Journal: Human-Centered Computing (Not…)

Analysis, Augmented Reality, Civil Society, Collective Intelligence, Counter-Oppression/Counter-Dictatorship Practices, info-graphics/data-visualization, InfoOps (IO), IO Multinational, Open Government, Reform

Human-centered computing should be–but is not today–about connecting all humans with all information in near-real-time, while providing back office tools that elevate the human brain and more properly plan information and communications technologies in a support role.  See for example our Citizen-Centered Graphics and all of the OSS/EIN Books.  Where the emergent meme is off-target is in focusing on the relationship of the computer to the individual, rather than the whole.  Hacking Humanity is the new meme.


Human-Centered Computing (Wikipedia)
Human-Centered Computing Cluster (HCC)
Human-Centered Computing in Education (Links)
Human-Centered Computing: A Multi-Media Perspective (PDF circa 2005)


Review: The World Is Open–How Web Technology Is Revolutionizing Education
Review: Making Learning Whole–How Seven Principles of Teaching can Transform Education
Review (Guest): Cognitive Surplus–Creativity and Generosity in a Connected Age
2010: Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Trilogy Updated
Review: Holistic Darwinism: Synergy, Cybernetics, and the Bioeconomics of Evolution
Review: Consilience–the Unity of Knowledge
Review: The Unfinished Revolution–Human-Centered Computers and What They Can Do For Us
Review: Philosophy and the Social Problem–The Annotated Edition

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Worth a Look: Book Reviews on Technology & Web 2.0 to 4.0

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