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Remixing Hyperpublic: Two Video Mash-Ups

As I announced in a previous entry from this blog, at the Youth and Media (YAM) lab we were working on the creation of a remix version of the 12 video-interviews we had with the participants of the Hyperpublic symposium. … Continue reading

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Voices from Hyperpublic: 12 short video interviews with participants of the symposium.

Some weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend the Hyperpublic symposium hosted by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, and assumed the challenge, together with other interns at the Youth and Media (YAM) Lab, of … Continue reading

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Joyce Neys: Hyper-Public Symposium at Berkman

Cross posted from Joyce Neys blog Last week on June 10 a range of different disciplines came eye to eye to discuss the changing concepts of privacy and public space at the Hyper-Public symposium. Taking note of the influence of … Continue reading

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Thank You!

We want to express our thanks to all those who attended “Hyper-Public: A Symposium on Designing Privacy and Public Space in the Connected World” at Harvard University on June 9-10th. It was a pleasure meeting and engaging with such a … Continue reading

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Hyperlinking Hyper-Public #1: Videos, Visual Map, and Symposium Redux

In the coming weeks, we will be releasing videos, audio, visualizations, and other outputs from “Hyper-Public: A Symposium on Designing Privacy and Public Space,” which took place on June 10th at Harvard University. Hyper-Public brought together computer scientists, ethnographers, architects, … Continue reading

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Visual Map

Blog Post via Berkman Intern Hannah Deresiewicz Visual Map via Berkman Interns Hannah Deresiewicz and Joyce Neys The Hyper-Public symposium might best be described as an unconventional amalgamation, disciplines traditionally divergent brought together to discuss the emerging phenomenon of hyper-public … Continue reading

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local press

The Harvard Gazette’s coverage of the conference.

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Liveblogging Notes

David Weinberger & Ethan Zuckerman are liveblogging the symposium. via Ethan: Walls and thresholds – physical metaphors at Hyper-public Latanya Sweeney and rethinking transparency Data, the city and the public object Hubert Burkert – moving beyond the metaphor Charlie Nesson … Continue reading

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Urs Gasser’s Opening Remarks

Opening Remarks Urs Gasser Let me introduce some of the core themes of symposium by reporting about an April 2011 court decision of the Federal Administrative Court of Switzerland – my home country. In the April ruling, the Swiss Federal … Continue reading

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Oracle Hallway Installation at Hyper-Public

The Oracle is an installation produced by the metaLAB (at) Harvard that records and exhibits selected tweets previously published by participants in the Hyper-Public conference. The Oracle uses an algorithm that browses the participants’ Twitter archives for their most personal … Continue reading

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