Just reread the last chapter of The Cluetrain Manifesto, specifically the very last paragraph of the book. This should have been the very first paragraph of the book.
Imagine a world where everyone was constantly learning, a world where what you wondered was more interesting than what you knew, and curiosity counted for more than certain knowledge. Imagine a world where what you gave away was more valuable than what you held back, where joy was not a dirty word, where play was not forbidden after your eleventh birthday. Imagine a world in which the business of business was to imagine worlds people might actually want to live in someday. Imagine a world created by the people, for the people not perishing from the earth forever. Yeah.
This definitely gives hints as to what this new culture should be.