… min sporadiske og let sprogforvirrede weblog. Jeg har en ph.d. i spil fra IT-Universitetet i København, er til stadighed på sporet af de nye medier og bliver underligt træt når folk bruger “skal” som infinitiv.
Ex-co-PhD student Martin Sønderlev Christensen (of nowuseit fame) defends his thesis masterpiece at ITU tomorrow (14:00, Auditorium 4 or 2).
The thesis is here (draft version).
The abstract reads:
This dissertation offers a cultural theoretical interpretation of the emergence of personal affective mobile media [PAMM]. By interpreting the apparent cultural changes and representation of mobile devices, the dissertation provides a description that emphasizes a conceptual shift from understanding technology as efficiency to using it affectively.
Writes Charles Authur of The Guardian:
It’s an emerging rule of thumb that suggests that if you get a group of
100 people online then one will create content, 10 will “interact” with
it (commenting or offering improvements) and the other 89 will just
That’s very fine and interesting, of course. But does anyone know of a credible analysis of motivations for contributing? What makes those 1% tick? What incentives do they face which the silent majority do not?