4. Blurring the physical and virtualworlds (blame mobile devices)
5. Intentions, interests: Explicit
6. All the world is data. And so are we. And all of our actions. http://www.hoganphoto.com/batsto_grist_mill.htm
7. Crazy abundance
8. More is different, but not new 1550-1750http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_the_history_of_ideas/toc/jhi64.1.html
10. What is different about information?Quantity: how many people can talk to (sharewith) each otherType: social, sensors & informationRepresentation: the “thing that points to anotherthing” is not human readable anymore(i.e. a cave painting of an animal=the animal itrepresents. Binary is abstracted representation formachines, not humans)Relationships: (power & control)(more on that in a bit)
11. How do we cope?
12. Through social means?
14. Social sensemaking and wayfinding in abundance and complexity
15. Social spaces and knowledge growth
17. “Peak Social”
18. UNSTRUCTURED Daily Crisis Sensemaking Mapping to New Existing Knowledge Knowledge STRUCTUREDINDIVIDUAL COLLECTIVE
19. Social and/versus big-data, machine-driven,patterning [inset buzzword] sensemaking
20. Event-Continual flow centredof information pattern recognition