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Context, data and metadata

by on May 03, 2008

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Talk at Futuresonic - sparse notes for each slide in the comments

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  • antimega antimega thank you 5 years ago
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  • antimega antimega new social etiquettes will emerge

    i think about the law of unintended consequences - you can't predict what will happen

    we've seen this happen with fluidtime - how actually picks a place and time to meet these days?

    two that come to mind:

    who moves first? - if everyone can see where all their friends are, when going somewhere, who will move first and actually get their first.
    fluidplace

    what will people talk about? - where are you? is one of I think three phone conversation starters - necessary interaction before you can get to what you really want to talk about - if we automate that (and the weather), people will either communicate less or have to find new social norms to talk about
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  • antimega antimega privacy issues
    (no way to represent privacy)
    i think a lot about it
    but I refuse to say that new technology is good or bad
    all have to play along, and work our way through the problems
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  • antimega antimega data fuzziness

    don't need exact co-ords for most things (and they're not user friendly)

    might be city or street
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  • antimega antimega broadcast where you are
    Dopplr

    Nokia Sports Tracker

    but at a more local level - I've tried a few systems for real-time broadcast of where you and your friends are
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  • antimega antimega throw pictures on maps

    interesting, but, but

    (usefulness when static/not on mobile, go from sparse maps to too much of everything very quickly)
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  • antimega antimega 'throw me on maps'

    4 years ago, sufficiently advanced technology… nokia 6600, bluetooth gps, patch antenna, a little app that threw the information to my web server

    a couple of days travel in Helsinki

    GPS traces/failures
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  • antimega antimega place
    a wave of location-aware devices are coming - either GPS (50-100 million) or more rougher location finding techniques
    see me on a map is still a revelation
    however, the standard use case for location - navigation - is a rare use for most

    a location wake
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  • antimega antimega people
    person metadata is kinda assumed in communication ;)
    weirdly still hard to tag other media with people
    whilst facebook isn't useful for any kind of group communication, it provides your ur-list of people you might ever have contact with
    quickly grab and create small groups of people ,and use them for communication, access, and sharing
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  • antimega antimega time
    time is a harder concept
    it's unstoppable, and past, present and future have to be treated differently
    most metadata is past time, a history
    limited use of computer-understandable data
    many calendars
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