Alex Howard (@digiphile) of O’Reilly Media joins the gang to talk #sopa, the state of Congressional tech literacy, and Gov 2.0 in general.
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A just-in-the-family episode featuring a deep discussion of the Occupy Wall Street movement with Heather Gold, Kevin Marks, and Deb Schultz.
Huffduffed from http://tummelvision.tv/2011/10/14/tummelvision82occupywallst/
Social computing scientist Liz Lawley discusses pseudonymity and anonymity, the fallacy of influence, and the serious work of games and fun on the web.
Huffduffed from http://tummelvision.tv/2011/08/05/tummelvision-75-liz-lawley/
Dan Gillmor (@dangillmor) teaches digital media entrepreneurship and is founding director of the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Dan Gillmor’s current book project is Mediactive and you can find him on Google+.
Huffduffed from http://tummelvision.tv/2011/07/28/tummelvision-74-dan-gillmor/
Lloyd Davis (@lloyddavis) is Social Artist in Residence at the University of London’s Centre for Creative Collaboration. He blogs at Perfect Path and is best known as the founder of the Tuttle Club, London’s most popular and long-running meetup for anyone interested in the social web.
He’s a ukulele player who enjoys singing songs from the 1930s. And he recently traveled coast-to-coast trip across the United States, as vividly recorded here. He’s currently resurrecting the Tuttle Club’s conversational process for consulting with large organisations about digital engagement strategies.
Mark Krynsky (@krynsky) of the X PRIZE Foundation & Lifestreamblog.com joins us to talk about competition, cooperation, and the folly of trying to measure online “influence.”
Huffduffed from http://tummelvision.tv/2011/04/29/tummelvision-63-mark-krynsky/
After the recording of our “official” episode 62 discussion with NPR’s Andy Carvin, we continued for another 45 minutes of in-depth conversation about his work, deeper themes of connectedness, and some insights on the tools and mobile phone Andy uses in his work.
TummelVision 62: Andy Carvin of NPR.org on twitter journalism, tummelling the world, and truth-seeking through vulnerability
Andy Carvin (@acarvin) is digital strategist for National Public Radio. He has helped NPR create their pioneering online presence, coordinated multiple crisis camps, and he’s organized the PublicMediaCamp unconference. In recent months, Andy has engaged in a globalized twitter-enabled form of tummelled journalism as he has curated, fact-checked, and shared news from the Arab democratic revolutions (and other international stories).
Silona Bonewald of Austin, Texas weighs-in on Lady Gaga vs. Facebook, open source environments, and avoiding poisonous people (not to mention a few other topics).
Searching for words to describe Silona’s tummelling skills, Kevin Marks says: “she founded the League of Technical Voters, Citability.org, she’s been the ACLU and EFF liaison to Texas Republicans, and she manages to make a party for 1200 people at SXSW feel like an intimate gathering of friends.”
Huffduffed from http://tummelvision.tv/2011/03/25/tummelvision-58/
TummelVision 53: Molly Steenson on Watson, architecture, interactivity, and the value of work that isn’t coding
This week’s guest is Molly Steenson, a digital strategist, design researcher, architectural historian and Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University.
Molly joins Deb Schultz and Kevin Marks to discuss the implications of IBM’s Watson winning jeopardy, the hidden links between architecture and interface design, and whether “shipping code” is the only measure for creating value.
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