There are some really good concepts in this post outlining three major design principles informing (and leading to) the success of the internet, drawn from a presentation buy Tim O'Reilly:
- Simplicity: “Standardize as little as possible, but as much as is needed so the system is able to evolve,” O’Reilly said.
- Generativity “Create an architecture of participation that leads to unexpected innovations and discoveries, and builds a new ecosystem of companies that add value to the network,”
- Robustness: Build “the ability to tolerate failure and degrade gracefully rather than catastrophically,” O’Reilly said.
See also the Industrial Internet slides.
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