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Reflections: Dipti Mandalia

1. I know we have read a lot of papers on these theories, but when I look at applying the concepts of "Distributed Cognition" and "Social Creativity" I always get confused between the two. I would appreciate an explicit clarification on these.

2. Question regarding Eric's talk In his talk Eric mentioned that "motivation" is an issue in promoting open systems. So if we look at and compare it to say Expert Exchange, is maintained by "experts" who are paid to maintain the site, while expert exchange is an open system. However we know for sure that Expert Exchange is way better than So can we generalise and say that if the "interest" of the CoI maintaining an open system is "good enough" or "motivating enough" then open source concept always works better?

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