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Tools for Dialogue and Deliberation on Wicked Problems

Wired has an article related to seasteading, complete with a link to an online 300-page book on the subject. A quick glance at the book suggests it might be organized in such a fashion that it could be the target of issue mapping exercises from which a number of important issues related to the larger global sensemaking domain.

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Comment by Andy Streich on May 24, 2008 at 1:39
Comment by George E. Mobus on May 25, 2008 at 4:44
I'll pop over there to add my $0.02, but I have noticed that in a process like this one, it often is a good idea to focus on analysis of issues in the main. What are the problems and how can we discuss/support discussion to find out what is really wrong first, look for solutions later. The subject of seasteading might be interesting, but topics like this (hints of possible solutions) seem to bring out the early assumptions by several parties and get us off track in the main discussion.
Comment by Mark Szpakowski on May 26, 2008 at 19:14
FYI, discussion forum posts are editable for 15 minutes after posting (the whole body of the post is clickable by the author), but apparently not comments on blog entries. If that's the case, I would consider it a bug.

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