This is interesting food for thought in 5:40 seconds. We know there have been flash mobs that lead to vandalism and muggings. We have seen international networks work to rescue people or foster hate crimes. We need to be thinking about the shifting ways people behave , the way people consume information and the complete distortion of time and scale that networks operate on. How does this change your thinking at the US State Department? How does this change the way you organize as a teacher in Wisconsin? What does this online and offline mixing mean to groups with 10,000 followers and friends? How do you convert attention to action? How is that engagement ladder changing in a world of flashmobs gone wrong?