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A Look at the Lenses

  1. 1. A Look at the Lenses ThomasVander Wal CFPB :: Washington, DC :: 21 February 2013
  2. 2. Who is Thomas?
  3. 3. Model of Attraction
  4. 4. Model of Attraction Receptors Intellectual Perceptual MechanicalPhysical
  5. 5. The Focus of the Web has Changed
  6. 6. Was
  7. 7. I Go Get • We sought “their” information • Focus on content provider • One device • One use • Proprietary formats • Findability focus
  8. 8. Is
  9. 9. Come To Me • Our information we found or created • Focus on person using • Reuse • Attracting and keeping attracted • Across devices • Open formats • Refindability focus
  10. 10. InfoClouds Personal InfoCloud Local InfoCloud Global InfoCloud External InfoCloud
  11. 11. Work Organizations Affiliations Location Social Software Near in Thought Portals Friends Local InfoCloud Local InfoCloud
  12. 12. Global InfoCloud Local InfoCloud Personal InfoCloud Seeking Recognizing Retaining/Storing Using/Creating Following Personal Info Cycle
  13. 13. InfoCloud Solutions, Inc. - 2004 Work Desk Intellectual Perceptual MechanicalPhysical Personal InfoCloud Xxxx xxxx xxxx xxx xx XXX xx Xxxx xxxx Home Living Room Intellectual Perceptual MechanicalPhysical Personal InfoCloud Xxxx xxxx xxxx xxx xx XXX xx Xxxx xxxx Meetings Intellectual Perceptual MechanicalPhysical Personal InfoCloud Xxxx xxxx xxxx xxx xx XXX xx Xxxx xxxx Office Intellectual Perceptual MechanicalPhysical Personal InfoCloud Xxxx xxxx xxxx xxx xx XXX xx Xxxx xxxx Driving Intellectual Perceptual MechanicalPhysical Personal InfoCloud Xxxx xxxx xxxx xxx xx XXX xx Xxxx xxxx Mobile Transit Intellectual Perceptual MechanicalPhysical Personal InfoCloud Xxxx xxxx xxxx xxx xx XXX xx Xxxx xxxx
  14. 14. The “F” Word
  15. 15. Folksonomy
  16. 16. ❖ Folksonomy is the result of personal free tagging of pages and objects for one's own retrieval ❖ The tagging is usually done in a social environment (shared and open to others) ❖ The act of tagging is done by the person consuming the information Folksonomy: Definition
  17. 17. Object Identity Metadata Interest Vocabulary Definition Folksonomy Triad
  18. 18. Object Identity Metadata Definition Vocabulary Terminology Interest Culture Community Dual Folksonomy Triad
  19. 19. Folksonomy vs. Taxonomy
  20. 20. Taxonomy Folksonomy Taxonomy & Folksonomy
  21. 21. 70% of Folksonomy tag terms not in Taxonomy J.Trant regarding Steve.museum
  22. 22. Compensating Taxonomy Folksonomy + Structure - Messy + Efficiency - Difficult Findability + Solid foundation - Slow to emerge - Resource intensive + Relatively inexpensive - Not emergent + Emergent by nature - Difficult to validate + Continual validation
  23. 23. 50+ Social Lenses
  24. 24. Social Lenses Foundation of The Connected Company Book
  25. 25. Identify Gaps
  26. 26. Understand Dimensions
  27. 27. See Complexity
  28. 28. Questions
  29. 29. www.designforcontext.com0 Thomas0Vander0Wal0 Contact:( »  THOMAS@DESIGNFORCONTEXT.COM3

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