Monthly Archives: June 2006
Social software: fiction, action-at-a-distance and dolls
By Nancy Mauro-Flude I would like to share my perspective on ‘social software’ in order to introduce some thoughts about its potentiality, where not only people conduct social and cultural modes of exchange but also other ways of engaging with space, time and place are brought about. Here, rather then speaking as an expert, I [...]
From Lists to Blogs: What is lost and what remains?
Lost in ‘Open Social Order’s Remains* By Kenneth C. Werbin Like the current discussion noted on the Corante weblog, I too am struck by ‘ranking lists’ in the blogosphere. But I would argue that the emergence of ‘ranking lists’ are merely a material reification of more disturbing trends that I associate with the complexities and [...]