Recovering from the heat and intensive human contact of Cambridge and London. Next to the time with friends and a tiny bit of sightseeing we went to Microsoft Research Socio-Digital Systems group, e-mint event on communities and blogs with Nancy White and Headshift.
Some things to remember:
- how people get into blogging <- don’t skip legitimate peripheral participation
- archiving as identity construction in To have and to hold: exploring the personal archive
- Nancy’s three types of blog communities: person-centric, topic-centric/distributed, “walled” (see also more detailed notes by David Wilcox )
- see what comes out of interviews by Robin Hamman
- all kinds of things on peripheral awareness, its effects and their intentional enrichment, connecting ambient knowledge thinking and bunnies of guys at Headshift, peripheral ink display and other cool tools of Socio-Digital Systems and my own thinking on unexpected knowledge sharing
- what if you job is about connecting the dots?
Hmm, this post seems to escape categorisation…
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