Keyword: Knowledge

Resources

Socratic Search / Ted Hunt

Socratic Search is a speculative search engine based upon the principles of Socractic Questioning, and built on Google Custom Search technology. Replacing a single search button with multiple search options. It’s aim is to guide users into a deeper, more disciplined ways of questioning the worlds information that Google organises and returns to us every day.“

http://www.ted-hunt.com/SOCRATES.html
http://www.ted-hunt.com/Socrates/

Design for an Entrance to the Internet / Ted Hunt

„A workshop and ongoing research project which uses Sir John Soane’s unrealised architectural speculation ‚Design for an Entrance to London‘ (c 1805) as a means to reimagine how we directly access and perceive the internet as the modern equivalent to the living organism of a city. The workshop questions how we might do this in a way that more critically considers the role access to the internet plays in authoring our interpretation of reality, our shared values, our social potential and human evolution.“

http://designforanentrancetotheinternet.com

Hamlet / Doug 50

Group project to develop a new software system based on Doug Engelbart’s ideas for the 50th anniversary of the demo of 1968.

http://ualr.edu/jdberleant/URLtable-DB.html
http://dkr.space
http://doug-50.info
http://timebrowser.info

schema.org

„Schema.org is a collaborative, community activity with a mission to create, maintain, and promote schemas for structured data on the Internet, on web pages, in email messages, and beyond.“

http://schema.org

Text in N-Dimensions / Xiangjun Shi Trofimov (Shixie) & Anne Burdick

„The project aims to re-invent the traditional reading interface for digital humanity scholars based on Jerome McGann’s idea: a “dynamic space that can be organized in an indefinite number of perspectives.” The idea is that the reader will be able to „wander“ through a field of text content, and by taking different perspective to view this field of content, derive different threads of argumentation.“

http://www.shixie.org/project_ndtext.html

Ted Nelson / Concepts & Prototypes


1965, Side-by-side connected comparison of parallel documents


1972, Transpointing windows


1999, PYXI viewer by Ka-Ping Yee


2014, OpenXanadu by Ted Nelson and Nicholas Levin

Key concepts
Xanalogical structure
Parallel documents / Transpointing windows
Annotation
Deep links
Deep versioning and re-use (transclusion)
Xanalinks
Stretchtext
Intertwingledness

Links
http://ted.hyperland.net
http://xanadu.com/xUniverse-D6
http://xanadu.com.au/ted/XUsurvey/xuDation.html
http://xanadu.com/XUarchive/htn8.tif
JS implementation of Stretchtext
ZigZag database system

Negative Capability, that is when man is capable of being in uncertainties. Mysteries, doubts, without any irritable reaching after fact and reason. / John Keats

BackStory / Floria Kräutli

Interactive tool/piece that visualizes editing processes on text archives (Wikipedia articles in this case).

projects.kraeutli.com/
www.icaphila.org/

FOLD / Alexis Hope, Kevin Hu

Contextual news and storytelling platform.

http://www.fastcodesign.com/
http://fold.media.mit.edu

Commonplacing

„Commonplace Books“ – organised notebooks – as technology of „Personal Knowledge Management“ since 15th century. How can diverse fragments of knowledge be recorded and organised in a way to reliably recover them and at the same time stimulate creative recombinations?

Mikko Kuorinki


„All the words from Michel Foucault’s The Order of Things: An Archaelogy of the Human Sciences in alphabetical order.“


World map with washed out geography.

http://www.kuorinki.com/

Common Sense Computing / ConceptNet

MIT project to develop a collection (a „hypergraph“) of „Common Sense Knowledge“. „To improve computers‘ understanding of the world that people live in and talk about, we need to provide them with usable knowledge about the basic relationships between things that nearly every person knows.“ The data set is free to download and explorable online.

http://csc.media.mit.edu/
http://conceptnet5.media.mit.edu/

HyperImage

Research project about the possible role of networked images in the sciences. A system to assamble, categorise, annotate and link images wants to explore new forms of working with images in other scientific contexts than in art history. Some examples on the website.

http://www.uni-lueneburg.de/

Tree of Life (Hillis Plot)

A more complex diagram of evolutionary relations.

http://www.zo.utexas.edu/

Valentin Beinroth

http://www.valentinbeinroth.com

Mark Dion

http://www.artnet.de/künstler/mark-dion/
http://www.tanyabonakdargallery.com/