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Life in a Networked Age

John Robb, who brought us the term “open source warfare,” wallops the concerns of governance of our increasingly global network:

A global network is too large and complex for a bureaucracy to manage.  It would be too slow, expensive, and inefficient to be of value.  Further, even if one could be built, it would be impossible to apply market dyanmics [sic] (via democratic elections) to selecting the leaders of that bureaucracy.  The diversity in the views of the 7 billion of us on this planet are too vast.

http://globalguerrillas.typepad.com/globalguerrillas/2013/02/life-in-a-networked-age-.html

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