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Situated Community Technology C&T 2009
Situated Community Technology C&T 2009
Situated Community Technology C&T 2009
Situated Community Technology C&T 2009
Situated Community Technology C&T 2009
Situated Community Technology C&T 2009
Situated Community Technology C&T 2009
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Situated Community Technology C&T 2009

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Presentation at a panel on "Community technology to support geographically-based communities" at the 4th International Conference on Communities and Technologies (C&T 2009)

Presentation at a panel on "Community technology to support geographically-based communities" at the 4th International Conference on Communities and Technologies (C&T 2009)

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  • I've posted some notes from the C&T 2009 conference - including some from the panel on 'Community technology to support geographically-based communities': http://gumption.typepad.com/blog/2009/07/communities-technologies-and-participation-notes-from-ct-2009.html
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  • 1. Community technology to support geographically-based communities Joe McCarthy Principal Instigator Strands Labs Seattle Situated place- IRL (in real life)
  • 2. Three themes
    • Mobile vs. Situated
    • Space vs. Place
    • Online vs. Offline
    But first: three plugs …
  • 3. An example: CoCollage A system consisting of a large display that shows a collage of photos and quotes uploaded to a special web site by patrons and staff in a café or other community-oriented place .
  • 4. Placed Community session Session Chair: Marcus Foth , Queensland University of Technology, Australia Time: 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Saturday Place: IST 208 The Social Life of Wireless Urban Spaces: Internet Use, Social Networks, and the Public Realm Keith N Hampton , Oren Livio, Lauren Sessions University of Pennsylvania Facilitating Participatory Decision-Making in Local Communities through Map-Based Online Discussion Bo Yu,, Guoray Cai Pennsylvania State University Supporting Community in Third Places with Situated Social Software Joseph F. McCarthy , Shelly D. Farnham, Yogi Patel, Sameer Ahuja, William R. Hazlewood, Daniel Norman, Josh Lind Strands Labs
  • 5. SlideShare: YouTube for Powerpoint http://www.slideshare.net/ gumption We can all “follow” each other! tag: cct2009
  • 6. Communities, Inc. ?
    • Centralization, extraction, exploitation
    • Disconnection, division, distance
    • Individualism vs. collectivism
    • Spectators (spectacles) vs. participants
    • Top-down vs. bottom-up
    • Subjects  citizens  consumers
    • Place  property  mortgage  derivative investments
    We have met the corporation, and they is us. lifeincorporated.net
  • 7. Mobile vs. Situated
    • Mobile Social Software
      • Maintain existing connections
      • Ambient intimacy (Leisa Reichert)
      • Continuous partial friendship (David Weinberger)
    • Situated Social Software
      • Create new connections
      • Serendipitous encounters
      • Familiar strangers
    “ A stranger is just a friend I haven’t met yet.” - Will Rogers
  • 8. Space vs. Place
    • Re-place-ing space (Harrison & Dourish, 1996)
      • Space is the opportunity; place is the understood reality
      • We are located in “space”, but we act in “place”
      • Appropriate behavioral framing
    • Location-based services (locative media)
      • Who / what is nearby? Maybe I’ll go there…
    • Place-based services
      • Who / what is here? Maybe I’ll make contact …
  • 9. Online vs. Offline
    • Effort vs. impact
      • “ We want communication to cost something because that cost signals that we value the other person, that we value them enough to spare our time and attention.”
      • danah boyd, “Valuing efficiencies & unreliability”
    • Virtual world vs. real world
      • Virtual protests vs. WatchJeffersonCounty.org
    • Taking it to the streets (or the cafés)
      • Being present, showing up, being counted … & counting
  • 10. Community technology to support geographically-based communities Joe McCarthy gumption.typepad.com www.slideshare.net/gumption www.twitter.com/gumption www.flickr.com/photos/gumption Situated place- IRL (in real life)

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