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  • 1. Networked Life, Networked Work When publishing and group forming is free Ton Zijlstra, PolitCamp Graz, May 2008
  • 2. Talking points New infrastructures A typical working day Quantitative changes, qualitative answers It’s not just technological, it’s societal
  • 3. 1. Mobile Communications
  • 4. 2. Internet
  • 5. A typical working day
  • 6. Getting up.... Check e-mail on mobile
  • 7. niet: bronnen Breakfast, 300 ppl
  • 8. Breakfast .... first presence updates (laptop and mobile)
  • 9. Project spaces with clients
  • 10. During commute What are they talking about today?
  • 11. During commute
  • 12. Arriving at location... ...I share my location.
  • 13. plazes.com
  • 14. With the client...
  • 15. On the road...
  • 16. MindMeister.com
  • 17. Work together = Create together
  • 18. Back home... ... my laptop shares my location... while I do an interview…. …in Second Life
  • 19. ...bookmarking things from todo list.
  • 20. Creating a presentation...
  • 21. Sharing the result immediately ...Slides are on-line for this presentation too. http://slideshare.net/tonzijlstra
  • 22. Write a blogpost
  • 23. Share future loc (PIC REPLACE WITH Share my future location ACTUAL)
  • 24. The tools I use http://tonzylstra.jaiku.com/ • Jaiku, what I do http://twitter.com/tonzylstra • Twitter, what I say I do http://plazes.com/users/1832 • Plazes, where I am http://www.dopplr.com/traveller/Ton • Dopplr, where I will be http://zylstra.org/blog/ http://www.slideshare.net/tonzijlstra • Blogs, what I think http://flickr.com/photos/tonz • Slideshare, what I talk about http://del.icio.us/Ton • Flickr, what I see • Delicious, what I read http://www.linkedin.com/in/tonzijlstra https://www.xing.com/profile/Ton_Zijlstra • Collaborative tools: MindMeister, http://wakoopa.com/Ton GoogleDocs http://www.last.fm/user/TonZijlstra/ • LinkedIn and Xing, where I work http://www.facebook.com/profile.php? • Wakoopa, software I use id=503792956 • Last.fm, what I listen to http://tonzijlstra.hyves.net/ • Facebook, what entertains me •
  • 25. Why?
  • 26. Change: more connections
  • 27. Change: more connections • Internet makes the world smaller. People are more connected, and have more connections • Maintaining connections is time consuming. New ways to support that emerge. • People have more diverse social networks and environments.
  • 28. Change: higher speed
  • 29. Change: higher speed • More connections mean more exchanges, higher dynamis. This increases speed of change. • More situations where immediate response is needed. • Need for more conscious choice what actions are effective.
  • 30. Change: information abundance
  • 31. Change: information abundance • Controlling / evaluating ‘all’ information is impossible. We are immersed in information, like a landscape. • New strategies emerge to deal with the information volume. New applications are built on top of this abundance. • You make sense of the information that reaches you. New information skills. (*) Social networks as information filter. You actively share info about yourself to be visible in the network. * information literacy competency standards (door the US Association for College and Research Libraries)
  • 32. Change Quantitative source • More connections • More speed • More information Qualitative answers: • Active personal role (sense making, producing) • Other information skills (information literacy, multitasking/fast switching) • Different tools and work forms (Web 2.0, Open Space)
  • 33. Back to my working day
  • 34. Three ways of looking at this day • The work I do • The information skills I use • The tools I use Correspond to three qualitative answers • Pro-active role, own scope of influence • Networked information skills • Social media tools
  • 35. Again: Why?
  • 36. Cost of sharing: 0 Cost of publishing: 0 Cost of group forming: 0
  • 37. Not just technology It’s structural
  • 38. It is cheaper to organize your own event ..... than to find one that fits Examples: barcamp.org, reboot.dk
  • 39. It is cheaper to start your own political movement than to find one that fits
  • 40. Even if you’re never on the net!
  • 41. ? Maybe not, but not business as usual either
  • 42. Credits: all photos / illustrations (CC) Ton Zijlstra by nc sa or by nc nd Ton Zijlstra ton@tonzijlstra.eu http://zylstra.org/blog