Monday, May 10, 2010

catching up on the blog

I'd like to apologize for not posting more regularly to this blog... It's my intention to adopt this method to publish some of my findings, however I have instead been accumulating a list of things I intend to post :)... now that the semester is close to the end, I'll endeavor to get the stuff online.

Here's that list:
farmville article - beyond the beyond
sarcastic gamer site, parody videos
ted talks of recent import
-6th sense
-bing maps
-augmented reality asian video guy
living sasquach
ai club
digital plague update
zombie faces
digital plage database schema
iphone video code
augmented reality conference
my schedule
ai club
predictably irrational
team 8 update
phoenix burn
artlink project
art collector game
iphone club
ai panic site
warren ellis grind site
database lit project (the unreliable archivist)
background research for our paper
-native american photographs
background research for my game
xbox natal and milo parody
social intelligence

Timothy Bickmore
-social intelligence
artificial empathy
-better interface with access to the doctors
-japanese companion robots
-what role does individual latitude play into the mediatation
-are doctors really the authority?
-as you test different hypothesis do you have an overall guiding vision of the change you hope to manifest or is it more

piecemeal governed heavily on where the money is coming from or direction from your advisors?

is there an agent for the doctor, an agent for the patient and an agent for the pharamaceutical company?

can the agent be designed to be buffered from market interests? drug companies upselling doctors

drug level indicators? who controls are they based on actual measures?

Michael 23 Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 2:27 AM
To: Michael 23
steampunk link

In the video below, Carnegie Mellon professor and ex-imagineer Jesse Schell lays out a vision of the future in which our lives become, essentially, one big RPG.

Lee Sheldon - game designer mentioned by Schell jesse schell

steampunk exhibition

steampunk clothing

Fred Rogers (of “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood” fame):

“I got into television because I hated it so. And I thought there's some way of using this fabulous instrument to nurture those who would watch and listen.”

“I believe that those of us who are the producers and purveyors of television -- or video games or newspapers or any mass media -- I believe that we are the servants of this nation.”
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Michael 23 Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 10:06 AM
To: Michael 23
clay shirky
"Here Comes Everybody"

awesome bit about the effective size of groups

What this means is that there are native disabilities of groups past a certain size. That organic, self-forming groups where everybody is talking to everybody everybody else, simply break down at large scale.

Fred Brooks "The Mythical Man Month"

Sebastien Paquet
ridiculously easy group forming

-sharing as a platform

4 rungs in the ladder

collective action

sign up for delicious for web research

"every url is a latent community"

origin of flashmobs
Wassak harpers magazine
The first flash mob was created in Manhattan in May 2003, by Bill Wasik, senior editor of Harper's Magazine.[4][7] The origins of the flash mobs were unknown until Wasik published an article about his creation in the March 2006 edition of Harper's.

group book social network
where people can be in small groups 2,3,5,7,-23
facebook ap

how to use blender to make a steam punk spacecraft

steampunk buildings

Habitat Machines by david trautrimas
pricing structure

found him... Tom Banwell

look for the old spiral staircase behind thaiger restaurant

steampunk home blog

model train steampunk double pizza
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Michael 23 Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 9:37 PM
To: Michael 23
ipad bashing

pee wee gets an ipad

does it blend?

Evgeny Morozov on privacy

Evgeny Morozov critiques Jaron Lanier's book

Evgeny Morozov vs Clay Shirky

On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 10:06 AM, Michael 23
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