BlogTalk Reloaded 1.6

Panel 4: Wolfgang Zeglovits and Raymond Elferink & Graham Atwell

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wolfgang zeglovits

“the practice of social software development: case studies of blogger.com and antville.org”

weblog software is not only a technological phenomenon, but a social and a cultural one as well. by enabling a bigger range of users to publish easily content to the web weblogs opened the floor for a social change in publishing

case studies of development of blogging services: antville and blogger

raymond elferink & graham atwell

“the bazaar: developing an open architecture of participation”

http://www.bazaar.org

theories behind site they’re developing

— communities of practice (what it is about; how it functions; what capability has it produced)

— activity theory (“active participants in the practices of social communities and constructing identities in relation to these communities”)

— power of narrative (to say what something means is to say how it is related or connected to something else; to ask the meaning of an event is to ask how it contributed to the story in which it occurs…)

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