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IN THE AGE OF REAL-TIME
The complex, social, and serendipitous learning offered via the Web




                           ...
Ours is a brand-new world of allatonceness.


                                     We can no longer build
                ...
FRACTAL LEARNING
Pattern Recognition




“Information overload is an opportunity for
pattern recognition” – Marshall McLuhan
              ...
TV > MOBILE HEAD




                   Image: Judy Breck
INTERNET?
INTERNET PROVIDES



  Independence of...
Time > No-time
Space > No-Space
Schizophrenics:
No Sense of Time
      and Space
Instant communication insures that all factors of
the environment [SPACE] and of experience [TIME]
             co-exist i...
TIME
Time = Change




 Linear    Complicated        Complex
 Known          Knowable   Perceive and adapt
< Mechanic Age of Speed
> Digital Age of Real-time
The web is transitioning from mere interactivity to a more
dynamic, real-time web where read-write functions are
heading t...
From Pages to Streams
FROM COLLECTING
TO PERCEIVING
FLOWS OF PATTERNS
FROM SEQUENTIAL
    MODELS
TO SERENDIPITY
SPACE
Digital + Analog as a Double Helix




Digital




                 aNAlog
Digital + Analog as a Double Helix


DIGITAL


D’N’A


ANALOG




DOUBLE HELIX
Digital+Analog at the Physical Space
THE SIXTH SENSE


colored
 caps
              camera



              projector

      phone    mirror



                ...
Ref: MIT Media Lab
Magic Wands

        What do you call a h
                            andheld interface fo
            real, actual object...
Ref: Microsoft
ONE MACHINE


Technology as an extension of man.
Man as an extension of technology.
"Time and space are modes by
   which we think and not
 conditions in which we live"
          Albert Einstein
"It is the framework which changes
 with each new technology and not
 just the picture within the frame."
             Mar...
Thanks!
                              Teemu Arina
                              ceo - dicole ltd.


                      ...
In the age of real-time: The complex, social, and  serendipitous learning offered via the Web
In the age of real-time: The complex, social, and  serendipitous learning offered via the Web
In the age of real-time: The complex, social, and  serendipitous learning offered via the Web
In the age of real-time: The complex, social, and  serendipitous learning offered via the Web
In the age of real-time: The complex, social, and  serendipitous learning offered via the Web
In the age of real-time: The complex, social, and  serendipitous learning offered via the Web
In the age of real-time: The complex, social, and  serendipitous learning offered via the Web
In the age of real-time: The complex, social, and  serendipitous learning offered via the Web
In the age of real-time: The complex, social, and  serendipitous learning offered via the Web
In the age of real-time: The complex, social, and  serendipitous learning offered via the Web
In the age of real-time: The complex, social, and  serendipitous learning offered via the Web
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  1. 1. IN THE AGE OF REAL-TIME The complex, social, and serendipitous learning offered via the Web August 2009 Teemu Arina tarina.blogging.fi tar1na
  2. 2. Ours is a brand-new world of allatonceness. We can no longer build serially, block-by-block, step-by-step ...because instant communication insures that all factors of the environment and of experience co-exist in a state of active interplay." – Marshall McLuhan (1967)
  3. 3. FRACTAL LEARNING
  4. 4. Pattern Recognition “Information overload is an opportunity for pattern recognition” – Marshall McLuhan Image: jbum
  5. 5. TV > MOBILE HEAD Image: Judy Breck
  6. 6. INTERNET?
  7. 7. INTERNET PROVIDES Independence of...
  8. 8. Time > No-time
  9. 9. Space > No-Space
  10. 10. Schizophrenics: No Sense of Time and Space
  11. 11. Instant communication insures that all factors of the environment [SPACE] and of experience [TIME] co-exist in a state of active interplay. – Marshall McLuhan (1967)
  12. 12. TIME
  13. 13. Time = Change Linear Complicated Complex Known Knowable Perceive and adapt
  14. 14. < Mechanic Age of Speed > Digital Age of Real-time
  15. 15. The web is transitioning from mere interactivity to a more dynamic, real-time web where read-write functions are heading towards balanced synchronicity. The real-time web is the next logical step in the Internet’s evolution. – OM Malik, Giga OM (2009)
  16. 16. From Pages to Streams
  17. 17. FROM COLLECTING
  18. 18. TO PERCEIVING FLOWS OF PATTERNS
  19. 19. FROM SEQUENTIAL MODELS
  20. 20. TO SERENDIPITY
  21. 21. SPACE
  22. 22. Digital + Analog as a Double Helix Digital aNAlog
  23. 23. Digital + Analog as a Double Helix DIGITAL D’N’A ANALOG DOUBLE HELIX
  24. 24. Digital+Analog at the Physical Space
  25. 25. THE SIXTH SENSE colored caps camera projector phone mirror Ref: MIT Media Lab
  26. 26. Ref: MIT Media Lab
  27. 27. Magic Wands What do you call a h andheld interface fo real, actual objects? r "A wand." – Bruce Sterling
  28. 28. Ref: Microsoft
  29. 29. ONE MACHINE Technology as an extension of man. Man as an extension of technology.
  30. 30. "Time and space are modes by which we think and not conditions in which we live" Albert Einstein
  31. 31. "It is the framework which changes with each new technology and not just the picture within the frame." Marshall McLuhan
  32. 32. Thanks! Teemu Arina ceo - dicole ltd. mail teemu@dicole.com blog tarina.blogging.fi web www.dicole.com “Imagination is more important than knowledge” – Albert Einstein tar1na
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