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Smart Mobs: Technologies of Cooperation

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  1. Smart Mobs: Technologies of Cooperation • Orstom’s characteristics for self-governing & self-organizing groups • Clear boundaries (otherwise they become sites of disruption) • Rules match local needs/conditions (eg carrying capacity) • People affected by rules can also modify them (democratic) • Right to design rules respected by external authorities (state does not intrude) • Monitoring system for behavior (important for both punishment and commitment) • Graduated sanctions: recall forgiveness in TIT for TAT model • Easy access to conflict resolution mechanisms (sex in bonobos, • Marc Smith adds • Commitment to cooperate as important as punishment: esp for contingent cooperators • Good will itself can be a CPR • Social pressure can be more than just punishments: gossip, ritual behavior, etc.

  2. Smart Mobs: Technologies of Cooperation • Power of social networks expressed as rules of thumb (“laws” perhaps gilding lilly) • Sarnoff’s law: value of one-to-many broadcast network proportionate to number of viewers • Metcalfe’s Law: total value of network of nodes grows w/square of # of nodes • 2 connections 25 connections 144 connections