Video: Clay Shirky on Love, Internet Style

http://community.brighton.ac.uk/jd29/weblog/21991.html

Full story at: http://jondron.net/cofind/frshowresource.php?tid=5325&resid=1359

The brilliant Clay Shirky explaining how social software and communication/coordinating tools in general helps to make love a renewable building material, and how Perl is like a 1300 year old Shinto shrine, aggregating caring into something stable and long-lasting. As usual, he is so right.
Created:Fri, 22 Feb 2008 21:22:08 GMT

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