interaction

Cluster Effects and Browser Support (IE-only social software is idiotic)

by: danah boyd

The number one justification i get for Internet Explorer-only support is that 90% of the population uses it.

Let's assume that to be true (even though only 52% of this blog's readers use IE5 or 6). This argument rests on two assumptions:

1) An individual uses IE (and ONLY IE) on all computers that they use.
2) The only browser that matters is the individual's browser.

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Night of the Living Dead Productions: Culture remix in the age of interactivity

by: John Sviokla

When it comes to content, the internet collapses time. "Now”, “then”, and in some cases even the “future”, is a click away.

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Be Sheepish!: The mammalian manifesto for brand reinvention

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What Would Disney Do?

by: John Sviokla

I often wonder what Walt Disney would be doing if he were alive today (e.g. WWDD). My guess is that he would be pioneering internet content, for more than any person in the history of entertainment, with the possible exception of a few Roman Emperors, he was willing to push the boundaries of new technology to create entirely new experiences.

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