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Designing for Collaborative Consumption

Designing for Collaborative Consumption



re:duce, re:use, re:think

re:duce, re:use, re:think

Cult of Less, Collaborative Consumption, and Rethinking Stuff. Talk at re:publica 2011.



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    • Designing forCollaborative Consumption.Michelle Thorne @thornetre:publica 2011
    • Remix.
    • Hyper-consumption.
    • Design for the Dump.
    • Rise of Self-Storage.
    • The things we own, end up owning us.
    • The Power of Networks.
    • You?
    • re:duce
    • I will eliminate a large part of stress in my life,and I will truly cherish the few things that I own.-- Kelly Sutton, Cult of Less.
    • Just enough is more.
    • re:use
    • You find more wealthin use than ownership.
    • Access is better thanOwnership.
    • Characteristics.
    • Idling Capacity.
    • Critical Mass.
    • Trust.
    • Commons Governance.
    • re:usere:duce
    • re:think
    • Design Challenges!
    • Personalize Shared Objects.
    • Diversify Libraries.
    • Create Open Layers.
    • Build Modularity.
    • Transform Spaces.
    • Value Through Use.
    • re:usere:duce re:think
    • Acknowledgements.Whats Mine is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption by Rachel Botsman and Roo Rogers.Collaborative Consumption Groundswell Video by Designomotion and Soundlounge / CC BY-NC-SABerkeley Fashion Trunk by Berkeley Hotel / http://www.the-berkeley.co.uk/fashiontrunk.aspx25 Years of Mac by Adrian Gaut / http://www.wired.com/techbiz/it/magazine/17-01/ff_macCoden für Zugang zu sauberem Trinkwasser by Jan Michael Ihl / CC BY-NC-SAKein Mülleimer kann ein Einhorn enthalten by Parker Higgins / CC BYLeaving you would tear me apart! by Franz Patzig / CC BY-NC-SAKelly Sutton by Aaron Sonnenberg / http://hithereimaaron.com/Rip! Remix Manifesto by Brett Gaylor / http://ripremix.com/Technomads at Ignite Toronto by Sean Bonner / CC BY-SADont keep calm and carry on by moleitau / CC BY-NC-SAWardrobe Remix August 24 by betenoir / CC BY-NC-SASelf-Storage by lonely radio / CC BY-NC-SABut It Aint A Drill by cayusa / CC BY-NC This presentation is available under aClunkers by Bob Jagendorf / CC BY Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercialEole Airline by Eole / CC BY-NC-SA ShareAlike 3.0 Germany License. Remix me!Japanese Shop by colodio / CC BY-NC-SAFont: Open DIN Schriften
    • Designing forCollaborative Consumption.Michelle Thorne @thornetre:publica 2011