paperbits / Josh

A designer living in southern new england. I play with paper protospimes, arduino, and rapid-fabrication stuff a lot.

There are ten people in paperbits’s collective.

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  1. Audioboo / Bandler clip

    The co-inventor of NLP, interviewed about sociopathy.

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  2. Mindful Cyborgs Ep 1: Data Exhaust, Augmented Dating and Fractalnoia

    Mindful Cyborgs is a new podcast (or internet radio show, if you will) hosted by Chris Dancy and me. The tagline is: “Contemplative living in the age of quantification, augmentation and acceleration.” In our first episode we talk about data exhaust, augmented dating, fractalnoia and more.

    http://technoccult.net/archives/2013/04/25/mindful-cyborgs-ep-1-data-exhaust-augmented-dating-and-fractalnoia/

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  3. Charles Stross at DortCon 2013

    Science fiction author Charles Stross http://www.antipope.org/charlie/ is most known for his near-future lovecraft-inspired "Laundry-Files" series, the near-future and more IT centric "Halting State" series as well as his far-future "Saturns Children" android book series - not to forget his science-fiction / fantasy "Merchant Princess" books and other numerous publications.

    When he attended DortCon http://www.dortcon.de/ (in Dortmund, Germany, hence its name) this year, he of course was the natural prey for us - so I asked for an interview. How does he manage those multiple universes, how does he cope with the special problems of looking into the near future…

    http://radio.sf-fantasy.de/rsff/rsff18_en/

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  4. Jared Spool – Mobile & UX: Inside the Eye of the Perfect Storm Live! » UIE Brain Sparks

    This podcast is the recording of Jared’s keynote from UX Thursday Chicago.

    The world of web application design is expanding at a rapid rate. We’re now expected to design great experiences across a huge variety of platforms, from small screens to large displays. The flood of iPad applications and successful online businesses are showing our executives that design matters.

    Why is all this happening now? Where is it all going? UIE’s own Jared Spool will show you how four driving forces — market maturity, the emergence of experience, the Kano Model, and Sturgeon’s Law — are increasing the visibility and value of design in organizations everywhere. He’ll show you what the next generation of design teams will look like and how you’ll get there.

    Recorded: January, 2013

    http://www.uie.com/brainsparks/2013/05/02/jared-spool-mobile-ux-inside-the-eye-of-the-perfect-storm-live/

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  5. Getting Things Done author David Allen reveals common GTD pitfalls and secrets to overcome them.

    David Allen is the originator of GTD, and founder of David Allen Co. GTD is the shorthand brand for "Getting Things Done," the groundbreaking work-life management system by David Allen that provides concrete solutions for transforming overwhelm and uncertainty into an integrated system of stress-free productivity.

    http://beyondthetodolist.com/davidallen/

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  6. Riding the Range with Marshall McLuhan

    Terence McKenna talk about Marshall McLuhan, via Warren Ellis

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  7. The Art of the User Experience: making beautiful, delightful, fun things – Aral Balkan

    We are the makers of the new everyday things. We design and develop the virtual pens, telephones, newspapers, calendars, and door-handles that people interact with every single day. We are the virtual architects and the products that we design and develop have the power to determine whether people have a good day or a bad day.

    In this session, Aral Balkan will outline the important role that user experience design plays in the making of virtual products and inspire you to see that it is your job – regardless of whether you make web sites, mobile apps, intranet systems, or ticket machines – to make this new world that we are crafting together not only usable and accessible but beautiful, fun, inspiring, pleasurable, delightful, and – dare I say – magical.

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  8. The work of Warren Ellis

    Iyare Igiehon (BBC 6music) discusses the work of Warren Ellis with Matt Jones (BERG design), Matthew Sheret (We are words pictures) and Kieron Gillen (X-Men). Jones talks about SVK, the new comic by Ellis and D’Israeli, commissioned by BERG, Sheret discusses how Ellis inspired him to become a writer and Gillen talks about his friendship with the writer and their Marvel collaborations.

    http://sci-fi-london.com/podcast/2012/04/323-work-warren-ellis

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  9. The Power of Fear in Networked Publics

    This solo presentation will cover the culture of fear and the consequences of visibility. Acclaimed researcher danah boyd will weave together the predator panic and bullying phenomenon with the socio-political dynamics around otherness, the rise of fear alongside the increased ability to connect with others around the globe, the empowering rhetoric of the Arab Spring along the rise of local networks of power. She will call into question some of our utopian assumptions about all of the automatic democratic possibilities of technology and offer a challenge to folks about the need to step out of our techno-bubble and engage with people who are fearful of technology.

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  10. Ambient Location and the Future of the Interface

    UX designer Amber Case will share insights from her research in cyborg anthropology and talk about what really makes us human.

    Amber Case is a Cyborg Anthropologist currently working at Vertigo Software. She founded CyborgCamp, a conference on the future of humans and computers. Her main focus is on mobile software, augmented reality and data visualization, as these reduce the amount of time and space it takes for people to connect with information. Case founded Geoloqi.com, a private location sharing application, out of a frustration with existing social protocols around text messaging and wayfinding. She formerly worked at global advertising agency. In 2010, she was named by Fast Company Magazine as one of the Most Influential Women in Tech.

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP992057

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