Responses to Paper Airplane in the Blogosphere

Boris Mann, over at Bryght, has a great blog post on my project Paper Airplane, entitled "Paper Airplane: People, collaboration, and usability are first class citizens:"

"OK, Brad, you got me.

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Brad Neuberg left a drive by comment on a slightly older post of mine, with a little blurb about Paper Airplane. I like the single-sentence abstract, followed by three questions that start the introduction:

This paper describes a radical new vision of the World Wide Web and browsers that deeply embed collaboration and editing.

What if community and editing were a central and transparent part of the web and browsers?

What if the web was extremely integrated for usability, with instant messaging, site creation, the web server, and more all integrated into one whole?

What would this web look like if despite being integrated it was massively decentralized on a peer-to-peer network, able to exist and run without businesses or governments?

The whole paper, and the capabilities it describes, is worth a read."

Read more of Boris's comments.