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Are we reputation building when we Thimbl, Twitter or give status updates? Furthmore, are we constructing a portrait of who we are and what we stand for by the the tools we use.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 15:39:24
"As the sociologist Steven Nock defines it, a "reputation" is "a shared, or collective, perception about a person." Our reputations are forged when people make judgments based upon the mosaic of information available about us." p.30 *The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor, and Privacy on the Internet* by Daniel J. Solove
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 15:35:51
" Privacy, however, is a concept in disarray. Nobody can articulate what it means. Currently, privacy is a sweeping concept, encompassing (among other things) freedom of thought, control over one's body, solitude in one's home, control over personal information, freedom from surveillance, protechtion of one's reputation, and protection from searches and interrogations." *Understanding Privacy* by Daniel J. Solove
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 15:32:47
contemplating the origins of fingering... and it's history is not as sexy as one might think
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 14:23:41
the logic of the gift...Mauss: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcel_Mauss
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 13:22:02
Inge asks about the role of barter culture...
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 13:02:02
email is wired into the web/net because even if you want to get a facebook account, you need to submit an email address
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 13:00:01
if we're going to have a chance to compete or better yet counter facebook, it needs to be simple.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:59:10
it is an aysmmetric warfare when taking on large coorporations such as facebook
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:57:54
Diaspora is large and has ambitions similar to facebook, but remain decentralized. The project has its strengths...but it's a tall order.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:56:26
how do we create a society based on free access in a society that wills otherwise?
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:54:34
in order to achieve a free culture, there needs to be a change in the cultural industry
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:53:57
workers do not own the product of their labor...If you don't own what you make, you cannot set the price.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:53:08
These activities were always considered fringe.... but software is capital...
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:51:48
Artists, such as the Situationists or folksingers, did not believe in commodified cultural labor.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:50:38
Kleiner now moves into notions of free culture
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:49:35
this is my paraphrasing of Kleiner's talk...
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:48:32
But facebook and twitter are different, because if you lose your account, you can't control your ability to connect to friends on those services.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:47:59
ISP is selling you access to the network, but they don't own the network.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:46:50
For capitalism to work, the capitalist has to control the tool.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:45:44
reputation economy is an extension of social capital... so it is not a levelling factor
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:43:12
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:42:10
Dallas Smythe coined the term: "audience commodity". This can be seen as a forerunner to the "attention economy".
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:41:23
Kleiner now tries to weave together different themes: the first he mentions is the attention economies.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:39:58
Laura has been working on a semantic browser for Tumblr
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:39:04
Fako has been busy with wikipedia and tracing networks or clusters of "like minds".
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:38:32
Birgit is interested in the visualization of off-line social networks.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:36:33
Lieven is scraping the darkweb to expose what is not shown. He's looking for "display hidden" in order to visualize or quantify these invisibilities.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:35:31
Amy is currently looking at DNA data and the potentials of Open Sourcing your DNA data. This might lead to an Amy Translate instead of Google Translate.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:33:08
Inge is researching the Rotterdam waterways to create a fictive story.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:30:24
Fabien is scraping data about the end of the world. It's a kind of Web 2.0 Nostradamus project.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:29:17
Laurier is sifting through natural language processes.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:25:58
Natasa wants to look at the political implications of networks.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:25:27
Danny speaks about liberating Wikileaks from its medium. Broadcasts cables over the radio.
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:24:12
Dusan talks about faceleaks
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:20:28
can anyone see me?
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:15:56
trying to follow everyone, looking up names
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:14:29
de-centralized communication while sitting in the same room
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 12:10:49
I can now follow people!
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 11:58:28
test
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 11:54:21
mastering the art of following
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 11:47:17
mastering the art of following
by rgeuzen@pzi.thimbl.net at Wed, 16 Feb at 11:47:11

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