Croydonpgmc.co.uk Review:Croydon Postgraduate Medical Centre - The Postgraduate Medical Centre at Croydon University Hospital provides the infrastructure and support for the education, training and continuing development of postgraduate professionals in hospital medicine, general practice and dentistry at the Hospital.
Country: Europe, GB, United Kingdom
City: NG7 Nottingham, Nottingham
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Clay Shirky is one of the most insightful analysts of the internet and how it affects society. His book, "Here Comes Everybody" is an extension of his previous arguments that the internet drastically lowers transaction costs thus greatly easing group-formation and collective action, which in turn erodes the "institutional monopoly on large-scale coordination" (p. 143). Prominent themes include the mass amateurization of publishing (and how this causes big problems for traditional publishers because the one-to-many pattern - broadcasting - is being replaced by a many-to-many pattern), the end of professional filtering ("publish, then filter", "failure for free"), and how the web eliminates the technological barriers to participation, which means it's no longer the case that small things get done for 'love' (non-financial motivations) and big things for money. It's now possible to do big things for love - like writing the largest, best and most comprehensive encyclopedia in history. Also important is that the distribution of attention, participation and contribution on the web follows a power-law distribution and not the familiar normal distribution (see Shirky's original essay on this).
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