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“The Tea Party has long been seen as self-organized to some extent, but it had the benefit (or curse) of deep pocketed funders and old political hands supporting and influencing it every step of the way.”
“In the ensuing months, the movement self-organized and coalesced into Coffee Party chapters in communities nationwide.”
“TEDxSMU A self-organized offshoot of the TED conference series, challenging old boundaries between art and science, dreaming and innovation.”
“He appealed to people on the internet and mustered an army of self-organized volunteers.”
“The rise of self-organized groups of people toppling once-entrenched regimes is a harbinger of things to come here in the U.S. too.”
“In a post-union world, Corporate America may no longer see the same old faces across the bargaining table but rather something much more frightening: brand new combinations and permutations of self-organized employees, customers and shareholders wielding more collective power than any institution in history ever has.”
“The aggregate result is the world's largest self-organized computer that has yet to crash.”
“The sciences of complexity call such periods as moments of 'self-organized criticality'.”
“Such critically self-organized systems might become catastrophically unstable if simultaneous impacts leave it unable to organize and maintain its self-organized state.”
“A self-organized mass like Occupy, in its early stages this was only the 7th week! hasn't learned how to deal with these things on their own and they shouldn't have to.”
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