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    Weblog as a personal thinking space Weblog as a personal thinking space Presentation Transcript

    • weblog as a personal thinking space Lilia Efimova @ Hypertext 2009
    • weblog uses for developing ideas in a long-term project
    • 80 70 Numbe r of posts pe r month 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Jn 2 u '0 Jn 3 u '0 Jn 4 u '0 Jn 5 u '0 Jn 6 u '0 Jn 7 u '0 Time R la n h e tio s ip P je t mn g m n ro c a a e e t Bb ay M ro o ic s ft H lid y o as
    • working on a dissertation weblog as a knowledge base
    • autoethnography
    • weblog as a knowledge base
    • web-based, low-threshold, public creating personally meaningful dormant or social chronological organising running titles, links to own posts categories and tags maintaining primarily on-going location-based browsing retrieving search patterns
    • working on a dissertation
    • things that do not fit parked in a trusted external repository
    • everyday interactive grounded theory
    • fragmented bits shitty first drafts manageable chunks real audience
    • working on a dissertation weblog as a knowledge base
    • scale and conditions papers in one’s office holding pattern primitive language contextual cues demonstrable output networked research learning from personal traces
    • Lilia Efimova (aka Mathemagenic) Slides and links blog.mathemagenic.com/2009/06/30/ht09 PhD stuff iceberg.novay.nl blog.mathemagenic.com/phd/dissertation