March 19th, 2009 | people I know
* Adam Greenfield interviewed. Handy quote:
I would go so far as to say that there will be no area or domain of urban activity that is not somehow disassembled and recomposed as a digital, networked, interactive process over the next few years. Objects, buildings and spaces will be reconceived as network resources; cars, subways and bicycles will be reimagined as on-demand mobility services; human communities are already well on the way to becoming self-conscious “social networks.”
* People are nice to me when I post photos from Katie West:
* Marc Weidenbaum on what you might call social remixing. I mean, if you weren’t sick of the word "social" being stuck on the front of everything since 2006. Catch the previous couple of posts, too.
* Paul Pope for GQ — I’m seeing a bit of Herge in this, for some reason:
* Xeni’s back from Benin:
* Matt Jones: Permafutures. And, seriously, grab the last four or five of Matt’s entries, his brain is pretty much lodged in "overdrive" lately.