November 21, 2007
According to Joël de Rosnay, interviewed about his new book, The Pronetarian Revolution:
“Internet and especially the Web 2.0 allow the reinvention of participative methods founded on new relational technologies that could be of interest to the big institutions – notably European …
[You can] Trust the “Long Tail” of pronetarians to find innovative ways of communicating Europe using the new technologies of the Web 2.0. For example a political “MySpace” or a “Delicious” with tags, to rethink “citizens’ Europe” with the help of collaborative intelligence”
We’ve been toying with a number of ideas in this area – for example, a delicious-based ‘tag EUROPA’ project, which would use collective intelligence to make better sense of the EU’s labrythine site, or aggregating ‘Eurocauses’ on Facebook.
If you know of any projects in this space, add them below. Maybe we can get something started.blogarchitect