Secrecy, intrigue and twitter

I’ve been watching the new pope being sworn in (does a pope get sworn in?) and all of the tradition and the pomp & circumstance which surrounds the occasion. Secrecy and intrigue are clearly paramount in this process, apparently the Sistene Chapel is swept on a daily basis to ensure no listening devices have been [...]


Place(s) of edc’bund’MOOC

On an earlier post in which I attempted to very loosely assign attributes of the edcMOOC to the notion of ‘bund’, Jen set the following challenge: “Another bit of the Bund definition… “a place…”. Thoughts?” I’ve gathered together on the linked pinterest board a very shallow collection of ‘places’ which were occupied (and some are [...]


Guerilla Gardening connections

This was one of the artefacts that I was going to publish within my virtual ethnography on guerilla gardening. This is from Social Collider which reveals connections between conversations on Twitter. Apparently, it shows how a topic (here: guerillagardener) link or don’t link with other users or topics and the action is tracked temporally. Because [...]


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