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A talk to CPFB covering some of the social lenses as well as reaching back into the Model of Attraction, receptors, come to me web, InfoClouds, and folksonomy.

A talk to CPFB covering some of the social lenses as well as reaching back into the Model of Attraction, receptors, come to me web, InfoClouds, and folksonomy.

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  • 1. A Look at the LensesThomasVander WalCFPB :: Washington, DC :: 21 February 2013
  • 2. Who is Thomas?
  • 3. Model of Attraction
  • 4. Model of Attraction ReceptorsIntellectual PerceptualMechanicalPhysical
  • 5. The Focus of the Webhas Changed
  • 6. Was
  • 7. I Go Get• We sought “their” information• Focus on content provider• One device• One use• Proprietary formats• Findability focus
  • 8. Is
  • 9. Come To Me• Our information we found orcreated• Focus on person using• Reuse• Attracting and keeping attracted• Across devices• Open formats• Refindability focus
  • 10. InfoCloudsPersonalInfoCloudLocalInfoCloudGlobal InfoCloudExternal InfoCloud
  • 11. WorkOrganizationsAffiliationsLocationSocialSoftwareNear inThoughtPortalsFriendsLocalInfoCloudLocal InfoCloud
  • 12. GlobalInfoCloudLocalInfoCloudPersonalInfoCloudSeekingRecognizingRetaining/StoringUsing/CreatingFollowingPersonal Info Cycle
  • 13. InfoCloud Solutions, Inc. - 2004WorkDesk Intellectual PerceptualMechanicalPhysicalPersonalInfoCloudXxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxx XXX xxXxxx xxxxHomeLiving Room Intellectual PerceptualMechanicalPhysicalPersonalInfoCloudXxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxx XXX xxXxxx xxxxMeetingsIntellectual PerceptualMechanicalPhysicalPersonalInfoCloudXxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxx XXX xxXxxx xxxxOfficeIntellectual PerceptualMechanicalPhysicalPersonalInfoCloudXxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxx XXX xxXxxx xxxxDrivingIntellectual PerceptualMechanicalPhysicalPersonalInfoCloudXxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxx XXX xxXxxx xxxxMobileTransit Intellectual PerceptualMechanicalPhysicalPersonalInfoCloudXxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxx XXX xxXxxx xxxx
  • 14. The “F” Word
  • 15. Folksonomy
  • 16. ❖ Folksonomy is the result of personal free taggingof pages and objects for ones own retrieval❖ The tagging is usually done in a socialenvironment (shared and open to others)❖ The act of tagging is done by the personconsuming the informationFolksonomy: Definition
  • 17. Object IdentityMetadataInterestVocabularyDefinitionFolksonomy Triad
  • 18. Object IdentityMetadataDefinitionVocabularyTerminologyInterestCultureCommunityDual Folksonomy Triad
  • 19. Folksonomyvs.Taxonomy
  • 20. Taxonomy FolksonomyTaxonomy & Folksonomy
  • 21. 70% of Folksonomy tagterms not in TaxonomyJ.Trant regarding Steve.museum
  • 22. CompensatingTaxonomy Folksonomy+ Structure - Messy+ Efficiency - Difficult Findability+ Solid foundation - Slow to emerge- Resource intensive + Relatively inexpensive- Not emergent + Emergent by nature- Difficult to validate + Continual validation
  • 23. 50+ Social Lenses
  • 24. Social LensesFoundation of The ConnectedCompany Book
  • 25. Identify Gaps
  • 26. Understand Dimensions
  • 27. See Complexity
  • 28. Questions
  • 29. www.designforcontext.com0 Thomas0Vander0Wal0Contact:(»  THOMAS@DESIGNFORCONTEXT.COM3