Monthly Archives: August 2009

Personas

http://personas.media.mit.edu/personasWeb.html Personas demonstrates the computer’s uncanny insights and its inadvertent errors, such as the mischaracterizations caused by the inability to separate data from multiple owners of the same name. It is meant for the viewer to reflect on our current and future world, where digital histories are as important if not more important than oral [...]

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Thinking about online communities

http://michaelnielsen.org/blog/architecture-is-politics-community-building-and-the-success-of-wikipedia/ Dang, this is some pretty interesting writing about online communities (wikipedia in particular), and where they are going. There is a whole mess of links at the bottom of the page I will click on later when I have time.

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Human Printer

This is pretty cool! I want to have a human printer party now! http://thehumanprinter.wordpress.com/

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Sasquatch!

Sasquatch is using the same technology that powers the Reac-table and qr codes and stuff. http://www.livingsasquatch.com/

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experiential business cards

http://www.youmightfindyourself.com/post/153966550/business-cards-for-glammer-education-institute-of These are probably the most interesting business cards I’ve seen. I love that they not only get across the business the owner is in, but they give the receiver a little taste of what it’s all about. Very cool

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