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Innovation + Interaction Design, Human-Computer Interactivist /++
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mprove 19h
Es wäre spannend zu erfahren, wieviele Menschen die Suche auf der Seite (nicht) finden.
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mprove Dec 10
Replying to @interacting
more info at wired 1999
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mprove Dec 10
"Technology is neither good nor bad; nor is it neutral." –Melvin Kranzberg
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mprove Dec 9
Replying to @mprove
(6) Images are preferred over text (twitter > instagram). Video is preferred over images (instagram > tiktok).
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mprove Dec 9
Replying to @mprove
(5/n+1) Furthermore, the more you are exposed to timeline user interface, the more you start to think in chunks of micro updates. Reasoning become a burden. Reading and writing more than a small textbook becomes difficult.
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mprove Dec 9
Replying to @mprove
(4/++3) There are hardly any tools to work with timelines. No save; no edit functionality. No way to make any long time use of the content stream other than swiping through and get some inspiration now and then. (Sometimes u learn about new communities. That's nice though.)
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mprove Dec 9
Please take a moment to read 's Beyond the Box [2007] –at least the yellow highlighted text: And let's celebrate ! (3/3)
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mprove Dec 9
Replying to @onemanagency
How can we make progress in any discipline, or on any problem, if "everything" boils down to scattered puzzle pieces out of the big picture? This puzzles me ;o) (2/3)
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mprove Dec 9
Replying to @onemanagency
Hi Marvin The problem is –most of the time and for most of the social networks– that there is no context and no further links and no sense of the past. It is all for the moment; just for you to click the [Like] button. (1/3)
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mprove Dec 9
The timeline is the problem.
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mprove Dec 5
Replying to @manovich
Interesting to consider AI and big data as media.
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mprove Dec 5
Replying to @codingdavinci @cdvnord
Daten kann man vertonen mit dem –– Radioteleskop: Most unusual use of Data-Award :
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mprove Dec 4
Replying to @eekim
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mprove Dec 2
UX Roundtable mit ⁦⁩ über Szenographie bei DEPT
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mprove Dec 2
Replying to @M_K_Schumacher
IC, Du brauchtest Dein MobileCleverle, um das Foto mit Pfennigbaum zu schiessen.
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mprove Dec 2
/wrt plenty of broken links and that just praises the present stream of news snippets (aka the timeline), why do we still think that the Net does not forget?
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mprove Dec 2
Replying to @M_K_Schumacher
Bist Du die Mareike, die mal sagte, sie würde alles mit dem Tablet machen? Und wie "organisierst" Du die Verbreitung? Klappt’s?
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mprove Dec 1
Replying to @GSchimpf
What do you mean? /eg
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Chrono HH Dec 1
MT A new project by + combines 3 maps (1830, 1848, 1859) and the Koberger Bible (1483 ) to trace and pinpoint the stations of the voyage of the Israelites out of Egypt.
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mprove Nov 30
enjoy Comedian Movie Trailer
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