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Are blogs and other emerging technologies changing the face of politics? Extreme Democracy is a collection of writings about the impact of technology on the political process. Authors include Steven Johnson, Joi Ito, David Weinberger, Jay Rosen, Mitch Ratcliffe, Jon Lebkowsky, danah boyd, and many others. Jon Lebkowsky discusses Extreme Democracy in an interview on the WEL ...more
Paperback, 372 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Lulu Press
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Andreas
Nov 11, 2008 Andreas rated it liked it
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An interesting set of reflections on democracy in the digital age. The book is built on two central themes. One is the notion of "Emergent Democracy" - that is the combination of Emergence found in complex biological and social systems with Democracy: How can new social software enable us to make democracy emergent?

The other recurring theme is evaluation and learnings from Howard Dean's 2004 presidential campaign - the first campaign to build a bottom-up grassroots movement on the Internet. See
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