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Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)
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Why twitter matters and how (UXCamp Berlin 2009)

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  • 1. Why twitter #matters and how Willi Schroll – strategiclabs.de @wschroll Berlin • May 23/24 2009 1
  • 2. ?
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  • 3. my context
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  • 4. @wschroll
 strategiclabs.de 4
  • 5. Complex unfolding
 Some building blocks for emer- ging „moss“ apps and services local 
 local 
 communities mobile space knowledge actual location future location route planning local events local offers local advertising positioning tech social lifestream actual environment actual phys. state sensor/recog. tech social mapping geo tagging semantic tech Social LBS recommendation gaming sharing bandwidth reviewing/voting dating socializing soc. augm. reality online adhoc/tmp communities social space communities Slide taken from my presentation of CommunityCamp Berlin 2008 – see www.slideshare.com/willi 5
  • 6. ?
 @
 #
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  • 7. 140
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  • 8. socially
 aggregated
 realtime
 8
  • 9. ?
 @
 #
 ! 9
  • 10. u
 us
 use
 uses
 users
 10
  • 11. @i
 @u
 @x
 I , you, everyone 
 makes us a 
 RT network 11
  • 12. RT?
 1) RT = realtime
 2) RT = retweet
 ->
 :) emergent tweet dynamics 12
  • 13. a retweet is the 
 atom of viral dynamics
 (minimalism is success factor in abundant environments) 13
  • 14. ?
 @
 #
 ! 14
  • 15. a hashtag is the 
 atom of issue dynamics
 (functional as a minimalistic semantic marker, ready for processing by man & machine!) 15
  • 16. ?
 @
 #
 ! 16
  • 17. chemistry 
 @ - @ @ - # # - @ # - # 17
  • 18. small worlds
 huge jumps
 super dynamics
 universal discovery engine!
 18
  • 19. Is a simple microblogging network like twitter the
 stemcell of 
 web 3.0? 19
  • 20. What if we use the 
 rt user generated content of tweets? 20
  • 21. What if we use the 
 rt user generated knowledge of tweets? 21
  • 22. ?
 @
 #
 ! 22
  • 23. You are invited to help me think about a service combining the features of twitter with some other elements 
 go: twick.me 
 tweet: @wschroll 23

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