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Reading Bytes for Jan 29

January 29, 2012

Tweet Updates on what I’m reading. Links with my notes. I also just tweet links and things that interest me @dina I don’t like it tho I kinda get where Twitter is coming from! Read @techsoc on why Twitter’s new policy is actually great – QUOTE "I know many people are upset with Twitter’s announcement […]

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Reading Bytes for May 6

May 6, 2010

Tweet Daily updates on what I’m reading. Links with my notes. I also just tweet links and things that interest me @dina What a great sensory anchor or imprint for a brand! The Scent of Memory: Design, Experience & Perfume | via @futurescape – CLIP: “Scent design. Scent is place and memory—it is experience recalled. […]

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How twitter helps me dig into work

April 16, 2010

Tweet I was asked this question at the Anthrodesign group, in the context of a conversation around getting into the swing of a project and developing some working momentum . I shared there, how I often find myself turning to my blog and twitter communities for helping me with my thinking on qualitative and ethnographic […]

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Reading Bytes for Apr 9

April 9, 2010

Tweet Daily updates on what I’m reading. Links with my notes. I also just tweet links and things that interest me @dina Skype and iPhone 4.0 – Telecoms and Social Networks | @stuarthenshall – CLIP "Unfortunately this means… VoIP on the iPhone is really just a dumb pipe. What’s important is the CallerID. Rich CallerID’s […]

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Reading Bytes for Mar 18

March 18, 2010

Tweet Daily updates on what I’m reading Is Social Media a New Addiction? | Retrevo research shows how Social Media is eating into bedtime [via @billives] – Stuart Henshall had asked Is Your Mobile Changing Your Bedtime a short while ago too – http://www.henshall.com/stuart/2009/12/06/is-your-mobile-changing-your-bedtime/ – CLIP: "What is it about social media that causes people […]

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Bytes for Jan 25

January 25, 2010

Tweet Daily updates on what I’m reading Mattel takes innovation to the dogs with its Puppy Tweets – CLIP: "Puppy Tweets is a plastic tag with a sound and motion sensor that you attach to your pet's dog collar and connect its USB receiver to your computer. Then you create a Twitter account for your […]

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Twitter & Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs … nay … Hierarchy of #Tweets

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs January 12, 2010

Tweet I was chatting with a friend today who’s not a Twitter user, and trying to explain why I like it, and why so many people do too. I found myself turning to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and his Theory of Human Motivations to try and explain this. I discovered this blog post titled The […]

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Advertising using the route of rites of passage – Twitter responses

November 26, 2009

Tweet I asked this question on Twitter this morning and have had fabulous responses from a very alert and vibrant community there. Thought I’d share: My question – need egs of advertising anchored in rites of passage – rituals assocd w transitional points – eg. grad’n, wedding, baby… help pls!!! The answers: Thank you all!  […]

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Social Collider – visualizing Twitter connections and conversations

March 20, 2009

Tweet This is a pretty fantastic visualization connecting your conversations on Twitter. From Google’s recently launched Chrome Experiments, which showcases JavaScript intensive games, apps, and visualizations.  I did some runs on some keywords and its pretty amazing. Here’s a screenshot of visualizations of the connections and cross-connections between tweeters I (@dina) have had conversations with […]

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Interesting things – Taglets

January 15, 2009

Tweet I’ve spent the morning playing with Taglets – which is very cool and has the potential to be quite revolutionary as it’s offering up an open platform and API for developers. It seems like reverse Twitter in some ways – I create or follow tags that are really keywords of interest to me, and […]

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Are we asking the right questions?

December 3, 2008

Tweet A whole lot of questions are being asked about whether the Twitter #mumbai feed was citizen journalism or not. Many ‘sides’ are emerging in this debate. I found this post (thru’ a tweet by @MaryHodder) which asks How Should Journalists Use Twitter? I’m not so sure it’s the right question to be asking … […]

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Why I am deleting comments

November 30, 2008

Tweet I’m getting a huge load of comments around the politics of religion, of division and hate at my last few posts on the Mumbai terror attacks. While religion and politics may have a lot to do with the state of our world today, my blog’s not the forum to air or feed these divisions. […]

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Twitter meetup at Leopold Cafe Mumbai 30/11/2008

November 29, 2008

Tweet From Suketu Mehta‘s heartfelt piece in the OpEd at New York Times: If the rest of the world wants to help, it should run toward the explosion. It should fly to Mumbai, and spend money. Where else are you going to be safe? New York? London? Madrid? So I’m booking flights to Mumbai. I’m […]

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Mashup for Ethnography

November 12, 2008

Tweet Here’s a very neat mashup of GoogleEarth and Twitter for ethnography (it’s in French). @thiteu sent me the link on Twitter. This work is a simulation of a 3 dimensional Geography using GOOGLE EARTH and of a social signal using TWITTER in ethnography nowadays. Cool? Yeah. Imagine Second Life sort of re-enactments of the […]

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