Howard Rheingold first came to the attention of the secret world when his book, Tools for Thinking, was integrated into Project George (Smiley) in the Office of Information Technoloigy. Independently of Diane Webb, whose articulation of CATALYST (Computer Aided Tools for the Analysis of Science and Technology) he defined human-centered and analytically-oriented computing. The US Govenrment STILL does not have serious analytic workstations today, nor do most. Organizations are stuck in Quadrant I (Knowledge Management) while individuals are playing around in Quadrant II (Social Networking. OSS and a handful of commercial practitioners have been in Quadrant III (External Direct Access) since 1995 or so, and we are all now getting ready to migrate to Quadrant IV (Organizational Intelligence).