entire morning.  Here is the eworld again. 
2072
2073<a href="http://domain.edu/projects/biplog/bios.html">Mary Hodder</a> has followed the issue of Napsterization of political activism, including <a href="http://www.moveon.org/">Move On</a> for a while, in her <a href="http://www.napsterization.org/stories/">napterization.org</a>.  Today she blogged not only the Move On "<a href="http://www.bushin30seconds.org/">Bush in 30 Seconds</a>" contest, but also a theoretical paper entitled Shifting the Lens, written by Hermann Maiba in U of IL/Chicago.
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2088TITLE: Dyson and Fang
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2096DATE: 01/13/2004 06:03:41 PM
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2099Why our universe is hospitable to life?  Freeman Dyson talked on this subject on March 9, 2000 in MyTown.   You only knew this during the dinner with Fang in New York Chinatown last Friday.  You talked about Six Degrees, Biocosm, Slashdot, SFI and Dyson's  <a href="http://www.science-spirit.org/articles/Articledetail.cfm?article_ID=201">Disturbing the Universe</a>.   He smiled and sent you <a href="http://splorg.org/lectures/dyson.html">this link</a> two days later.
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2102From Freeman Dyson's speech in MyTown:
2103"<em>The best popular account of the science that explains how the universe can be friendly to      life is a book, "Creation of the Universe", by the Chinese astronomers Fang Li Zhi and Li Shu Xian.  The book was translated into English and published by World Scientific Publishing Company of Singapore in 1989.  Fang Li Zhi is the famous dissident astronomer now living in exile in the United States.  I particularly recommend Chapter 6, with the title "How Order was born of Chaos".  This tells the same story that I am telling you today, but with more detail and more depth.</em> "
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2115TITLE: 语言,棋和价值
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2123DATE: 01/14/2004 04:08:28 PM
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2126索绪尔(<a href="http://www.colorado.edu/English/ENGL2012Klages/saussure.html">Saussure</a>)关于语言的比喻很多,代数,交响乐章,川流不息的长河,还有&#8220;一件袍子,历尽岁月,缝满了补丁,补丁所用的布是从衣服本身剪下来的。&#8221;等等。最妙的一个是:下棋。
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2129许国璋先生在《论语言和语言学》中如下介绍了索绪尔的观念:
2130
2131做模子的材料可以比做是语言的<span style="text-decoration: underline;">外部研究</span>,棋法可以比做是<span style="text-decoration: underline;">内部研究</span>。
2132全局棋的走法可比<span style="text-decoration: underline;">历时态(diachronie)</span>,静止的棋阵可比<span style="text-decoration: underline;">共时态(synchronie)</span>;所谓历时态,就是一个共时态进入又一个新的共时态。
2133
2134语言里每一个单位(例如:词)看起来是<span style="text-decoration: underline;">实体</span>,其实不是。如国际象棋缺少一个&#8220;车&#8220;,只要再找一块小方木代替即可。是否是&#8220;车&#8221;的样子不要紧,只要按&#8220;车&#8221;和其他棋子的关系去走,就是&#8220;车&#8221;,就具有&#8220;车&#8221;的<span style="text-decoration: underline;">价值</span>。只有具有价值的车,才是实体,孤立的单位不是实体。
2135
2136&#8220;有资格称做"实体"的东西来自价值,价值来自关系,关系构成系统。&#8221;
2137
2138这是<a href="http://domain.org/archives/week_2003_12_07.php#000020">结构主义</a>的精华吗?
2139
2140<img src="http://domain.org/images/Cuba51d-tm.jpg" height="239" width="336" align="" border="0" hspace="0" vspace="0" alt="chess stamp" title="" longdesc="" /></a>
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2152TITLE: 命中注定?
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2160DATE: 01/15/2004 09:57:15 AM
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2163梅罗-庞帝:&#8220;我们是命中注定为意义而生存的。&#8221;
2164萨特:&#8220;我们是命中注定为自由而生存的。&#8221;
2165
2166前年在农场,伴随你的除了<a href="http://domain.org/archives/week_2003_12_07.php#000020">Kauffman</a>,还有列维-斯特劳斯和加缪。
2167今天在伯克莱,二十年后重读《<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/9027704783/qid%3D1074192422/sr%3D11-1/ref%3Dsr%5F11%5F1/104-5145864-6404735">结构主义</a>》。
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2182TITLE: From implicit to explicit
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2190DATE: 01/15/2004 05:43:47 PM
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2193Listening to <a href="http://domain.org/music/13 Partita No. 4 in D Major, BWV 828 2.m4a">Ouverture-Allegro</a> from Bach's <B>Partita No. 4 in D Major</B>.
2194Reflecting upon today's conversation. 
2195
2196It's getting dark outside.
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2199<a href="http://domain.edu/projects/biplog/bios.html">Mary</a>:
2200 "....from implicit to explicit."
2201"...all about more connections, deeper meaning for life, right?"
2202
2203What is "right" ? A feeling of "connected'? Can we escape from 'structure"? Maybe not, since existence itself is within time which is constantly changing. But there are all kinds of different system/network/structure at different level. "deeper meaning"? At which level? "from implicit to explicit"  means transform structure from one level to another. Right?
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2215TITLE: 巴赫和Piranesi
2216STATUS: Publish
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2223DATE: 01/16/2004 10:03:28 AM
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2226读索绪尔,理解二项对立:共时与历时,语言与言语,连锁与选择(也称组合与聚合),(符号)能指与所指,加上价值与关系。
2227
2228对任何符号体系,确定基元,分析其对立、联系和转换,是建立文化的模式和其<span style="text-decoration: underline;">系统</span>的结构主义方式。
2229
2230比如建筑学中,门,内室,走道,后墙等构成连锁关系,不同式样的门,走道构成选择关系。音乐亦是如此,还记得<a href="http://cdspider.com/store/vhs_1573301264_Yo-Yo-Ma---Inspired-by-Bach-No.-2-The-Sound-of-the-Carceri-Cello-Suite-2.html">友友</a>试图探索表现的<a href="http://www.connect-arte.com/MM/home-b-p.htm">巴赫和Piranesi</a>的联系吗?
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2253DATE: 01/16/2004 04:14:59 PM
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2256You joined the <a href="http://www.tribe.net/">Tribe</a> through <a href="http://domain.edu/projects/chinadn/en/chinadnbios.html">Arthur</a>.  Another experiment.
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2279DATE: 01/16/2004 05:11:03 PM
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2282??????????????<a href="http://www.cnread.net/cnread1/sgsw/l/liangJohnbin/poem/index.html">??? </a>????????
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2316TITLE: Goat Rock
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2324DATE: 01/18/2004 08:03:32 AM
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2327Yesterday. moss on the rocks, sounds of flowing water, light in the trees, mountains and ocean afar, and the rock up close. 
2328
2329On the way back, driving on the Skyline Boulevard, you saw the Black Mountain floating in the sea of clouds.
2330
2331Here is <a href="http://domain.org/archives/goatrock.mov">the trip</a>.
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2334First time belaying from the top. Remenber: always double security, always!
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2346TITLE: Theory is practice
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2353
2354DATE: 01/18/2004 05:06:01 PM
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2357<em>Theory does not express, translate or serve to apply practice: it is practice. But it is local and regional...not totalizing...it is not to "awaken consciousness" that we struggle, but to <strong>sap power</strong>... it is an activity conducted along side those who struggle for power and not their illumination from a safe distance.</em> 
2358
2359----<a href="http://www.csun.edu/~hfspc002/fouc.essay.html">Michel Foucault</a>
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2362He was here in the Fall term of 1983, giving six lectures on "<a href="http://foucault.info/documents/parrhesia/">Discourse and truth: the problematization of parrhesia</a>."
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2374TITLE: Whale Culture?
2375STATUS: Publish
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2380CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
2381
2382DATE: 01/18/2004 09:43:54 PM
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2385<a href="http://www.iftf.org/index.html">The Institute for the Future</a> has a weblog called <a href="http://blogger.iftf.org/future/">Future Now</a>.  A brief visit found this link: <a href="http://blogger.iftf.org/Future/000311.html">Whale Culture?</a>
2386
2387"<em>Scientists who study whales are starting to notice signs that these giant creatures may be exhibiting signs of what we humans would call culture. As this ScienCentral News video reports, it's the latest research into a question that has puzzled scientists for years. </em>"
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2402TITLE: <strong>说&#8220;剑&#8221;</strong>
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2407PRIMARY CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
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2410DATE: 01/19/2004 04:24:55 PM
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2413“如此数月,他便在荒谷中与神雕为伴。这日闲着无事,漫步来到独孤求败埋剑的山崖
2414之前。纵跃上崖,看到朽烂木剑下的石刻:"四十岁后,不滞于物,草木竹石,均可
2415为剑。自此精修,渐而进于无剑胜有剑之境。"心想:"我持玄铁重剑,几可无敌于天
2416下,但瞧独孤前辈遗言,显是木剑可胜玄铁重剑,而最后无剑却又胜于木剑。龙儿既
2417说须十六年后方得相见,这漫漫十余年中,我就来钻研这木剑胜铁剑、无剑胜有剑之
2418法便了。"
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2436TITLE: Trees at Slades Corner Road
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2444DATE: 01/20/2004 08:45:00 AM
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2447<img src="http://domain.org/images/trees at Slades Corner Road.jpg" height="240" width="320" align="" border="2" hspace="0" vspace="0" alt="" title="" longdesc="" />
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2449Imagine, there is a perfect snowfield.
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2464TITLE: Frida
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2472DATE: 01/20/2004 12:16:13 PM
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2475She fascinates with herself and the revolution, while turning life's pain into<a href="http://www.fridakahlo.it/"> her paintings</a>.
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2478"<em>I have suffered two accidents in my life, One in which a streetcar ran over me [at age 18]. The other is Diego.</em>"
2479
2480----<a href="http://www.mexconnect.com/mex_/travel/jcummings/ph56frida.html">Frida</a>
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2492TITLE: 民族国家的出现
2493STATUS: Publish
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2500DATE: 01/20/2004 06:14:56 PM
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2503&#8220;民族国家的出现,正是集权崩溃的征兆。当神圣罗马帝国的一统宗教瓦解的时候,民族国家主义于焉兴起,众人瞩目。但是东方,我们仍然只见集权存在。&#8221;
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2505----加谬(1936)
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2520TITLE: The Social Networking Industry
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2525PRIMARY CATEGORY: Digital Galaxy 数位星系
2526CATEGORY: Digital Galaxy 数位星系
2527
2528DATE: 01/21/2004 06:33:19 AM
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2531This article is called <a href="http://vms3.info/Jan2004/feature.article.htm">The Social Networking Industry Analyzed via the Value Framework</a>.  It is from VMS3.info.
2532
2533"Human networking has been around since the dawn of civilization, but  new technology promises to bring it into the Internet age. New companies are quickly forming around the idea that networks can be created, traversed, searched, and analyzed for the benefit of social and business users.   The new breed of companies may help you find the right Saturday night  date or a trusted partner for your next business venture. "
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2536"The Interactive Social Networking Industry comprises companies  seeking to navigate, analyze, or display social connections of friends,  colleagues, and acquaintances. The more advanced features allow weak            links and friend-of-a-friend links to be exploited for social or business  networking purposes. A user may use these applications to find contacts,  or to understand what relationships exist.
2537
2538This analysis examines nine firms in the industry, exploring their similarities and differences. Each firm brings a new perspective or feature to the mix. The users, members, and customers decide which are valuable and which are not. "
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2550TITLE: 开课
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2555PRIMARY CATEGORY: Paticipatory Media 参与媒体
2556CATEGORY: Paticipatory Media 参与媒体
2557
2558DATE: 01/21/2004 07:58:58 AM
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2561明天是新学期的<a href="http://teaching.MyTown.edu/bgd/firstday.html">第一课</a>。关于教案的准备,可以看<a href="http://teaching.MyTown.edu/bgd/syllabus.html">这里</a>。
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2576TITLE: Blogtalk 2.0
2577STATUS: Publish
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2581PRIMARY CATEGORY: Digital Galaxy 数位星系
2582CATEGORY: Digital Galaxy 数位星系
2583
2584DATE: 01/21/2004 08:13:51 AM
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2587The second <a href="http://blogtalk.net/call.html">European blog conference</a> will be in Vienna in July.
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2602TITLE: P2P Cultural Impact Discussion
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2610DATE: 01/21/2004 09:37:48 AM
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2613From Mary's blog, you noticed this discussion.  <a href="http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=8&#38;debateId=101&#38;articleId=1319">Siva Vaidhyanathan</a> and <a href="http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article-8-101-1666.jsp">Miriam Rainsford</a>  wrote three months ago on <a href="http://www.opendemocracy.net/home/index.jsp">Opendemocracy.net</a> about p2p networks and its social and cultural impact.
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2628TITLE: Voice from Sri Lanka
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2636DATE: 01/21/2004 07:35:03 PM
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2639No firecracks here in New Year's eve,  but a <a href="http://www.npr.org/rundowns/segment.php?wfId=1610045">familiar voice</a> from South Asia.
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2659PRIMARY CATEGORY: Connected Age  网络时代
2660CATEGORY: Connected Age  网络时代
2661
2662DATE: 01/22/2004 11:55:56 AM
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2665<a href="http://www.eecs.MyTown.edu/~bajcsy/">Ruzena</a>的关心源自她的成长背景,<a href="http://globetrotter.MyTown.edu/faculty/Weber.html">Steve</a>概括目前这方面的研究大概有两类,一是关于政府对信息架构的控制比如对知识产权,软件,信息安全等方面的标准制订和管理。二是对简单技术决定论乐观预言的反驳。前者有些内容,后者流于肤浅。其实,重要的应当是关注使用者,因为他们是使用技术进行通讯和表达的个人,并且面对日益增长的选择。比如博客,他们是谁,为什么博,怎样博,博些什么?这些应是更有意义的问题。
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2680TITLE: Dancing Rocks
2681STATUS: Publish
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2685PRIMARY CATEGORY: Paticipatory Media 参与媒体
2686CATEGORY: Paticipatory Media 参与媒体
2687
2688DATE: 01/22/2004 02:25:24 PM
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2691You have never been Death Valley before.   But now you knew  <a href="http://domain.edu/multimedia/rocks/">the Dancing Rocks</a>.  Thanks,  <a href="http://domain.edu/multimedia/about/stevens.html">Jane</a>.
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2706TITLE: Diane Anbus in SFMOMA
2707STATUS: Publish
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2711PRIMARY CATEGORY: Star B 波茜
2712CATEGORY: Star B 波茜
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2714DATE: 01/26/2004 09:20:14 AM
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2717Saw <a href="http://www.temple.edu/photo/photographers/arbus/arbus.htm">Diane Anbus</a>' Exhibition at <a href="http://www.sfmoma.org/exhibitions/exhib_detail.asp?id=108">SFMOMA</a> last Friday. 
2718
2719"<em>A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you the less you know.</em> "
2720----<a href="http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/d/diane_arbus.html">Quotes</a> from Diane
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2734AUTHOR: John
2735TITLE: Social/cultural approaches to information and information systems
2736STATUS: Publish
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2740PRIMARY CATEGORY: Digital Galaxy 数位星系
2741CATEGORY: Digital Galaxy 数位星系
2742
2743DATE: 01/26/2004 04:19:15 PM
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2746This is about social/cultural approaches to information and information systems.  Nacy's current research is on camera phones, blogs and issues of trust and credibility on the Net.  Today's reading is <a href="http://www.itofisher.com/mito/">here</a>.   It is also on the <a href="http://www.sims.MyTown.edu/courses/is212/s04/">class website</a>.
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2749Notes from Class:
2750
2751(Political) decision and choices are made each time when technology designed. (e.g. Microsoft Windows.) 
2752There are values embedded in technology.
2753How do we ask questions?  How do we approach these issues? 
2754
2755Technology and human behavior are mutually constituting.
2756
2757Social sciences ask questions such as how people create and recreate regularities in individual and in societies.   They are more about process than outcome, more descriptive than explainary. But we can look at problems from multiple perspectives. 
2758
2759For example:
2760People clip things and give it to people.  Why people do that? Information sharing,  establishing commonality, self-expression etc&#8230;
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2772TITLE: Corante
2773STATUS: Publish
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2777PRIMARY CATEGORY: Paticipatory Media 参与媒体
2778CATEGORY: Paticipatory Media 参与媒体
2779
2780DATE: 01/27/2004 07:33:21 PM
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2783Read <a href="http://www.corante.com/about/">this</a> carefully.  This should give you some ideas for CDN.
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2797AUTHOR: John
2798TITLE: Dean's Dismal Campaign
2799STATUS: Publish
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2803PRIMARY CATEGORY: Connected Age  网络时代
2804CATEGORY: Connected Age  网络时代
2805
2806DATE: 01/28/2004 09:23:49 AM
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2809<a href="http://www.corante.com/many/archives/2004/01/26/is_social_software_bad_for_the_dean_campaign.php">Clay Shirky</a> is commenting on Dean's dismal, this time essentially questioning the role of social software in this campaign.   He wonder "whether Dean has accidentally created a movement (where what counts is believing) instead of a campaign (where what counts is voting.) "
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2812"There are many reasons for this, but the main one seems to be that the pleasures of life online are precisely the way they provide a respite from the vagaries of the real world. Both the way the online environment flattens interaction and the way everything gets arranged for the convenience of the user makes the threshold between talking about changing the world and changing the world even steeper than usual.
2813
2814We also know from usability testing that the difference between &#8220;would you&#8221; and &#8220;will you&#8221; is enormous &#8212; when &#8220;would you use this product?&#8221; changes to &#8220;will you use it?&#8221;, user behavior frequently changes dramatically. Apple&#8217;s eWorld imploded after the beta testers all dropped the service once it started charging, despite enthusiastically declaring that they would pay for such a service. "
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2825AUTHOR: John
2826TITLE: Syntagmatic and Associative Relations
2827STATUS: Publish
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2831PRIMARY CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
2832CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
2833
2834DATE: 01/28/2004 05:06:55 PM
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2837 How does the structure of language, or of any signifying system, operates? Everything in the system is based on the RELATIONS that can occur between the units in the system. These relations consist mainly of relations of DIFFERENCE 对立或歧异.
2838
2839(在语言体系成分中存在两种关系:<a href="http://domain.org/archives/week_2004_01_11.php#000088">Paradigmatic (选择关系) &#38; Syntagmatic (连锁关系)</a>.  前者是词形变化,基于对立或歧异,而后者则是基于体系所能允许的组合类目。
2840
2841要了解语言体系结构,就必须了解体系中的要素是如何不同,及统治这些组合的规则为何。)
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2844The most important kind of relation between units in a&nbsp;signifying system, according to <a href="http://www.colorado.edu/English/ENGL2012Klages/saussure.html">Saussure</a>, is a SYNTAGMATIC&nbsp;relation. This means, basically, a LINEAR relation. In spoken or&nbsp;written language, words come out one by one. Because language&nbsp;is linear, it forms a chain, by which one unit is linked to the&nbsp;next.
2845
2846An example of this is the fact that, in English, word order&nbsp;governs meaning. "The cat sat on the mat" means something&nbsp;different than "The mat sat on the cat" because word order--the&nbsp;position of a word in a chain of signification--contributes to&nbsp;meaning. (The sentences also differ in meaning because "mat" and&nbsp;"cat" are not the same words within the system).
2847
2848English word order has a particular structure: subject-verb-object. Think of this sentence: "The adjectival noun verbed the&nbsp;direct object adverbially." Other languages have other&nbsp;structures; in German, that sentence might be "The adjective noun&nbsp;auxiliary verbed the direct object adverbially main verb." In&nbsp;French it might be "The noun adjective verbed adverbially the&nbsp;direct object ."  In Latin, word order doesn't matter, since the&nbsp;meaning of the word is determined, not by its place in the&nbsp;sentence, but by its cases (nominative, ablative, etc.)
2849
2850Combinations or relations formed by position within a chain (like where a word is in a sentence) are called SYNTAGMS. Examples of SYNTAGMS can be any phrase or sentence that makes a linear relation between two or more units: under-achiever; by the way; lend me your ears; when in the course of human events.
2851
2852The terms within a syntagm acquire VALUE only because they&nbsp;stand in opposition to everything before or after them. Each term&nbsp;IS something because it is NOT something else in the sequence.&nbsp;Again, think of coins: a dime is a dime because it's not a&nbsp;quarter or a nickel or a penny or a $100 bill.
2853
2854SYNTAGMATIC relations are most crucial in written and spoken&nbsp;language, in DISCOURSE, where the ideas of time, linearity, and&nbsp;syntactical meaning are important. There are other kinds of&nbsp;relations that exist outside of discourse.
2855
2856Signs are stored in your memory, for example, not in syntagmatic links or sentences, but in ASSOCIATIVE groups. The word "education", for example, may get linked, not to verbs and adjectives, but to other words that end in "-tion":education, relation, association, deification. You may store the word education" with other words that have similar associations: education, teacher, textbook, college, expensive. Or you may store words in what looks like a completely random set of linkages: education, baseball, computer games, psychoanalysis (things I like). The idea of ASSOCIATIVE groups or linkages makes me think of pigeonholes, and what pigeonholes I put certain words or ideas in; when I pull out that word or idea, all the other things in that pigeonhole come tumbling out with it.
2857
2858ASSOCIATIVE relations are only in your head, not in the&nbsp;structure of language itself, whereas SYNTAGMATIC relations are a&nbsp;product of linguistic structure.
2859
2860Think of the columns of a building (or the rods in a Tinker-Toy "building"). The columns form syntagmatic, or structural, relation when you think about where in the building the columns are, what they support, what they're connected to. The columns form associative relations when you think of what else the columns make you think of: phallic symbols, rockets, popsicles, or whatever.
2861
2862syntagmatic relations are important because they allow for new words--neologisms--to arise and be recognized and accepted into a linguistic community. "To office," for example (now used in a Kinko's commercial) has meaning because the noun "office" can be moved to the position of verb, and take on a new syntagmatic position and relation to other words. Associative relations are important because they break patterns established in strictly grammatical/linear (syntagmatic) relations and allow for metaphoric expressions.
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2874TITLE: 符号
2875STATUS: Publish
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2879PRIMARY CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
2880CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
2881
2882DATE: 01/28/2004 05:18:07 PM
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2885结构主义理论认为:符号就是能指和所指之间的一种关系。能指和所指如一张纸的两面,是不可分割的存在,每一面都是另一面存在的充要条件。而这关系既是任意的,又必须倚赖社会成员对符号意义及使用的共同契约而存在。
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2900TITLE: 又见台北
2901STATUS: Publish
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2905PRIMARY CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
2906CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
2907
2908DATE: 01/29/2004 09:29:30 AM
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2911<a href="http://domain.edu/projects/chinadn/en/chinadnbios.html">王丰</a>告诉我这家<a href="http://www.chinanewsman.com/">新闻博客网点</a>,上面也有他音像文字俱全的网志。于是<a href="http://www.chinanewsman.com/bloger.asp?blogID=1073&#38;ID=1642">又见台北</a>。
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2926TITLE: GRAND
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2931PRIMARY CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
2932CATEGORY: My Nation 我的国度
2933
2934DATE: 01/29/2004 10:56:08 AM
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2937一转又转到了<a href="http://www.nd.edu/%7Egrand/index.html">GARND</a>,大概是昨天读《宇宙的创生》的缘故。
2938
2939<a href="http://domain.org/image/field.gif" onclick="window.open('http://domain.org/image/field.gif','popup','width=479,height=482,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0');return false"><img src="http://domain.org/image/field-tm.jpg" height="301" width="300" align="" border="3" hspace="0" vspace="0" alt="GRAND" title="" longdesc="" /></a>
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2954TITLE: 新的热情
2955STATUS: Publish
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2959PRIMARY CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
2960CATEGORY: RocknGo Meme 岩道与棋道
2961
2962DATE: 01/29/2004 11:42:37 AM
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2965曾经有投入或介入(Engagement)到存在中去的热情,还有一种热情是关于系统、形式或者结构的。
2966
2967&#8220;抵抗就是对邪恶说不。&#8221;
2968&#8220;那种深深浸透我们,那种在我们之前就已存在,那种把我们在时空中凝成一体的东西,的确就是系统。
2969&#8216;我&#8217;被消灭了。我们现在关心的是发现&#8216;有&#8217;(there is)。&#8221;
2970&#8220;语言是一种形式而非一个实体。&#8221;
2971
2972而新的热情,是存在与结构、自由与意义在数位时代新的综合。
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2987TITLE: 市场是会话
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2992PRIMARY CATEGORY: Digital Galaxy 数位星系
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2995DATE: 01/29/2004 05:05:31 PM
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2998Paul讲<a href="http://intranet.domain.edu/courses/spring2004/weblogs/index.php">博客史</a>,谈到当年网络热忱者们的<a href="http://www.cluetrain.com/">宣言</a>:&#8220;市场是会话。&#8221;
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3013TITLE: Clay Shirky's theme
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3021DATE: 02/02/2004 09:57:35 AM
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3024"If I had to describe what I write about, it would be &#8220;Systems where vested interests lose out to innovation.&#8221;
3025
3026Or maybe &#8220;<span style="text-decoration: underline;">Systems where having good participants produces better results than having good planners</span>.&#8221;
3027
3028I now recognize in my writings an interest in any systems undergoing an influx of new participants -- the need to avoid mandated design standards on the web ;&nbsp; the tremendous increase in internet use outside the US ;&nbsp; the new voice of previously mute consumers ."
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3031"More than once, new technologies have held out the promise of wider participation by citizens, only to be corralled by a new set of legal or economic realities, and the net, which threatens many vested interests all at once, will be no exception.
3032
3033Nevertheless, despite a &#8216;two steps forward, one step back&#8217; progression, we are living through a potentially enormous shift in the amount of leverage the many have over the few.  It is my aim to chronicle these changes as they happen, and to provide a framework, built from observation, which aids both interpretation and prediction. "
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3045TITLE: Etech 2004
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3052
3053DATE: 02/02/2004 04:09:55 PM
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3056<a href="http://www.tribe.net/tribe/servlet/template/pub%2Cpcard%2CPeopleCard.vm?personid=2c978102-c84a-41c1-8961-b42fb6a5336c&#38;_click_path=Application%5Btribe%5D.Person%5B2c978102-c84a-41c1-8961-b42fb6a5336c%5D">Danah</a> told me<a href="http://conferences.oreillynet.com/etech/"> this conference</a> is in San Diego next week.
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3071TITLE: Ethnographic Research
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3078
3079DATE: 02/02/2004 06:46:23 PM
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3082What is <a href="http://www2.chass.ncsu.edu/garson/pa765/ethno.htm">ethnographic</a> research? Case studies.
3083
3084Traditional positivist view of research:  objectivity -assumption of &#8220;the view from nowhere&#8221; 
3085In social sciences, we are more talking about &#8220;Situated knowledge&#8221;, there is no &#8220;the view from nowhere.&#8221;
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3088To be insider is to be corrupted&#8221;? 
3089White male anthropologists are &#8220;objective&#8221;?
3090
3091Insider vs outsider. Observer vs Participant. Embodied knowledge vs Intellectual knowledge.
3092 &#8220;To make the familiar strange. &#8220;
3093&#8220;Recording your fresh impression, because things will disappear.&#8221;
3094etc.
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3106TITLE: Technosocial Situations
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3113
3114DATE: 02/02/2004 07:02:31 PM
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3117"The new kind of social settings enabled through mobil communication that differ fundamentally from prior settings such as workplace, restaurant, face-to-face interaction, or landline telephony."  <a href="http://itofisher.com/mito/">Mazuko Ito</a> called "technosocial situations and settings" in her paper. 
3118
3119Social identity and practice are embedded in and contingent on particular social situations, including technosocial situations.
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3122More and more, social orders are built through the hybrid relation between physically co-located and electronically mediated information systems.
3123
3124Social order is continually being created and recreated. Why is important to concern about construction of social order? Identity is constructed and varies in situations.
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3136TITLE: Continues partial attention
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3142CATEGORY: Digital Galaxy 数位星系
3143
3144DATE: 02/02/2004 07:06:35 PM
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3147Being two places at once, having two conversation at once is disruptive.  Does this break social order? But  new norms of behavior are also being developed.
3148
3149How about this &#8220;continues partial attention &#8220;?
3150 &#8220;If my continues partial attention is too partial to you, then you are too old.&#8221; :-)
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