Self-organised networks and collective productivity

Stowe Boyd has (as usual) more great expressions on network/collective productivity :

… the underlying premises of our educational system, which is to produce good little individual economic cogs. Meanwhile, the kids are turning themselves into self-organized networks where collective productivity is the central aim. …

… Meanwhile, the kids are reshaping their cognition to include non-linear, shared, and interruptive modes of thinking, …

… We move into a realm where our identity is linked to our network of contacts and our shared activities: we are increasingly defined though our relationships with others, instead of our membership in organizations, like schools, clubs, or citizenship.

This is a revolution, …

Read the lot here – The New Literacy and The Enemies Of The Future

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