Outline of my CSG Meeting presentation available for viewing & editing

[from Gary Cziko 2005/07/15 21:17 GMT]

The title of my CSG 2005 presentation is:

“The shared control of Internet text: Cooperation and
conflict in the use of Wikis for the social construction of
knowledge”

The outline can be found at

http://www.catall.org/wiki/index.php/CSG_2005
.

This outline is a wiki, which means that anyone with a Web browser can
both view and edit any part of it. Anyone is welcome to do so (just
look for the “Edit” tab at the top or to the right of any
section), whether or not he or she will be at the CSG meeting. There is
also a Discussion page for the outline (see tab at top of page) to which
comments can be added without changing the actual outline.

I would appreciate that you create an account and log on to the Wiki
before making any changes (see
"
Create an account or log in
" at top right corner of
page), but that is optional.

–Gary

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[From Rick Marken (2005.07.15.1450)]

Gary Cziko (2005/07/15 21:17 GMT) --

The title of my CSG 2005 presentation is:

"The shared control of Internet text: Cooperation and conflict in the use of
Wikis for the social construction of knowledge"

The outline can be found at http://www.catall.org/wiki/index.php/CSG_2005.

This outline is a wiki, which means that anyone with a Web browser can both
view and edit any part of it. Anyone is welcome to do so (just look for the
"Edit" tab at the top or to the right of any section), whether or not he or
she will be at the CSG meeting. There is also a Discussion page for the
outline (see tab at top of page) to which comments can be added without
changing the actual outline.

I would appreciate that you create an account and log on to the Wiki before
making any changes (see " Create an account or log in
<http://www.catall.org/wiki/index.php?title=Special:Userlogin&returnto=CSG
_2005> " at top right corner of page), but that is optional.

I find this Wiki stuff to be a bit nerve racking. I look at this stuff and I
don't know what to do with it. Give me a good old fashioned book written by
one good old fashioned genius any day.

But perhaps you can convince me at the meeting that I am just an old Luddite
-- which I probably am.

Best regards

Rick

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[From Lloyd Klinedinst (2005.07.15.17:08 DST)]

What exactly did you do, then, in the aerospace industry?

I find the wikiworld in our local Mac users group a valuable collaborative virtual space in which we extend the time we are together face-to-face. It's important to have in my imagination the people with whom I work in the club face-to-face.

I already made one change in the summary intro to the PCT page.

Thanks, Gary, I look forward to the presentation and discussion.

I suspect Rick's initial encounter represents just one of his many "personalities".

til soon...

Lloyd

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On Jul 15, 2005, at 16:47:30, Richard Marken wrote:

[From Rick Marken (2005.07.15.1450)]

Gary Cziko (2005/07/15 21:17 GMT) --

The title of my CSG 2005 presentation is:

"The shared control of Internet text: Cooperation and conflict in the use of
Wikis for the social construction of knowledge"

The outline can be found at http://www.catall.org/wiki/index.php/CSG_2005.

This outline is a wiki, which means that anyone with a Web browser can both
view and edit any part of it. Anyone is welcome to do so (just look for the
"Edit" tab at the top or to the right of any section), whether or not he or
she will be at the CSG meeting. There is also a Discussion page for the
outline (see tab at top of page) to which comments can be added without
changing the actual outline.

I would appreciate that you create an account and log on to the Wiki before
making any changes (see " Create an account or log in
<http://www.catall.org/wiki/index.php?title=Special:Userlogin&returnto=CSG
_2005> " at top right corner of page), but that is optional.

I find this Wiki stuff to be a bit nerve racking. I look at this stuff and I
don't know what to do with it. Give me a good old fashioned book written by
one good old fashioned genius any day.

But perhaps you can convince me at the meeting that I am just an old Luddite
-- which I probably am.

Best regards

Rick
--
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MindReadings.com
Home: 310 474 0313
Cell: 310 729 1400

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[From Rick Marken (2005.07.15.1540)]

Lloyd Klinedinst (2005.07.15.17:08 DST)--

What exactly did you do, then, in the aerospace industry?

Tried to convince them they could do it with a horse and cart;-)

I already made one change in the summary intro to the PCT page.

I couldn't even find a summary intro. When I go to edit the intro all I find
is ==Introduction==. Did you change the number of "=" signs? :wink:

I suspect Rick's initial encounter represents just one of his many
"personalities".

One of my many failings, I'm afraid. I just don't know how to use it, I
guess. But I also like writing (when it's good) that's created by one mind.
What if Shakespeare had created his plays in this forum? What if Bill Powers
had created PCT in this forum?

Sorry to be such a fuddy duddy about it. Maybe I'll have my mind changed by
Gary's presentation.

Best

Rick

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[From Lloyd Klinedinst (2005.07.15.17:08 DST)]

I’ve responded [in brackets] and between your lines, Rick.

[From Rick Marken (2005.07.15.1540)]

Lloyd Klinedinst (2005.07.15.17:08 DST)–

What exactly did you do, then, in the aerospace industry?

Tried to convince them they could do it with a horse and cart;-)

[Lloyd: AND SPREADSHEETS?]

I already made one change in the summary intro to the PCT page.

I couldn’t even find a summary intro. When I go to edit the intro all I find

is ==Introduction==. Did you change the number of “=” signs? :wink:

[Lloyd: Sorry, Rick. I should have been more specific. The change I made was actually referred to in Gary’s outline:

9.1 Wikipedia article on PCT

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perceptual_Control_Theory

I’ve googled many good “finds” in the humanities coming from wikipedia.]

I suspect Rick’s initial encounter represents just one of his many

“personalities”.

One of my many failings, I’m afraid. I just don’t know how to use it, I

guess. But I also like writing (when it’s good) that’s created by one mind.

What if Shakespeare had created his plays in this forum? What if Bill Powers

had created PCT in this forum?

[Lloyd: An interesting “What if…” to consider when we discuss Gary’s presentation next week. I’m looking forward to seeing everyone.]

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On Jul 15, 2005, at 17:39:24, Richard Marken wrote:


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