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hive mind

Group think. The Web is said to influence millions of people and create a hive mentality.
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Your first job is to work out what's happened to the FBC's staff, most of whom are dangling in mid-air chanting some hive-mind mumbo jumbo (the audio design is excellent throughout, creating a rich soundscape that's every bit as engrossing as the visuals).
If the nest is remote and easily avoided, it might be simpler to wait out the season than risk the wrath of the hive-mind, though consider potential consequences for curious children or pets.
Tiny bits of micro information, that, when aggregated, can be used to unleash society's' hive-mind power to build smarter cities, run more efficient businesses and improve decision-making processes, from healthcare to economic policies.
Being the first to resort to physical violence automatically forfeits you any moral higher ground that you might have thought you had the absence of a physical retaliation, which is what happened here, seals that deal.bsac-850950-1747019557-place Yet, in the hive-mind of the PTIs supporters, Haqs actions were something to be applauded.
And when angry people pack into partisan forums, where anything could arguably be fiction and the hive-mind rules all, you're bound to see the most dramatic, inane reaches of our political freefall.
Synopsis: With the lyrical precision in the pages of "Hive-Mind: A Memoir" by Gabrielle Myers (Associate Professor of English at San Joaquin Delta College, Stockton, California) takes us on a Northern California idyll--an internship at the Tip Top Farm and Produce in Vacaville.
Is there a way that you guys can fix this, so that non-members of the hive-mind can participate?
The sardonic opening chapter, told from the outsider perspective of other residents in the neighborhood, is reserved, wry, semi-ironic; it's as much a picture of the community's hive-mind as it is of the Berglunds.
It seems like everyone's talking about free information again: The old meme that "information wants to be free" appears to be recycling in the web's hive-mind. I am still not convinced that information cares one way or the other, but I do know that content owners and providers have widely divergent views on whether or how they should be compensated.
I went for lunch and by the time I got back the hive-mind of the girls had devised an advertising campaign that would work on TV and billboards...
He invokes the mantra of "expectations" which he ascribes to Keynes's General Theory; but Friedman thinks of "expectations" as the unified single "expectation" of the hive-mind, not the heterogeneous uncoordinated expectations of Keynes's individual market participants.
We are building nodes in what could  be described as hive-mind humanity.