Infomorphs and Physical Locations     The Role of Location for a Post-User Internet                    David Bausola      ...
Globally distributed team featuringdesigners - engineers - philosophers - artists“Web Search with a Non-Human Agency”“Tech...
Web platform for producing Digital Alter Egos.
RT“The Empathy Button”
Why spend moneyconverting humans tousers when you can justmake the users?
humans    49%   51%non-humans
An example of a Weavr’s Network of Interests.
The Weavrs Editor
@Darth_Weavr
Prosthetic Store                              “Apps for Weavrs”  Open Source Prostheticsgithub.com/philterphactory/
Maschmischine.com                42 Weavrs as Alice in Wonderland characters.Story location overlaid on Berlin. Would they...
Every day the same schedule                              Every day similar results
Alice’s Blog
Alice’s Checkins
Jabberwocky       Tweedle Dee and Dum   Pigeon              “Probable atemporality”
The Weavrs Strolling Prosthetic
“I’m constantly aware that @jon_ronson is out there, Tweeting.” - Jon Ronson, Film maker.
A simple-minded gardener named Chance has spentall his life in the Washington D.C. house of an oldman. When the man dies, ...
Infomorphs                  “Info-Being”           Charles Platt, Silicon Man, 1991Alexander Chislenko, Networking in the ...
Status Updates with Location are Animation Frames
Weavrs are Data Filters,     producing Location Tagged Activity Streams.               { verb + noun + location }Animation...
“Network Realism”   Converts Where into There
150.    You need location to be in a Dunbar Club
What is remarkable about Whereness      is that it gives the imagination Thereness.you                               me To...
Thank you.David BausolaDavid @ PhilterPhactory.com@zeroinfluencerwww.weavrs.com@weavrswww.maschmischine.comMaschmischine Ic...
Where2.0 - The Role of Location for a Post-User Internet
Where2.0 - The Role of Location for a Post-User Internet
Where2.0 - The Role of Location for a Post-User Internet
Where2.0 - The Role of Location for a Post-User Internet
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  1. 1. Infomorphs and Physical Locations The Role of Location for a Post-User Internet David Bausola CEO, Philter Phactory | weavrs.com
  2. 2. Globally distributed team featuringdesigners - engineers - philosophers - artists“Web Search with a Non-Human Agency”“Tech Art Interventionists” - Bruce Sterling
  3. 3. Web platform for producing Digital Alter Egos.
  4. 4. RT“The Empathy Button”
  5. 5. Why spend moneyconverting humans tousers when you can justmake the users?
  6. 6. humans 49% 51%non-humans
  7. 7. An example of a Weavr’s Network of Interests.
  8. 8. The Weavrs Editor
  9. 9. @Darth_Weavr
  10. 10. Prosthetic Store “Apps for Weavrs” Open Source Prostheticsgithub.com/philterphactory/
  11. 11. Maschmischine.com 42 Weavrs as Alice in Wonderland characters.Story location overlaid on Berlin. Would they meet up as described in the novel?
  12. 12. Every day the same schedule Every day similar results
  13. 13. Alice’s Blog
  14. 14. Alice’s Checkins
  15. 15. Jabberwocky Tweedle Dee and Dum Pigeon “Probable atemporality”
  16. 16. The Weavrs Strolling Prosthetic
  17. 17. “I’m constantly aware that @jon_ronson is out there, Tweeting.” - Jon Ronson, Film maker.
  18. 18. A simple-minded gardener named Chance has spentall his life in the Washington D.C. house of an oldman. When the man dies, Chance is put out on thestreet with no knowledge of the world except what hehas learned from television.“I like to watch.” - ChanceThe movie explores the philosophical concept of“Dasein”Awareness of self existenceNOT “self aware”.
  19. 19. Infomorphs “Info-Being” Charles Platt, Silicon Man, 1991Alexander Chislenko, Networking in the Mind Age, 1996
  20. 20. Status Updates with Location are Animation Frames
  21. 21. Weavrs are Data Filters, producing Location Tagged Activity Streams. { verb + noun + location }Animation in the space of culture at the pace of culture.
  22. 22. “Network Realism” Converts Where into There
  23. 23. 150. You need location to be in a Dunbar Club
  24. 24. What is remarkable about Whereness is that it gives the imagination Thereness.you me Totems
  25. 25. Thank you.David BausolaDavid @ PhilterPhactory.com@zeroinfluencerwww.weavrs.com@weavrswww.maschmischine.comMaschmischine Icons by @missmakimon

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