The work we’re collectively doingâopening up gradually all of human information and media, making it recombinable, helping people create and share their workâis a huge unspoken, sexy, world-redefining mission.
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In the first of my new Data Market Chat series of podcasts, Factual’s Tyler Bell talks about the company and its plans.
Developers and applications have challenges matching the same location between data sources and sharing a location between applications. Why? In this panel, we’ll look at the pros, cons, and challenges of using proprietary, open source, and/or community-built data sets; why there won’t be one location database to rule them all; ways we can all work together to make sure your place is my place when our applications talk to each other; and why all of this is important.
Jay Owen and Ed Manley joined Alex Andrews to ask what it means to be intensively connected; attached at every waking moment, blurring the boundaries of self-performance, work and leisure? How do the micro-banalities of every day life – from the daily commute to work, to the walk in the park – play out on a vast aggregate macro level of Big Data? What is it to have a self on a social network, a data self?