Archive for the ‘prototype’ Category

Um, Where’s the Media?

Posted on Sunday, July 26th, 2009 by Jeremy in process, prototype | Comments Off

Well, we needed to first understand fundamental ideas about how people relate to each other in the public sphere so that we can begin to develop the technology and media aspects of the project.

The NIMBY Game: More Prototyping

Posted on Thursday, July 2nd, 2009 by Jeremy in prototype | Comments Off

A more refined paper prototype of the game.

The NIMBY Game

Posted on Sunday, June 21st, 2009 by Jeremy in prototype | Comments Off

We’re working out the details of a really interesting game in order to suggest new formats for engagement within the realm of social media.

Extremes and Nuances

Posted on Friday, June 5th, 2009 by Nick in prototype | 1 Comment »

The ideas behind the Think Tank that is yet to be named suggest some ways to use strange bedfellows in the service of civil discourse.

Back in the Game?

Posted on Thursday, May 7th, 2009 by Jeremy in prototype | 2 Comments »

I’m finding more clarity about our previously developed game strategy.

Online Group Chat Experiment (v. 1)

Posted on Tuesday, April 14th, 2009 by Jeremy in process, prototype | 2 Comments »

We conducted our first experiment to better understand the behavior of people participating in an online group chat.

Just two sides?

Posted on Wednesday, March 18th, 2009 by Jethro in prototype | 4 Comments »

There is much talk about dialogue and ending partisanship but unless you actually jump in with those you disagree with you avoid the commons and destroy democracy.

Basic Game Outline

Posted on Saturday, March 7th, 2009 by Alie in prototype | 3 Comments »

Here’s a few sketches which describe the overview of the game we discussed at out last meeting.

Building the Game

Posted on Sunday, March 1st, 2009 by Jeremy in process, prototype | Comments Off

We’ve begun to design a game that we believe can be used to improve the nature of civil discourse within the context of social media and networked technologies. Watch the video of our conversation.