I've been traveling in Central America for the past few weeks, so I'm late on blogging a number of things -- including this. Each year, EDGE.org 's John Brockman  asks a new question, and a bunch of tech/sci/internet folks reply. This year's question: What have you changed your mind about?
Science is based on evidence. What happens when the data change? How have scientific findings or arguments changed your mind?
I was one of the 165 participants, and wrote about what I learned from Boing Boing's community experiments, under the guidance of our community manager Teresa Nielsen Hayden : Link  to "Online Communities Rot Without Daily Tending By Human Hands ."
Here's a partial link-list of my favorite contributions from others:
Tor Nørretranders , W. Daniel Hillis , Ray Kurzweil , David Gelernter , Kai Krause , Clay Shirky , J. Craig Venter , Simon Baron-Cohen , Jaron Lanier , Martin Rees , Esther Dyson , Brian Eno , Yossi Vardi , Tim O'Reilly , Chris Anderson , Rupert Sheldrake ,Daniel C. Dennett , Aubrey de Grey , Nicholas Carr , Linda Stone , George Dyson ,Steven Pinker , Alan Alda , Stewart Brand , Sherry Turkle , Rudy Rucker ,Freeman Dyson , Douglas Rushkoff  .