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Binding Chaos – Stigmergy

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Kevin Flanagan
25th October 2013

Part 2 of our series from Binding Chaos the new book by Heather Marsh is the chapter on Stigmergy.

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For Part 1 see blog.p2pfoundation.net/society-vs-dissociation/2013/10/21

Abstract from Binding Chaos, the new book by Heather Marsh @GeorgieBC

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