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  • 1. newsbubble pull information into your sphere of attention
  • 2. newsbubble
    • Conceptually, you're in your own bubble in a fast-flowing stream of news information containing various currents of data.
    • You need a way to pull the information in which you are interested closer to you, into your bubble
    • You set the parameters for what pops through your attention barrier, and how the information stream is flowing around you
  • 3. newsbubble
    • How does it work?
      • Gives users a set of tools to define their attention barrier
      • Mixture of sliders (to filter by source, degrees of separation, popularity, media type, date & locality) and orderable lists (to filter by topic)
      • Slider settings saveable and portable across platforms
      • A bottom-up approach to enabling users to define their own spheres of attention, rather than having to consume news in the order that someone else has decided for them
  • 4. newsbubble: sliders
    • The sliders effectively set the force-based parameters to attract or repel items to your sphere
    • me/them = stuff from your social media friends vs stuff from everyone else
    • popular/unpopular = stuff with many links to it vs stuff with few (so you can slide it to unpopular to preserve the serendipity of idle browsing)
    • text/multimedia – does what it says on the tin
    • local/global – set the degree of localness you want
    • official/social – receive items curated or published by trusted sources, or items from your social media contacts
    • recent/older – set the timeframe for the information
  • 5. newsbubble: topics
    • Simply an orderable list of topics
    • You order them by interest. Delete the ones you are not interested in. For example, I'd delete sport :).
  • 6. newsbubble: UI
    • Uses a force-based visualisation to arrange the news information streams that lie outside your bubble, based on your parameters, so you can see what's nearing your attention.
    • Each individual item is expandable to see the full text/AV/whatever contained inside.
    • Once items are close enough they “pop” into your bubble and are automatically partially expanded so you can read the headline/brief intro etc.
  • 7. newsbubble: back of the napkin sketch (for web)
    • plus we'd need save/reset/refresh buttons
    • naturally the mobile/tablet version would be smaller / divided into config screens
  • 8. newsbubble: thanks
    • thanks for your interest :)
    • I'm at http://twitter.com/pindec

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