Nina will write a book
If you're going to try to have a long, focused internal conversation on a topic, then a text is a great way to do it. It gives readers the time to let thoughts occur and mature.
You always had such a way with words... you could make a book about assembling furniture fascinating. If you want to make the process participatory, I think a public Wiki that accompanies your book would work well.
There are lots of folks in the museum field looking for a resource that they can hold in their hands and say, "now I get what this participatory design stuff is about." That's what I want to create. The real question--related to Jerrry's comment--is how to make the book itself participatory...
would like to here more about this...penelope trunk says books aren't necessary, but she has a book...why write a book? i've been thinking about writing for a while. i'd probably need to write it as a collaboration. how about you?
get creative and set it up so your book sort of writes itself automatically as you do stuff