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I built this slide for the Social Software and Tagging Workshop at the IA Konfrenz in Stuttgart earlier in November.

 

Yes, the credit card colors circles will change.

 

Using Karin Knorr Cetina's "Object-centered sociality" as the base (identity and object are the core elements of social software) I built-in the remaining core elements: presence, sharing, reputation, groups, relationships, conversation, actions, and collaboration.

 

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Social Software provides a new paradigm to connect everything in a Scale Free space. It’s also a model of universal 6-degree of separation. More and more real people will join this land to enable more Social Capital accumulation.

Social software schematic, early 2008.

Updated from previous version.

This is related to the Elements of Social Software, which shows the relationship (those tightly related to identity are blue while the others are identity and object focussed). The elements are not a checklist but a logical order, which can stop at any point moving upward. But, if a service is offering something toward the top and not accounting for the all the elements below it, there is likely a good reason the service is not working optimally.

 

The most difficult bit in this to account for in any digital system is reputation.

 

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I was really hoping the cover would look like this.

Making these covers is too much fun!

 

This one was inspired by this entry and used this pulp cover as the base image.

 

Library 2.0 is...Science!

I am now an External Lecturer at ITU

10/13/14 Future of PR and Social Software event with Cision/Vocus at Jack Rose Dining Saloon.

 

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Photo by Geoff Livingston

10/13/14 Future of PR and Social Software event with Cision/Vocus at Jack Rose Dining Saloon in Washington, D.C.

 

Stay connected with news for communicators in the mid-Atlantic at Capitol Communicator, www.capitolcommunicator.com.

 

Photo by Geoff Livingston

10/13/14 Future of PR and Social Software event with Cision/Vocus at Jack Rose Dining Saloon in Washington, D.C.

 

Stay connected with news for communicators in the mid-Atlantic at Capitol Communicator, www.capitolcommunicator.com.

 

Photo by Geoff Livingston

Social Software Honeycomb by Gene Smith of Nform (http://www.nform.ca/publications/social-software-building-block). Social software must "specialize" in specific areas, rather than trying to do it all. IAs can play a strategic role in analyzing the components of social software in relation to business drivers.

The senate itself - only seen by people thinking out of the blog

10/13/14 Future of PR and Social Software event with Cision/Vocus at Jack Rose Dining Saloon. More in the News section of Capitol Communicator, www.capitolcommunicator.com.

 

Stay connected with news for communicators in the mid-Atlantic at Capitol Communicator, www.capitolcommunicator.com.

  

Photo by Geoff Livingston

almost the same as: www.flickr.com/photos/mansszat/144288934/

I add the user relations arrow

 

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Dieses Rätsel habe ich für den Abschlusstest einer Lehrveranstaltung, die ich halte, kreiert.

I created this crossword for an examination in a course about social software I teach.

katrin verclas holds forth on mobile community dynamics

Edumedia 2006 Salzburg - "Social Skills durch Social Software"

Edumedia 2006 Salzburg - "Social Skills durch Social Software"

Edumedia 2006 Salzburg - "Social Skills durch Social Software"

Social tools inside organizations need four components to be done well: Tools, interface for ease of use, sociality (how people connect & social interaction), and encouraging use (providing conceptual models for people using the tools). Focussing on just the tools or technology runs far too short when considering tools and how social tools fit in an organization.

 

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Edumedia 2006 Salzburg - "Social Skills durch Social Software"

Edumedia 2006 Salzburg - "Social Skills durch Social Software"

Edumedia 2006 Salzburg - "Social Skills durch Social Software"

The database is a choas. A folksonomt doesn't have a topview. Important is the moment of particpation.

 

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Sometimes a simple little image can tell a big story!

 

From Feedburner's November 21, 2005 RSS and Blogs report.

  

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This is the Big Tent Denver description though it was much more an open discussion than a talk. I took video of most of it and will try to get some online soon, but here is a short video he did after the session

 

www.jackandjillpolitics.com/2008/08/dnc08-chris-hughes-of...

 

Changing the Landscape: the Impact of Social Technology on the 2008 Presidential Election

 

Location: Fifth Floor:Open Space

Time: 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM (MST)

 

Facilitator: Chris Hughes, Obama for President

 

This talk will focus on the impact of social technology on websites -- how we are breaking out of the mold of the traditional campaign website and extending the possibilities for what supporters can do. In the past, campaigns have only been able to provide information about a candidate and then ask supporters to simply sign up to volunteer or donate.

 

In the new model, supporters can immediately connect with others and work to coordinate their actions in their local communities and beyond. The scope of what a supporter can do online has significantly widened, which is very good news for campaigns that are serious about empowering supporters to self-organize. We'll talk specifically about what tools the Obama campaign has developed to make this work possible.

 

His mybarackobam profile

 

my.barackobama.com/page/dashboard/public/gG5XTC

 

He talked about

 

voteforchange.com

 

Neighbor to Neighbor

 

my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/johngriswold/gGx4sc

 

the Grassroots Finance Committee

 

my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/chrishughesattheca...

  

The Facebooker Who Friended Obama

 

www.nytimes.com/2008/07/07/technology/07hughes.html

 

The next session was on Trick or Vote and a few of them came in as Hughes talked to people after the session

 

trickorvote.org

This is the Big Tent Denver description though it was much more an open discussion than a talk. I took video of most of it and will try to get some online soon, but here is a short video he did after the session with Jill Tubman/Cheryl Contee of Jack and Jill Politics

 

www.jackandjillpolitics.com/2008/08/dnc08-chris-hughes-of...

 

Changing the Landscape: the Impact of Social Technology on the 2008 Presidential Election

 

Location: Fifth Floor:Open Space

Time: 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM (MST)

 

Facilitator: Chris Hughes, Obama for President

 

This talk will focus on the impact of social technology on websites -- how we are breaking out of the mold of the traditional campaign website and extending the possibilities for what supporters can do. In the past, campaigns have only been able to provide information about a candidate and then ask supporters to simply sign up to volunteer or donate.

 

In the new model, supporters can immediately connect with others and work to coordinate their actions in their local communities and beyond. The scope of what a supporter can do online has significantly widened, which is very good news for campaigns that are serious about empowering supporters to self-organize. We'll talk specifically about what tools the Obama campaign has developed to make this work possible.

 

His mybarackobama profile

 

my.barackobama.com/page/dashboard/public/gG5XTC

 

He talked about

 

voteforchange.com

 

Neighbor to Neighbor

 

my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/johngriswold/gGx4sc

 

the Grassroots Finance Committee

 

my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/chrishughesattheca...

  

The Facebooker Who Friended Obama

 

www.nytimes.com/2008/07/07/technology/07hughes.html

 

The next session was on Trick or Vote and a few of them came in as Hughes talked to people after the session

 

trickorvote.org

visualizing my bookmarks in dogear's tag explorer. These are the tags associated with the technology tag. (large size) This should give an insight into my interests and the topics I tend to read and write about when it comes to technology

  

Based on 347 bookmarks created between September 15 2004 and June 2 2007

 

Frisson de Folksonomie

 

Dogear was the immediate precursor to Wordle

A graphic of Luis Suarez fight against useless work emails.

At Microsoft UK, London, 13th June 2011

A documentary on Facebook airing on CNBC Jan 6, 2011 is using one of my photographs of Chris Hughes (who is interviewed) when he was working on Obama's campaign.

 

Facebook Obsession

 

facebookobsession.cnbc.com

 

It is either the photo above or this one

 

www.flickr.com/photos/ari/2812099328/

 

He recently launched Jumo, " a social network connecting individuals and organizations who want to change the world."

 

www.jumo.com

 

chrishughes.tumblr.com

 

Another photo I took during the discussion was in Rick Smolan 's book, The Obama Time Capsule

 

www.flickr.com/photos/ari/2811241921/

  

Original caption

 

This is the Big Tent Denver description though it was much more an open discussion than a talk. I took video of most of it and will try to get some online soon, but here is a short video he did after the session with Jill Tubman/Cheryl Contee of Jack and Jill Politics

 

www.jackandjillpolitics.com/2008/08/dnc08-chris-hughes-of...

 

Changing the Landscape: the Impact of Social Technology on the 2008 Presidential Election

 

Location: Fifth Floor:Open Space

Time: 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM (MST)

 

Facilitator: Chris Hughes, Obama for President

 

This talk will focus on the impact of social technology on websites -- how we are breaking out of the mold of the traditional campaign website and extending the possibilities for what supporters can do. In the past, campaigns have only been able to provide information about a candidate and then ask supporters to simply sign up to volunteer or donate.

 

In the new model, supporters can immediately connect with others and work to coordinate their actions in their local communities and beyond. The scope of what a supporter can do online has significantly widened, which is very good news for campaigns that are serious about empowering supporters to self-organize. We'll talk specifically about what tools the Obama campaign has developed to make this work possible.

 

His mybarackobam profile

 

my.barackobama.com/page/dashboard/public/gG5XTC

 

He talked about

 

voteforchange.com

 

Neighbor to Neighbor

 

my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/johngriswold/gGx4sc

 

the Grassroots Finance Committee

 

my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/chrishughesattheca...

  

The Facebooker Who Friended Obama

 

www.nytimes.com/2008/07/07/technology/07hughes.html

 

The next session was on Trick or Vote and a few of them came in as Hughes talked to people after the session

 

trickorvote.org

At Microsoft UK, London, 13th June 2011

Flickr has recently launched a new Flickr Stats feature, giving users the opportunity to see for the first time where their traffic is coming from and other interesting data.

 

See blog post for review

Text adapted by me from the lead paragraphs of Wikipedia articles. Thank you Jimbo Wales! Thank you Wikipedians.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facebook

Farcebook is a social shafting website operated and privately owned by Farcebook, Inc. Since September 2006, anyone over the age of 3 with a valid e-mail address can become a Farcebooker. Farcebookers can add fwends, send them flapdoodle and silly messages, update their personal pwofiles to baffle their fwends with more hot air, poke one another and throw cakes and cows at each other. Additionally farcebookers can join shamworks organized by workshaft, schoolshaft, or frat cluster. The website's name stems from the colloquial name for confetti given to jokers at the false start of the academic year by university dicks in charge aimed at helping novice farceurs to shaft each other better.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MySpace

Myface is a group adulation website. Its headquarters are on Fantasy Island, California, US, where it shares an office building with its overlord, Mews Corp. Digital Media, owned by Mews Corporation. Myface became the most abused social shafting site in the United States in June 2006. According to popScore, Myface was overtaken internationally by its main competitor, Farcebook, in April 2008. Myface employs 10 peeple, after laying off 90% of its workforce in June 2009; the company does not disclose revenues or profits separately from Mews Corporation. The 100th account was created on August 9, 2006, in the Netherlands.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twitter

Titter is a social guffawing and microlaffing service that enables its well-paid clients to send and read wisecrackes and pranks known as teets. Teets are joke-based puns of up to 140 characters displayed on the satirist's stage and delivered to the satirist's subscribers, known as wall klowns. Misanthropes can restrict joke delivery to those in their circle of clodhoppers, or, by default, allow open access. Since late 2009, buffoons can follow lists of cavilers instead of following individual jokesmiths. All blockheads can send and receive teets via the Titter website Short Pun Service (SPS), or external speakers with ultra-tweety sound. While Titter itself costs nothing but laffing gas to use, accessing it through SPS may incur annoying fone charges. Since its creation in 2006 by The Joker and Catwoman, Titter has gained notoriety and popularity thruout the solar system. It is sometimes described as the "SPS of the galaxy." The use of Titter for sending and receiving gags by external buffoonery often eclipses direct use of Titter.

 

myface font = Skirt bold, designed by Ray Larabie.

At Microsoft UK, London, 13th June 2011

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