He shared some interesting insights including:
- You cannot rely on the end goal being incentive enough to encourage individuals to cooperate on achieving the end goal
- Design so that incremental participation results in incremental gains
- Provide tools that enable intended participants to construct their own evidentary rationales for participating
- Rather than trying to develop solutions to individual problems, construct means for actions in two seemingly unrelated domains to benefit each other
- A public spectacle is engaging, requires no long-term commitment. It encourages people to observe, ask questions and occasionally, even to participate
- Create social projects complex enough that a single individual cannot explain it to others, forcing participants to work together to find solutions.
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