posted on Oct, 27 2007 @ 06:29 PM
I think the word puzzle may be difficult. Though all the words have not appeared in a single post is not a reason to yield anything as truly given or
taken. That word engine which seems OK, may not be giving the best resuilts as we may have assumptions that although are seemingly reasonable may not,
in fact, be accurate at all.
Has anyone gotten a single word that has not been given as yet? Yes, just not all in one post and not acknowledged with specificity.
What if we plug in only the known words and bust up the page into manageable hunks share it out and look carefully for the correct terms to complete
the puzzle? They should be there if...
If that doesn't work then we either have the wrong tool or the wrong assumptions. I feel we may be missing something obvious. I will check the
"ever-changing tease site" a little later. Is William Irvine a published author? Under a pseudonym?
Doing a bit more digging on crowd sourcing, nothing of note, but I found some stuff on Krubski.com that "smells" about right
"It's a new world 'out there' and now, finally, there's a new tool to understand it", from Krubski.com
James Surowiecki leads a bunch of places... the words have already "all" been used on this thread - Springer said so. It brings up a recurring
Surowiecki theme, too much communication can have it's hazards. There are four central themes he has as central for the overall topic, most seem
sensible on the surface but it is only one person's professional opinion. Others seem to sell the same or similar notions but with a different
contextual and cultural lens.
It seems to have a unification of the virtual here and the real-world here but across the diversity of the user-base for a common purpose(s). The
intelligent leverage of that shared goal set might be the key.
Flic's here, out for Pizza for about an hour.
[edit on 27-10-2007 by Mira_of_lurk0more]