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Definitionen von Howard Rheingold

Auf dieser Seite sind alle im Biblionetz vorhandenen Definitionen von Howard Rheingold aufgelistet.

analog
  • performing calculation by means of measurement
    von Howard Rheingoldim Buch Tools for Thought (1985) im Text The First Programmer Was a Lady
Digitalisierung
  • performing calculation by means of counting
    von Howard Rheingoldim Buch Tools for Thought (1985) im Text The First Programmer Was a Lady
Social accounting systems
  • Social accounting tools suggest methods and structures to measure social connectedness and establish trust among large communities of strangers, building reputation along dimensions that are appropriate to a specific context and creating a visible history of individual behavior within a community.
    von Howard Rheingold, Andrea Saveri, Kathi Vianin der Broschüre Technologies of Cooperation (2005)
  • Social accounting systems are mechanisms for building trust among strangers and reducing the risk of transactions. They include formal rating systems, automatic referral systems, and collaborative filtering to establish the reputation of individuals and organizations as well as products and knowledge.
    von Howard Rheingold, Andrea Saveri, Kathi Vianin der Broschüre Technologies of Cooperation (2005)
social software
  • Social software makes explicit, amplifies, and extends many of the informal cooperative structures and processes that have evolved as part of human culture, providing the tools and awareness to guide people in intelligently constructing and managing these processes to specific ends.
    von Howard Rheingold, Andrea Saveri, Kathi Vianin der Broschüre Technologies of Cooperation (2005)
  • Social software is a set of tools that enable group-forming networks to emerge quickly. It includes numerous media, utilities, and applications that empower individual efforts, link individuals together into larger aggregates, interconnect groups, provide metadata about network dynamics, flows, and traffic, allowing social networks to form, clump, become visible, and be measured, tracked, and interconnected.
    von Howard Rheingold, Andrea Saveri, Kathi Vianin der Broschüre Technologies of Cooperation (2005) auf Seite 27
Wiki
  • Wikis are easy-to-edit group Web pages. They enable groups to create large, selfcorrecting knowledge repositories like Wikipedia. Anyone can edit any article; a complete archive of previous versions makes it easy to restore old versions, so it’s easy to repair errors and vandalism.
    von Howard Rheingold, Andrea Saveri, Kathi Vianin der Broschüre Technologies of Cooperation (2005)