This is just an example, to demonstrate the points I was making in consolidate information.
A few things to note about it:
- It's relatively short.
- It's plainly spoken.
- It makes references to other, memorable titles.
- It teaches an idea, and it tells a story.
- It delegates other ideas to other pages.
These factors, working together, work towards making a learning and construction environment, which is a particular purpose that I'm persuing here.
Using this page, you can now teach people, anywhere on the Internet, about what these ideas mean, and they can follow them back up to here.
And, you have established LinkLanguage that we can use here, to build up our ideas, to debate them, to discover, to figure out just what exactly it is that we mean.
For instance, "social identity" is a distinct concept, as is "social technology," and they are very reusable in the other contexts on this wiki.
See? We atomize the concepts. That's wiki. That's what wiki is good at. It's not just a hard technology, it is also a soft technology. Wiki affords that, it "invites" this kind of interaction, by it's design.
LionKimbro 21:59, 8 March 2006 (UTC)
Thanks Lion, for this and your other comments! Equinox 16:54, 9 March 2006 (UTC)