There’s a new post up on the Akashic Labs blog today, describing a metaphor we found helpful for conceptualizing the difference between centralized and decentralized systems. Let’s say there’s a … Continue reading
My post on Patterns of Play is up at Ethnography Matters. Here’s a teaser: A few weeks into our study of Plant Wars, an online text-based fighting RPG developed by Jon … Continue reading
One of the challenges I encountered through the course of Intel’s LEAM project was translating from a concept as we understood it into an algorithm the computer would understand. (This … Continue reading
This is an interactive visual analysis tool that I built as part of Intel’s Local Experiences of Automobility project, using a combination of GPS and ethnographic data, as a tool … Continue reading
For much of the last year, I have been working with data collected from Intel’s Local Experiences of Automobility project. “LEAM is a multi-disciplinary exploratory ethnographic research project focused on … Continue reading
Digging into the Enlightenment “seeks to discover that lost continent through an exploration of empirical data gleaned from correspondences, publications, and travel records…”
A lot of people have strong opinions about what is and isn’t data. But as is often the case in situations where people have strong opinions, everyone is both a little right, and a little wrong.