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Decker and I had a blast putting this together – It’s a breakdown of some archetypical roles in community we’ve noticed over the years, along with the specific people in our community who fill those roles. More on this below. ( Download a larger-font, editable version here ) ( Download a larger-font, editable version here ) Assertion #1 – Everyone has essential gifts to bring to a community.
La tâche première du community manager consiste à faire vivre sa communauté. Composée a priori d’êtres humains, cette communauté doit être constamment abreuvée de contenu pertinent. Mais ce n’est pas suffisant… Les personnes commentant les articles de blog n’ont pas toutes le même profil. En tant que community manager, votre responsabilité est de faire tout ce qui est nécessaire pour assurer un débat sain et constructif…
Posted by venessa miemis on Wednesday, March 7, 2012 · 4 Comments This is a guest post by Bernd Nurnberger. The original on his blog – Community of practice and trust building A few days ago I shared my crude model how we go from words to trust . I strung it along: word, definition, context, grammar, meaning, concept, understanding, salience, insight, trust, reputation. I believe each prior step must be present and perceived by both partners in an interaction before the next step gets good traction.
APML ( Attention Profiling Mark-up Language ) is an XML -based format for expressing a person's interests and dislikes. [ edit ] Overview APML allows people to share their own personal attention profile in much the same way that OPML allows the exchange of reading lists between news readers. The idea behind APML is to compress all forms of attention data into a portable file format containing a description of the user's rated interests. [ edit ] The APML Workgroup
La manière dont est rendue visible l’identité des personnes sur les sites du web 2.0 constitue l’une des variables les plus pertinentes pour apprécier la diversité des plateformes et des activités relationnelles qui y ont cours. Que montre-t-on de soi aux autres ? Comment sont rendus visibles les liens que l’on a tissés sur les plateformes d’interaction ?
Posted by venessa miemis on Wednesday, August 4, 2010 · 28 Comments I just wrapped up a final project for an aesthetics course this semester, the assignment being to create a “Database of the Self.” I chose to make the database as a representation of the roles we play in terms of how we interact with information online. The roles are overlaid on a panarchy, which shows a visualization of adaptive lifecycles. Though the evolution of every idea or meme won’t necessarily follow this specific path, (it may in fact be rhizomatic, with multiple feedback loops), this begins to flesh out what we become as nodes within an enmeshed series of networks.
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in Share 0 I just wrapped up a final project for an aesthetics course this semester, the assignment being to create a “Database of the Self.” I chose to make the database as a representation of the roles we play in terms of how we interact with information online. The roles are overlaid on a panarchy, which shows a visualization of adaptive lifecycles. Though the evolution of every idea or meme won’t necessarily follow this specific path, (it may in fact be rhizomatic, with multiple feedback loops), this begins to flesh out what we become as nodes within an enmeshed series of networks. The cycle can be thought to begin with the “Activators,” in the lower right side of image.
In late-2008, I was lucky enough to discover a book called, The Introvert Advantage (How To Thrive in an Extrovert World), by Marti Laney, Psy.D. It felt like someone had written an encyclopedia entry on a rare race of people to which I belong. Not only had it explained many of my eccentricities, it helped me to redefine my entire life in a new and productive context.
Myth #1 – Introverts don’t like to talk . This is not true. Introverts just don’t talk unless they have something to say. They hate small talk. Get an introvert talking about something they are interested in, and they won’t shut up for days. Myth #2 – Introverts are shy.
by Tim O'Reilly June 2004 I've come to use the term "the architecture of participation" to describe the nature of systems that are designed for user contribution. Larry Lessig's book, Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace , which he characterizes as an extended meditation on Mitch Kapor's maxim, "architecture is politics", made the case that we need to pay attention to the architecture of systems if we want to understand their effects. I immediately thought of Kernighan and Pike's description of the Unix software tools philosophy referred to above . I also recalled an unpublished portion of the interview we did with Linus Torvalds to create his essay for the 1998 book, Open Sources .
Can you envision a society without money? Can you conceive of a functioning economic system without corporations or in which corporations as we have come to know them play a much-diminished role? Can you imagine a truly participatory governance system beyond Congress, Parliament, or Duma?
I’ve updated my MSMDX diagram , which illustrates how media and metadata flow to and from different activities around media on the web. The old diagram (on the left), which Chris Anderson called “one of the more cogent graphics illustrating the new architecture of participation in a remix culture,” and Howard Rheingold described as “a kind of mandala of technologies of cooperation in many-to-many cultural production,” was nice, but it had a few serious problems: It didn’t include any metadata flows from casual consumption to the other activities. This was a serious oversight, as this “attention metadata” is one of the most important and useful sources of information about the meaning of media.
Personas/Metaconstructs = State/Mode :: Identity/Experience Filter = Timelines :: Dimension/Environment = Interface :: Process/Mechanism = Actions :: Knowledge/Repository = Database :: Download PERSONAS/METACONSTRUCTS GEN001 (PDF) Combinations of personas can be embraced, yet 1, 2 or many, may overshadow the focus at a certain time by being the main intent or condition of that given moment, especially if merging with an environmental construct (metaconstruct of 1 or many of instances and scales) Combining the mind with any combination (but being aware of its initial state) is entering the zone of metainfluence ... When in metainfluence, going anywhere or being anything and seeing things clearly are proportionate to that mode. While in this state, shifting/activating into another mode/state/condition, allows for a type of hyper-mode for an evolution of consciousness (from all the metadata - embedded - fractally growing from the environments emerging/made/created/decayed).