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24 August 2005

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Nancy White

I'm riffing off of you here:
http://www.fullcirc.com/weblog/2005/08/community-transience.htm

David Phillips

I think we have to be much more granular and less modernist. People form into groups for very primordial reasons. Its in our genes. We are wired to form groups and we like to form associations with people with whom we have things in common. These will be networks, communications channels, attributes (tokens) and values. The fact of the Internet is that it offers a network and channels that are both new and which satisfy our genetic need. That is why it is so popular.

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