Mark Pesce: Hyperconnectivity, Community & The Crowd

Mark Pesce: Hyperconnectivity, Community & The Crowd
Dan Gould
  • 2 october 2008

Mark Pesce recently delivered a rousing keynote speech at Web Directions South. It was charged full of powerful thoughts about the pitfalls and opportunities of the hyperconnected world. He talks about the differences in how giant collectives self-organize to behave either like a functional community, or an angry crowd. This is definitely a must read, full of valuable insights.

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