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October 19, 2004

Example of socio-technical capital in action

Ages ago I signed up to a mailing list with perhaps the over optimistic wish on the part of its founder that there was the critical mass of European interest in the idea of socio-technical capital: very roughly a development of the concept of social capital in which the stocks of capital may be enhanced or stored through the use of technology.

Imagine my surprise, therefore when the following email heading popped into my inbox:

'[socio-technical-EU] I'm bored and on my cam. (19 Fem Pic) Someone talk to me...'

An example of socio-technical capital in action, perchance? (Or an attempt by Will Daviesto generate a wider membership?)

October 19, 2004 in Web/Tech | Permalink


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