These are all good ideas:
Creating a "my" lucid. Using it as a blog, a portal, and a personal email/message center. Here one would have a public outbox where other could see all the messages that one has written to public forums. Adding threads. Allowing for dialog mapping. Adding all kinds of knowledge mining.
What I say, is that the best way to design such a package would probably be in an incremental + decentralized fashion. The first steps would be to add threads + a personal page to lucid. Then, blogs could be added to the personal pages. Later, more advanced mailing capabilities could be added. Finally, dialog mapping, which would be developed on a separate track, could be integrated into the system.
Great idea though. The resulting collaborative structure could pretty much become the global brain, which in my definition is a single world-wide forum where everyone constantly augments each others knowledge.
At 11:13 PM 9/23/01 -0700, Jack Park wrote:
Well, it had to happen. I've been musing about implementing something in
the Nexist theme that tries to learn as much as possible from my
experiences playing with Lucid Fried Eggs at http://www.memes.net
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