“Sharing has become a common phenomenon that has long surpassed the “nerd” stage. Web content is shared in a way and with a volume we have never seen before. With just a few mouse clicks, we place our stuff in an endless display.
On the next level of cooperation, we construct new knowledge and information. We share this, often for free, with the rest of the world. Wikipedia is a prime example of this: a huge source of knowledge on millions of topics. To date, the quality is quite good, because usually, a group of diverse users conscientiously enrich the wiki pages. There are people who are writing Twitter novels together. And, think of software like Google Docs, which enables people to create documents, spreadsheets, or presentations together. Organizations are building their own wikis. In this way, their own knowledge is literally “up in the air,” and can be used by colleagues wherever they are. This is how organizations can become increasingly self-developed. When knowledge and information are shared, there arises a new sort of ‘power to the people’.” Society 3.0 (2014)
That is the reason why we came up with the Society 3.0 publisher. An easy but powerful tool to share your story.