How Did Howard Rheingold Get So “Net Smart”?: An Interview (Part Three)

Interview talking about network knowledge and curation:

You talk in the book about what you call “network knowledge.” Can you define this concept? What kinds of things do you think the ordinary internet user should know about the ways networks work and why? Networks of the technical and social kind — and especially their combination — have become particularly important today because of our growing reliance on networked devices and online social networks. At the same time, knowledge of how technical and social networks work is emerging from empirical

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