"We can talk all we want about tools and protocols, mandates and rewards. But what we are really asking ourselves to do is start to behave like a network brain, a hive mind. Not a bunch of individuals who are required to dump their knowledge into the pot."
- Information behaviour, an interdisciplinary perspective by Tom Wilson and Christina Walsh, from the British Library Research and Innovation Report 10, 1996.
"We are drawing on social networking sites, blogs, RSS aggregators, bookmarklets, toolbars, extensions, plug-ins. Some people may be developing elaborate digital identities, a personal 'bricolage' of network services. Others are less actively constructive (...)"
- A Historical View of Context (2004) Chalmer , Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Vol 13 (3-4), pp. 223 - 247.
- Bannon & Bødker (1997) "Constructing Common Information Spaces.“, in Proceedings of the European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, ECSCW'97, pp. 81-96.
- Concept map of the discipline of information science, from www.ics.ltsn.ac.uk/ pub/italics/ issue1/stephens/009.htm