Language of Social Software

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This presentation is about innovation and its phenomenology with respect to Social Software. I will present that at http://www.e-weekvic.cat/2006/index.php Setmana digital a Vic.

This presentation is about innovation and its phenomenology with respect to Social Software. I will present that at http://www.e-weekvic.cat/2006/index.php Setmana digital a Vic.

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  • I‘d like to take the chance to elaborate on my vision of social software and the web in the next 15 minutes. Only a month ago we held the 3rd edition of BlogTalk http://blogtalk.net - one of the first international academio-pragamtic conferences on the emergnig issue of social software. So I think we are at the beginning of a new global and networked aera that will blur the boundaries of the real and the virtual. I don‘t think that we are at the beginning of a more democratic aera though.

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  • 1. Tool or Apparatus
    • Weblogs and Social Software as Innovative Practice
  • 2. Language
    • New technology develops from tools to apparatus
    • Not only tools but concepts with their own language
    http://randgaenge.net Thomas N. Burg
  • 3. Communication is the Content
    • From consumer to creator
    • From virtual to real
    http://randgaenge.net Thomas N. Burg
  • 4. Swarms http://randgaenge.net Thomas N. Burg
  • 5. Sociability
    • Social Capital
    • Trust
    • Welfare
    http://randgaenge.net Thomas N. Burg
  • 6. BlogTalk Reloaded Results >>
  • 7. Findings
    • There is more than weblogs
    • Semantics invade the realm of socially built data
    • Social Software enters businesses
    • Social SW is not easily utilized for political and educational action
    • Identity-, Relationship- Informationmanagement
  • 8. Where are we?
  • 9.  
  • 10. MonsterMedia
    • Embrace it
    • Eliminate it
    • Assimilate to it and it
    • Adapt it
  • 11. Theses
    • Be virtual = be real
    • SSW is not a democratic tool per se
    • SSW will become another communications/productivity tool
    • SSW will give us a new idea of sociability
    • Big companies will still dominate
    http://randgaenge.net Thomas N. Burg
  • 12. Muchas Gracias! !