Haven't quite figured out whether Andrius Kulikauskas is genius or doomed dreamer. But this struck me :
There is a need for design, now rather than later, that treats the people with the worst access as the most valuable people, the ones that we should work hardest to include.
It's quite an idea to assume the worst connected are the most valuable. In what ways might this be true? Because they're the majority? Because they have the smallest microvalue? Because they're in the slowest networks?
Caring about Thinking: Social Networking Kit