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Matthew Fuller asked:
"How can social software projects establish the conditions for other forms of knowledge to become manifest and active in the use of the digital objects they make available? To put it in another way, what happens to the special understanding the poppy farmer, the food manufacturer and the architect have about the object they take part in generating when you find an object that links them: say, a few wraps of heroin hidden from moisture in a crisp packet and from sight between loose bricks in a wall in the pub?"(from Read_me 2004 edition, p. 36)
He also introduced two types of social software: Nine: http://9.waag.org/ and
Opus Commons: http://opus.walkerart.org/