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Joseph Logan

We-Think by Charles Leadbeater in the UK was done in a similar fashion, I think. I also recall him having to really work on the publisher to support the approach.


Bob -

Thanks for the props. It was great to be with you at Stanford on Thursday. It's always inspiring hanging out with the crew. I look forward to continuing the dialogue.


Phillip Kast

Just thought I'd mention that Lawrence Lessig's book Code used an open (I think) wiki to do the revision for the second edition a few years ago. Looks like details live here now:

I remember reading through the revisions at the time; it was very neat to see the depth of commentary! Flipped sounds like a cool project too.

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