By tapping into social networks, online sources of information,
and digital communities, it is increasingly feasible, MIT’s Ito
points out, for an individual to tackle a large challenge or question,
or to launch an initiative or movement. One can do so relatively
quickly by “pulling resources—answers, expert advice, partners,
sources of funding, inj uence—from the network as you need it.”
However, “the main way you pull support from the network is by
querying it. And you need to understand how to frame the questions
to get the best response.”
Take a look at this amazing book: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1797 … l-question
In light of this, there’s never been a better time to be a questioner—because
it is so much easier now to begin a journey of
inquiry, with so many places you can turn for information, help,
ideas, feedback, or even to & nd possible collaborators who might
be interested in the same question.
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