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Hoem Blogtalk 2008

  1. 1. Memoz quot;Spatial webloggingquot; jon.hoem@hib.no BlogTalk 2008
  2. 2. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Memoz: Spatial webpublishing
  3. 3. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Memoz texts images videos animations yellow quot;stickersquot; maps All presented in a sclable interface where objects can be placed freely
  4. 4. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Memoz Memory organizer in tribute to Vannevar Bush's memex memory extender
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  6. 6. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Nettet Information overflow Et sted vi går til ... ... eller et sted vi er? or potential?
  7. 7. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 let's hold on to the potential for learning but how to organize online information and make it (re)findable
  8. 8. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Parts of the solution are searchengines tagging-services social networks wikis and weblogs etc
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  10. 10. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Vannevar Bush (1945) Selection by association, rather than indexing trail blazers those who find delight in the task of establishing useful trails through the enormous mass of the common record
  11. 11. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 What do trails look like on the Web?
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  17. 17. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Most existing tools organize information in topics and sequences they can be linked and shared but follow atextual logic where one thing follows the other...
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  19. 19. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 images are different
  20. 20. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Battle between Carnival and Lent - Pieter Bruegel
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  22. 22. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Space, place and memory Ars memoriae - the art of memory Giulio Camillo Delmino L'idea del Theatro (1550) Mapping content in a virtual space located in recognizable places
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  24. 24. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 weblogs organize information temporally
  25. 25. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 how does temporality support mental maps?
  26. 26. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 A mental map refer to an individual perception of an environment The concept of mental maps have been widely used to think about navigation in hypertexts.
  27. 27. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 The City Image Paths forms a network of minor routes, mostly used by those who have local knowledge Districts areas that share some characteristics that are easily identified Edges lines that divides districts Landmarks objects that can be used as points of reference Nodes places of a break in transportation, a crossing or convergence of paths Kevin Lynch, The Image of the City , 1960
  28. 28. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Story and places As far as I'm concerned, the loss of place is a lost quality in movies. It comes with a loss of reality, a loss of identity. Maybe it is a European distinction to have more of a sense of place. Of course, there are more borders, more languages, more national identities. Wim Wenders http://www.dga.org/news/v28_4/craft_wendersplaces.php3
  29. 29. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Variation of mindmaps Content structured in space http://www2.skolenettet.no/journalist/5.htm http://www.steinbo-dialog.no/dialog4.asp http://piczo.com
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  32. 32. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 The Geoweb
  33. 33. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Virtual spaces
  34. 34. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Memoz memory spatial organizing
  35. 35. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Example: Film history
  36. 36. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Example: Working with text
  37. 37. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Example: Places along the Berlin wall
  38. 38. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Example: Analysing The Nightwatch
  39. 39. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Example: The world's environment
  40. 40. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Memoz - movable and scalable –––Any object can be placed freely Navigator –––––––––––––––––––
  41. 41. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Memoz - add text, images, animations, videos and maps
  42. 42. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Memoz - media archive Mediearkiv
  43. 43. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Memoz - allow comments
  44. 44. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Memoz - using Google maps Reference to KML-files
  45. 45. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 That's nice, but is this blogging?
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  50. 50. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Jörn Barger (1997) quot;... a weblogger (sometimes called a blogger or a pre-surfer) logs all the other webpages she finds interesting.quot;
  51. 51. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 Arguably the weblog's most important features are usability, the personal voice, and the hypertextual connetions to, and feedback from other publicists. Chronological sequencing of posts is a technical feature! One can speak about weblogging even without sequencing. From this follows that spatial weblogging makes sense
  52. 52. Jon.Hoem@hib.no - 2008 http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Torah_and_jad.jpg http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/2102790208/ http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Torah_and_jad.jpg http://www.dga.org/news/v28_4/craft_wendersplaces.php3

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