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  • • System architecture
    9 KB (1,292 words) - 15:18, 9 May 2010
  • [[Image:panic-architecture-maggie-nichols.jpg|center|600px]] ...cially when attached to an audible update signal, is another form of panic architecture because it invites the user to obsessively click it.<ref>Webb, Matt, and To
    2 KB (203 words) - 18:22, 16 December 2011
  • ...is also applied to Foursquare, as it is a territory marking participation architecture such as Foursquare or Google Search Results. In the analog space, this is s
    597 B (89 words) - 21:09, 5 June 2011
  • ...sniffing relates to Foursquare, as it is a territory marking participation architecture.
    283 B (36 words) - 17:21, 16 October 2010
  • *Art, Architecture, Visual & Cultural Studies: Roger Conover, Executive Editor (253-1677)
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  • [[Category:Architecture]]
    174 B (17 words) - 01:40, 11 May 2010
  • Architecture Architecture v. 95 no. 7 (July 2006) p. 55-6 2006
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  • [[Category:Architecture]]
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  • *[[The Metapolis Dictionary of Advanced Architecture]]
    4 KB (538 words) - 18:21, 16 September 2012
  • Malcolm McCullough, Digital Ground: Architecture, Pervasive Computing, and Environmental Knowing, MIT Press, 2004
    7 KB (899 words) - 02:21, 16 January 2011
  • Lars Lerup is the Harry K. and Albert K. Smith Professor in Architecture and Dean at Rice University.
    1 KB (227 words) - 11:04, 30 March 2011
  • ...t works. He has also written extensively on other aspects of the theory of architecture. Present Appointments: Professor of Architectural and [[Urban Morphology]]
    1 KB (192 words) - 11:30, 30 March 2011
  • ...and design applications. It has been extensively applied in the fields of architecture, urban design, planning, transportation and interior design. Over the past
    6 KB (951 words) - 11:23, 30 March 2011
  • ...b/SpaceIsTheMachine.pdf Space is the machine - A configurational theory of architecture] by Bill Hillier, p. 188.</ref>
    1 KB (190 words) - 11:30, 30 March 2011
  • ...the concepts elaborated on in this site, including the second self, panic architecture and how technology is changing humanity.</span>
    6 KB (840 words) - 18:12, 15 April 2011
  • [[Category:Architecture|Cell Phone, The: An Anthropology of Communication]]
    2 KB (245 words) - 02:13, 7 February 2011
  • [[Category:Architecture]]
    495 B (46 words) - 23:21, 25 January 2011
  • [[Category:Architecture]]
    346 B (32 words) - 01:58, 11 May 2010
  • [[Category:Architecture]]
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  • [[Category:Architecture]]
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  • *[[Panic Architecture]]
    11 KB (1,722 words) - 14:11, 5 June 2011
  • .... Alex Pentland, Advisor. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, School of Architecture and Planning, Program in Media Arts and Sciences, 1999.</ref> at the MIT Me
    2 KB (308 words) - 12:04, 16 November 2011
  • Unlike the [[Persistent Architecture]] of the standard-issue desktop keyboard, a chorded keyboard is an input de *[[Persistent Architecture]]
    2 KB (357 words) - 01:38, 14 October 2011
  • ...he local vicinity for assistance. We are currently working on the software architecture that will support such a system. A graduate seminar was run in spring of 20
    4 KB (651 words) - 13:48, 15 May 2010
  • '''CAT Architecture'''
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  • [[Category:Architecture]]
    2 KB (273 words) - 13:39, 15 January 2011
  • ...rchitecture, Planning and Preservation and a founding member of conceptual architecture practice AUDC [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kazys_Varnelis_(historian)]. ...ture and urbanism, which he began as director of the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kazys_Varnelis_(historian)].
    2 KB (222 words) - 08:25, 21 November 2010
  • Related subjects » Architecture - Database Management & Information Retrieval - Geography - Population Stud
    1 KB (190 words) - 18:33, 26 May 2010
  • ...the architecture of rude interfaces us not being dnstructef by traditional architecture any longer --- buy rather programmers, interaction designers, software arch In short, the architecture of the system had to be altered.
    11 KB (1,734 words) - 16:10, 13 February 2011
  • ====Information Architecture for the World Wide Web: Designing Large-Scale Web Sites, by Peter Morville, ...tion-architecture-for-the-world-wide-web.jpg|300px|thumb|right|Information Architecture for the World Wide Web]]
    32 KB (4,962 words) - 00:56, 18 June 2010
  • ...h her digitally. There is a dichotomy of identity present in her life. The architecture of the online space allows her different movement than what is possible in ...h her digitally. There is a dichotomy of identity present in her life. The architecture of the online space allows different movement than what is possible in real
    12 KB (2,016 words) - 19:44, 26 November 2010
  • Firefox StumbleUpon plugin. Settings to postmodernism, architecture, graphic design, Art. .... Exhibits which take the simracrulum and make it lie. Sites that make the architecture of the videogame into reality. Rebasing the idea of the videogame, taking i
    1 KB (208 words) - 14:41, 16 August 2010
  • ====Architecture of Participation==== ...Reilly wrote about his use of the phrase "the [[participation architecture|architecture of participation]]" to describe the nature of systems that are designed for
    2 KB (394 words) - 19:14, 12 December 2010
  • ===[[Information Architecture]]=== ...and online communities, and ways of bringing the principles of design and architecture to the digital landscape.
    62 KB (9,581 words) - 14:33, 21 January 2011
  • ===[http://journalofia.org/focus/ Journal of Information Architecture]=== ...evelopment of the scientific body of knowledge in the field of information architecture.
    3 KB (444 words) - 19:35, 22 June 2010
  • Was it the architecture of Twitter? A trust economy, established by the rapid exchange of everyday
    9 KB (1,454 words) - 01:57, 23 June 2010
  • Design becomes paramount in ultra-light modernity? When ideas and architecture float, only the lightest can rise to the top, but in contradiction, this ul ...without its label, without its atmosphere, without that experience. As the architecture of experience goes online, design will be the ultimate harbinger of visitor
    2 KB (331 words) - 01:54, 24 June 2010
  • Brahe received his B.S. in Architecture from Portland State University, and he has a passion for ethical design and The presentation involved architecture. One of the best slides demonstrated a beautifully formed pedestrian bridge
    13 KB (2,072 words) - 15:35, 26 January 2011
  • [[Architecture or Techno-Utopia: Politics after Modernism]] by Felicity Dale Elliston Scot [[Digital Ground: Architecture, Pervasive Computing, and Environment]] by Malcolm McCullough
    10 KB (1,482 words) - 12:47, 26 January 2011
  • ===Digital Ground (Architecture)=== [[Digital Ground: Architecture, Pervasive Computing, and Environment]] by Malcolm McCullough
    6 KB (880 words) - 21:24, 13 July 2010
  • Tim O’Reilly used the phrase "the architecture of participation" to describe the nature of systems that are designed for u ...A good software project or social network “can be seen to have a natural architecture of participation”.
    38 KB (6,509 words) - 23:19, 6 September 2010
  • Tim O’Reilly used the phrase "the architecture of participation" to describe the nature of systems that are designed for u .../oreilly.com/pub/a/oreilly/tim/articles/architecture_of_participation.html architecture of participation]”.
    46 KB (7,981 words) - 12:24, 1 October 2011
  • ...nderstanding how the brain and body function. Useful as a base information architecture for understanding how computers might affect the brain.
    5 KB (695 words) - 22:39, 13 September 2010
  • ==[http://www.flickr.com/groups/informationarchitecture/ Information Architecture]== Information Architecture (often abbreviated "I.A.") is the practice of structuring knowledge or data
    7 KB (991 words) - 14:19, 4 June 2011
  • *[[Panic Architecture]]
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  • ...an architecture inflences how people move, and people affect how a digital architecture is created. we're dealing with soft architectures online that can be more e ...ed architecture of our time is clearly giving rise to a quest for a haptic architecture". (Translation - We see most things now (computer monitors, ect) - we don't
    40 KB (6,616 words) - 23:54, 20 September 2010
  • ===[http://www.iab.org/ Internet Architecture Board]===
    25 KB (3,731 words) - 22:19, 20 January 2011
  • ...illing, and any other redundant experience that might dull [[Participation Architecture|participation culture]]. Automation also helps to make Impossible Feasts mo
    610 B (87 words) - 18:57, 2 July 2011
  • ...s and more voluntary contribution. Facebook is an example of a stimulating architecture that uses Stigmergy to increase worker involvement. For most, Facebook is a
    4 KB (560 words) - 00:08, 15 August 2012
  • .... We’re so sick of having to be available for every impulse (see [[Panic Architecture]]) We used to look for information to solve a problem. It was slow. Now, In
    6 KB (979 words) - 19:51, 30 January 2011

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