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Dan Gillmor on TummelVision

TummelVision 74: Dan Gillmor

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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+.

As you listen to this episode of TummelVision, follow the chat transcript from CoveritLive.

@Pomeranian99

TummelVision 73: Clive Thompson on continuous mass conversations and the future of thought in the age of machines

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Clive Thompson (@pomeranian99) on tummelling at the essential social tool of the future, the web’s social backbone, continuous mass conversations, and the future of thought in the age of machines.

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TummelVision 70: Dina Mehta on Google Plus, disaster tummelling, and global community

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Dina Mehta of convo.org joins us from Mumbai/Bombay to talk about the advent of Google+, connecting people online in times of crisis, and global conversation and community.

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Dion Almaer

TummelVision 61: Dion Almaer on the revelation that code is produced by human beings

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This week’s guest is technologist and “human dev aggregator” Dion Almaer (@dalmaer). Founder of Ajaxian.com and the just-launched FunctionSource, he has worked at companies such as Google (where he worked with Kevin), Mozilla, and Palm. He is now working at a new startup called Set Direction with his long term business partner Ben Galbraith.
In this episode, Dion reveals the shocking truth he has discovered from years of tummeling programmers: code is produced by humans.  Dion talks with Deb and Kevin (Heather is performing at a gig)about communities and conflicts among coders, Twitter gossip, controlling our data, online “enchantment,” and more.
While you listen, you can follow the smart comments from our lively chat room by replaying the CoveritLive discussion.

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TummelVision 9: Brian Oberkirch on the art of small good things

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We had a great chat with Brian Oberkirch on  the implicit and explicit  impact of the social and geo-loco services rippling through our lives.  Brian is a ‘multi-lingual’ understated tummler and marketing guy who speaks geek and non geek alike.  He looks at the web from a uniquely human place. We focused a bit on the need for web services and sites to do a better job educating their users on the implications of the data they are sharing in plain english as well as discussing  how the features we choose to include on sites set the tone for the community – i.e. ratings systems, game mechanics, “number of followers” etc.

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