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Jeff Stibel on the Internet as a Brain  (View post)

milivella [PersonRank 10]

Wednesday, August 13, 2008
15 years ago3,909 views

Really interesting interview.

I've asked myself a lot of times: can the way websites are linked give an insight about the way memories are stored in our neurons? The reference here to "semantic networks that enable memory" can be a trail I can follow to have the answer, I guess.

Marilynn. [PersonRank 1]

15 years ago #

Interesting questions. They really had me thinking about my own personal blogs and the links I have on there. I never considered seeing the internet as a brain until now.

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Andy Wong [PersonRank 10]

15 years ago #

I have an inner web, my brain; and I have an external brain, the web.

This is the subject of my blog at

Jack Johnson [PersonRank 1]

15 years ago #

Very interesting post! Mr. Stibel really has some incredible ideas, and opens up your mind to think about it.

I was reading about semantic web ( and I like how the author mentions that by "understanding the Semantic Web as a Web of data and ignoring the human's role in its success, we're drifting from that dream." The dream? all voices being heard and all thoughts being presented.

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