Tag Archives: socialpractices

What I’m reading 11 Mar 2018 – 21 Apr 2018

What I’m reading 29 Oct 2017 – 6 Feb 2018

What I’m reading 11 May 2017 through 16 May 2017

What I’m reading 28 May 2015 through 9 Jun 2015

  • Re-imagining Twitter – Example of how making it complex changes its potential. There's nothing intuitive about categories and stories: they are social concepts imported to bootstrap connection. What they do is make contextual information explicit rather than implicit. That adds to what can be carried by 140 characters. Ease of use gives way to augmentation. The link to lowercase capital in the subhead of the article is both a prominent move and a declaration of alignment (calling attention to itself *because* it's in the subhead). If we make it more complex, more people will use it! – (augmentation twitter socialmedia socialpractices erhetoric )
  • What’s Your Algorithmic Citizenship? | Citizen Ex – A Chrome extension that records (locally) the physical location of the servers that hold the sites you visit. We have defined identity by place and origin. What happens when we become visitors? A DH project by James Bridle, co-commissioned by The space and the Southbank Centre. I'm in. – (DH identity geolocation geopsycology )
  • Writing, Unteachable or Mistaught? – – (comp_theory )

bookmarks for May 8th, 2012 through May 9th, 2012

bookmarks for April 8th, 2011

bookmarks for November 5th, 2010 through November 6th, 2010

bookmarks for September 8th, 2010 through September 14th, 2010