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Images, interesting links, and random stuff from Mads Bødker, Associate Professor at Copenhagen Business School. Check links below if you want to know a bit more about me and my work.
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    We have set up the workshop 'Walking for Data' at the INTERACT 2013 conference in Cape TownThe workshop is intended to explore theoretical issues, practical data collection, and tactics for the analysis of place making through what we have labelled ‘walking methods’ and the role this might play in design. Tell everyone!

    A track from our second album Avellaneda (or on spotify here). Thomas on a Gibson Thunderbird electric bass, through a gorgeous tubetech Lydkraft compressor, Keld rocks the cigar box melody, a (sometimes feeding) Gibson Telecaster and a Nord Modular G2 synth, Mads tinkers with a Rhodes stagepiano through software, and plays a crappy trumpet (heavily compressed in the tubetech comp) and an old Hohner melodica.

    The long awaited (for us, at least) third album is very close to being finished…

    A nice post on purity and messiness in corporate and time-constrained ethnography work.  Yay for adaptability.

    Have a listen to an old Skyphone remix of Port Royal. I think it still holds…

    What I did this summer…

    Dark bedroom

    DML2012 John Seely Brown Keynote (by DMLResearchHub) - interesting take on digital tools as curiosity amplifiers…

    Experience maps have become more prominent over the past few years, largely because companies are realizing the interconnectedness of the cross-channel experience. It’s becoming increasingly useful…

    Why IA is bad for you. Writes Joshua Porter: “the term “information architecture” has over time come to encompass, as suggested by its principal promoters, nearly every facet of not just web design,…

    Just a neat way to see instagrams,…

    Services like Foursquare, Gowalla and others make it easy to post your physical location to the Web - but what makes people want to do that at all? Fifteen-month-old Foursquare is adding 100,000 new…

    Although a broad paradigm shift may ultimately be necessary if humankind is to make progress addressing the problems it has created for itself, Web 2.0 with its focus on business seems unlikely to…

    Useful definitions and examples of cultural or “vernacular” landscapes. “A cultural landscape is fashioned from a natural landscape by a culture group. Culture is the agent, the natural area is the…

    Ito sums it up quite nicely: “The ethos of the Internet is that everyone should have the freedom to connect, to innovate, to program, without asking permission. No one can know the whole of the…