Knowledge Federation is a social network
Dear Fellow Federators,Again I would like to draw your attention to the visual identity of Knowledge Federation. Please see the attached pdf for a new conceptual sketch.After getting some feedback by…Continue
Started by Fredrik Eive Refsli. Last reply by Dino Karabeg Nov 27, 2012.
Dear knowledge federators,My most optimistic hope for our Dubrovnik meeting was that we would 'foster the meme of self-organization in knowledge work' — begin a community capable of developing…Continue
Started by Dino Karabeg. Last reply by Sam Hahn Oct 18, 2012.
Dear Fellow Federators,Please see the attached pdf for a conceptual sketch for Knowledge Federation's visual identity. So why did I want to make a new one? Because I feel that the first one was made…Continue
Started by Fredrik Eive Refsli Dec 15, 2010.
One of the paradoxes of Knowledge Federation is that when the developments in it are at their most intense level, nothing gets reported here on its community site, because everyone's too busy. That has very much been the case during the past year.
I use this opportunity to welcome our new members.
And I encourage everyone to take a look at KnowledgeFederation.org, and feel warmly invited to join the storm of…Continue
Posted by Dino Karabeg on September 16, 2012 at 11:00am
Several days ago when I was preparing an introductory lecture about Knowledge Federation for my research group at the university, I realized that there was a central point which I wanted to convey, and I was looking for a suitable visual
metaphor. So I was very happy to find the picture below on the Web. My photoshoping was not perfect, but you might see what the picture represents: It’s a tricycle with a rocket engine! Obviously, it’s a work of art (by “Rocketman” Ky Michaelson); and…Continue
Posted by Dino Karabeg on March 19, 2012 at 12:00am
Dear Knowledge Federation Members,
I want to thank and congratulate you for the past year. The development we have initiated together in Dubrovnik in 2008, and properly began at the second Knowledge Federation workshop in Dubrovnik last year – to ‘foster self-organization in knowledge work,’ or ‘a self-organizing collective mind’ – has during this year reached depth and concreteness that promise us a most eventful year ahead. Each of the three workshops we organized last year was a…
Posted by Dino Karabeg on January 3, 2012 at 2:36pm
MIT Center for Collective Intelligence is organizing a conference in April 2012, whose aim is to develop an international community for collective intelligence. It is still possible to submit an article – the deadline has been moved to November 18. We have submitted an article that describes Knowledge Federation's value proposition to the cause of collective…Continue
Posted by Dino Karabeg on November 16, 2011 at 12:07am