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New knowledge web manifesto

Michael Pokocky's manifesto proposal at ChangeThis: Building The New Knowledge Web Manifesto

What if you knew for certain that your idea to change some aspect of the world we live in would work? What would your idea be? What if there was a place where you could post your idea without fear; without criticism; without judgement? If I told you that together we can build a New Knowledge Web where these ideas can be posted along with your bio and links would you write something? We live in an age of economic, social, cultural, political and spiritual decay and that's because big business built businesses on top of the Internet Architecture without telling us that 1. the Net is not owned by anyone, 2. the Net is free, and 3. you can do anything you want. Don't you feel ripped-off? Well I find that big business always follows the money trail and unfortunately knowledge was replaced by porn and gambling and Horoscopes. Do you want to be part of something big? How does ignorance find a logical mind? Get informed. This manifesto is the evolution of the next generation Internet.

The tone is a little negative towards "big business," but the initial description for building a New Knowledge Web is interesting.  A place where ideas can be shared without fear...  Judgment and criticism are part of the world, and I don't think that is going away.  Then again, isn't this web a social network with good, embedded social mores?

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