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"Revolution doesn't happen when society adopts new technologies--it happens when society adopts new behaviors"
If you have ever wondered why Facebook is such a big deal or nodded knowingly at an editorial nattering about the triviality of Twitter, you'd better read this book.
In "Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations" Clay Shirky demonstrates that social media tools dramatically cut the cost of organization, creating huge numbers of new groups.
But Mr. Shirky is far more interested in what these groups are doing than what trendy tools they use, and that focus makes this book a landmark. Flash mobs that started in New York as performance art become highly effective political protest in Leipzig, creating "...what economists would call a positive supply-side shock to the amount of freedom in the world."
It is easier for groups to form without social approval: Pro-Ana girls (pro-anorexics) support each other online. "Group communication is far more resilient than it has ever been...which will force society from preventing groups from forming to actively deciding which existing ones to oppose".
Anyone interested in group behavior--police, marketers, parents--will finish this book with a solid grip on how social tools help create and sustain groups and the behaviors that interest them.
Clay Shirky has a first-class mind and this book is a great introduction. He also has many articles and videos on the web. Get to know this insightful man.
I found the book, "Radical" to be both inspiring and challenging. I had heard others mention the book and was wondering what the big deal is with this book. I had heard before, from friends that traveled and ministered in other countries that people in these countries viewed "us" Americans of having our own version of Christianity.
This book will make you think and challenge your own views of your personal faith. The book, "Radical" will make you asks the question," Is this belief based on the bible or on an Americanized view of what the bible says." We have seen how so many ministries today in the United States are so focused on money and desire things like the big houses, planes and building the biggest fancy church building they can, all of which has turn off the unbelievers. We need to consider what a true bible based Christian ministry really should be.
I would recommend this book for all Christians.
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