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Equipe do flickr no Brasil

 

Parte da equipe do Flickr estará no Brasil no dia 23 de outubro para um encontro entre integrantes e usuários do site de fotos, no MUBE [Museu Brasileiro de Esculturas e Artes], em São Paulo.

 

O anúncio está no blog oficial do Flickr. Foi montado um grupo [apresente o seu Brasil para o Flickr] onde as pessoas poderão postar fotos sobre o Brasil. Todas as imagens serão expostas no MUBE, de 24 a 31 de outubro, e as melhores publicadas em um livro, que será distribuído gratuitamente.

 

Para participar do encontro no dia 23, você tem que se cadastrar no site do evento no Upcoming [um ótimo serviço que usa microformats] e marcar a opção "I'm Attending". Vagas limitadas.

Olympus OM-2N SLR + Zuiko 50mm f/1.8

Kodak Professional Tri-X 400 black and white film

 

She's cute and all, but I still hate fish.

Brunswick, Maine

 

Flickr Explore - February 5, 2014

My now defunct MacBook Pro seemed to have this way of attracting stickers like crazy. Do hover over and take a read. Before you ask, yes, that's a terrible thing to do to a computer - I'm a terrible person. Yes, I did get a lot of looks on the train. And, yes, I am procrastinating.

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You find some of my photos on Getty Images.

My name there is "alles-schlumpf".

 

A poster put together on behalf of Osmosoft for the BT Open Source Awareness Event to promote discussion on Open Source and standards. It's now available as a clean, high-resolution PDF for print [also here]. [Reddit] [Digg] [thewebisagreement.com]

...nothing but pure goodness filled with endless amount of valuable resources

to big for microformats center focal point is the word light

for this in other languages see nww.nerdwideweb.com/

 

my original blog post

  

please note: this is licensed under creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/, as included in the image lower-right corner. if you have questions about republishing feel free to contact me. normally there is no problem.

 

add notes with plain urls for your fav sites. see fullsize image.

chinese links may be removed here and added in the chinese version. thanks

 

blogged at aperto

 

german version of the map

chinese version

korean version

 

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Ultramax 400 in Pentax Auto110

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Around The House is the title of an album by Matthew Herbert.

Around The House is also the name of a project i'm involved at this moment.

Around The House is a work in progress. The idea is to document with small photographs (mobile phones cameras are great) all objects surronding us in our house. To make a visual map of our own home. Just like new technologies like google maps lets you geotag and document all your movements around the globe, i want to geotag all my movements around my house. Yes, you name it, it's a kind of domestic cartography built with images of domestic gadgets.

Small vs big,

low tech vs. hign tech,

local vs global,

private life vs public life.

Bien envie d'essayer de rejoindre le groupe qui milite en faveur de la Portabilité des Réseaux Sociaux pour le localiser en français ?

Number-sign from the street Gl. Køge Landevej number 404, part of a project proposed by Søren Johannesen of microformats.dk, to take a picture of all number-signs of a road for the official Internet error-codes 200-599.

 

I got all fired up by Søren's geekish proposal, so when he suggested streets for me to hit, I went for it, and had not expected to run into any problems...I was wrong!

 

The first problem I ran into, is that there are huge gaps in the street numbers, meaning for instance, that Gl. Køge Landevej has a gap from number 198 to 220.

 

The second, and much more severe, problem I ran into was that, people on the street thought that it looked suspicious, and I guess I could have been more discrete, I already felt in my stomach that it was a wrong thing to do, before two asked me what I was up to, and that their neighbourg had called the police.

 

I had a friendly talk with the people, and explained them exactly what I was doing. They felt that it was illegal, and that I should have asked every single household for a permission.

 

I think this highlights the problem geeks like me have, understanding that the world is not perfect, that people mistrust each other and the naivety I showed in undertaking this, I was just being a kid playing with "LEGO", meaning no harm, but totally lacking common sense.

 

I will abandon this project, but as you can see, I snapped the number 404, the Internet error code for "not found" ( en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_404 ) I might pursue finding as many as possible of the 404 numbers, I think I can do that discretely.

 

According to Søren there's a total of 133 streets with the number 404 in Denmark, 1 down, 132 to go :-)

 

Also posted here: www.kimbach.org/2012/06/03/404-common-sense-not-found/

Nicole Sullivan, Dan Cederholm, Jeremy Keith, Eric Meyer, Wendy Chisholm, Tantek Çelik, Ethan Marcotte visit Jeffrey Zeldman at Happy Cog New York to answer the age-old question, What is HTML5, and should a couple kiss on the first date?

 

Taken at Happy Cog's NYC headquarters.

gowalla.com/spots/95281

Buy a print at Imagekind

 

Around The House is the title of an album by Matthew Herbert.

Around The House is also the name of a project i'm involved at this moment.

Around The House is a work in progress. The idea is to document with small photographs (mobile phones cameras are great) all objects surronding us in our house. To make a visual map of our own home. Just like new technologies like google maps lets you geotag and document all your movements around the globe, i want to geotag all my movements around my house. Yes, you name it, it's a kind of domestic cartography built with images of domestic gadgets.

Small vs big,

low tech vs. hign tech,

local vs global,

private life vs public life.

A poster put together on behalf of Osmosoft and in fulfillment of my duty as today's One Web Day ambassador. It's available as a clean, high-resolution scan [PDF].

Diner de geeks Microformats au Bon Pêcheur

slice aggregation in information

 

'... news.yc really needs the ability to add a descriptive sticky first comment along with a URL otherwise the RSS feed, and this page, has bugger all on it to know whether to click on the link or not ...' [0]

 

To expect the submitter to do this is ideal, but not scalable. (I know I've tried to add comments in articles as I've posted them, but gave up because of the number I submit. I do read them but now comment sparingly.) There is a real problem with generating volumes of information quickly. If you want speed, there is a limit on the amount of meta information a user can reasonably generate. If you want usefulness, this requires more time on behalf of users submitting.

 

Newspapers have this problem and solved it by training news editors to create catchy titles that neatly summarises the entire article in a small sentence - maybe even a few words. But not everyone writing articles on the web is trained in Journalistic techniques, let alone people who read this site. There is also the other problem when re-phrasing or changing titles of articles. Mutilating them into something un-recognisable from the original.

 

This is where the software has to work harder. By supplying users with the tools to classify, sort and value the submissions with tags, comments, summaries (already have ranking). I'm thinking here of delicious where tagging has allowed users to sort quickly by tag, then if they want to add more data themselves (descriptions, summary). The other way is to gather meta data from the source document (tags, microformats) where possible (un-likely as it takes time to process documents to generate useful things like summaries - even longer for meta data like microformats). Now the question is, could "pg with news.yc create some tools to help users or process new submissions extracting meta-data"?

 

some time later ...

 

'... Besides, having the ability to attach a comment to the URL does't mandate putting anything in it. It's suggestive to the submitter that they should make the effort ...' [1]

 

I've tried now to add title + (summary) on the submissions resulting in a more descriptive subject line. It actually works at the expense of size & a bit of time. So I have to agree with this bit and have changed my approach.

 

'... If I wanted volumes of information I know where to find it. This is news.yc. I'm hoping for quality, not quantity, and if that means a 70% fall in submissions, who cares? ...'

 

This is already automated by users in the *news* link ( news.ycombinator.com/news ) and for the best articles in the *best* link ( news.ycombinator.com/best ) As for me I'd rather more articles submitted & gain the benefit of the long tail of submissions (lots), let the brains filter submissions (users) and see the resultant niches of information pop up instead of just the *hits* ~ longtail.typepad.com/the_long_tail/2005/07/how_finely_can...

[2]

 

'... Rant over ...'

 

It was a good one, because it made me think about this & in the process solved a few problems I was working on :)

 

Reference

[0] Ralph, 'news.yc comment on Long player article comment I submitted'

news.ycombinator.com/comments?id=26258

[Accessed Saturday June 9 2007]

 

[1] Ralph replies, 'Ibid'

news.ycombinator.com/comments?id=26422

[Accessed Saturday June 9 2007]

 

[2] Chris Anderson, The Long Tail, "How finely can you slice aggregation?"

longtail.typepad.com/the_long_tail/2005/07/how_finely_can...

[Accessed Saturday June 9 2007]

 

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It's impossible to go overboard at this point.

Dopplr now supports hcard import from other social networks like Twitter that support microformats!

Microformats is the glue that bridges web content with a richer online experience.

Diner de geeks Microformats au Bon Pêcheur

A followup to The Web Is Agreement, another poster put together on behalf of Osmosoft ahead of FOWA to promote discussion on the value of The Web and openness for systems integration. Buy into "vendor led" rather than "open", and you'll end up in "Middleware Hell"! It's available as a clean, high-resolution PDF for print. [Digg] [Reddit].

Special Thanks to the folks from AltLab in Lisbon for answering all my questions about their 3D printer and for printing the microformats logo.

 

You can download the file from thingiverse to print these yourself if you have a 3D printer.

Lots of stuff got moved from the top of my monitor to my desk when I got my sexy new LCD instead of the 8 year-old CRT I was using.

Buy a print at Imagekind

 

Around The House is the title of an album by Matthew Herbert.

Around The House is also the name of a project i'm involved at this moment.

Around The House is a work in progress. The idea is to document with small photographs (mobile phones cameras are great) all objects surronding us in our house. To make a visual map of our own home. Just like new technologies like google maps lets you geotag and document all your movements around the globe, i want to geotag all my movements around my house. Yes, you name it, it's a kind of domestic cartography built with images of domestic gadgets.

Small vs big,

low tech vs. hign tech,

local vs global,

private life vs public life.

Your personal site should be your online identity and push syndicate everything out to community/social sites with perma(short)links back to your original on your own site. Then reverse syndicate all comments/tags/notes etc. on those social sites back to your own site so you have a copy if and when the social sites get acquired, shut down, blocked, banned, or just happen to go offline for a myriad of other reasons.

At 111 Minna and the Microformats Anniversary Party. I had to leave... I'm tired and old and my feet hurt.

I've recreated Phil Hawksworth's unobtrusify.com as a poster - get yours: www.archive.org/details/Unobtrusify and print it large!

Un compte rendu post WikiOhana au Thermidor Café. A l'avenir, nous essaierons de penser à écrire au verso des sets de table (fond blanc) pour y gagner en lisibilité !

 

Glissez votre souris sur l'image pour voir les annotations éclairant quelques concepts discutés. Les liens pointent tous sur des pages wiki pinko que vous pouvez modifier.

Buy a print at Imagekind

 

Around The House is the title of an album by Matthew Herbert.

Around The House is also the name of a project i'm involved at this moment.

Around The House is a work in progress. The idea is to document with small photographs (mobile phones cameras are great) all objects surronding us in our house. To make a visual map of our own home. Just like new technologies like google maps lets you geotag and document all your movements around the globe, i want to geotag all my movements around my house. Yes, you name it, it's a kind of domestic cartography built with images of domestic gadgets.

Small vs big,

low tech vs. hign tech,

local vs global,

private life vs public life.

Checking out the venue for the microformats vEvent next week

toshiba notebook stickers

Nicole Sullivan, Dan Cederholm, Jeremy Keith, Eric Meyer, Wendy Chisholm, Tantek Çelik, Ethan Marcotte visit Jeffrey Zeldman at Happy Cog New York to answer the age-old question, What is HTML5, and should a couple kiss on the first date?

 

Taken at Happy Cog's NYC headquarters.

gowalla.com/spots/95281

Design idea for back of T-shirt

 

Image is of the latest collision event conducted at the LHC. Original image is here:

cdsweb.cern.ch/record/1096078

 

"Experiment Number 2" is in reference to last year's SXSW Activity Stream meet-up ( that was the first "experiment" )

 

Wish list;

 

1 - Tom Coates finds a few minutes to look at the layout, composition and placement of the text and graphics ( He always has the best SXSW T-shirts ) and make suggestions for them to be better.

 

2 - Tantek gives me the thumbs up on the date/time formatting, I want it to be Microformats compliant.

 

3 - Chris reviews the typography and typsetting - Note I just emulated what CERN does. See the "inspiration" image in this set.

 

P.S. Do not freak out if you do/don't see your company logo. I just put a few there as placeholders, nothing is official.

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