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Grasping Social Patterns
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Grasping Social Patterns

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A five-minute talk for Ignite SF (Web 2.0 Expo) at DNA Lounge, Tuesday, April 22. Mainly complaining about my social media peeves and suggesting some better practices

A five-minute talk for Ignite SF (Web 2.0 Expo) at DNA Lounge, Tuesday, April 22. Mainly complaining about my social media peeves and suggesting some better practices

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    • 1. Grasping Social Patterns and social antipatterns ( or antisocial patterns ?) Christian Crumlish Yahoo! Design Pattern Library Yahoo! Developer Network Ignite! SF, April 22, 2008
    • 2. Social Antipatterns
    • 3. Don’t break email! don’t: do:
    • 4. Social media is always awkward when it’s new “ Hello?” “ Is that you, Mr. Gilbert?” “ Hello?”
    • 5. http://flickr.com/photos/dhbress/87105370/ ubiquity a social moment?
    • 6. Permission-based stalking
    • 7.
      • Oh hai! Will u be my frend (y/n)?
    • 8. laughingsquid tweeted: dear cryptic username, I would have a much better chance of recognizing you if your friend request lited your name…
    • 9. natekoechley tweeted: @mediajunkie I hate that I need to spam my friends with adds/invites each time I join a new service. Painful bar to entry, often too tall.
    • 10. Teach a man to be phished
    • 11. Friends you may know / power-law
    • 12. fimoculous tweeted: The “people you should know” list on Facebook is actually a list of people your hate.”
    • 13. Portable social networks?
      • Do let me take my network with me wherever I go.
      • Don’t make me reassert everything each time I go somewhere new
    • 14. Personal social networks?
      • Beware the unintended consequences that come from removing data from originating context!
      • Also , can we start saying “personal social networks”? (same initials, yay!)
    • 15. Auto-faux-pas
      • notification of rejection
      • unsubbing / delinking
        • or caught by the re-follow
      • relationship status changed to “it’s complicated”
        • I tried doing this on Facebook so I could capture a funny screenshot for this slide and my wife was not amused
    • 16. “ Talk amongst yourselves. I’ll give you a topic: ‘Open Social is neither open nor social.’ Discuss.” “ Talk amongst yourselves. I’ll give you a topic: ‘OpenSocial is neither open nor social.’ Discuss.”
    • 17. Open social architecture
      • Enable interop
        • vs. antipattern: lock-in
      • Open APIs
        • expose your hooks
      • Honest broker
        • “ fire eagle is “middlewhere”*
      Photo by Tal Bright: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bright/199521322 * coinage by Leonard Lin, via twitter
    • 18. Open social architecture
      • Provide utility
        • enable others to plug in
      • Build on existing practices
        • semantics and microformats, conventions such as rss, standards
      • Don’t try to own everything
      Photo by Tal Bright: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bright/199521322
    • 19. “social” design, guerilla usability. Live inside your social apps, design them from the inside out.
    • 20. Thank You!
      • Christian Crumlish
      • design.yahoo.com

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