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Thanks everyone for coming to the first conversation! The next one will be the Tuesday after Thanksgiving… same time, same place! See below for details…
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  • November 14, November 28, December 5
  • 1:30-2:15pm
  • EIK, 32 Edgewood Ave.

What’s the relationship between governance and design? Between audience and community? How can design emerge from a set of starting conditions? Is there underground art on the internet?

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We are planning three conversations this fall about "Interactive Design”. The three topics will be: ‘art.yale.edu’, ‘Reliability’, and ’Attention’. Anyone interested in Interactive Design from the Yale community is welcome to attend. Please see the below ⬇ schedule with topics and suggested readings.

We will be recording these talks, and the edited transcriptions will become “food” for the reader that will be used in both Dan’s and Laurel’s spring interactive classes. All students and faculty are welcome to participate.

Ayham Ghraowi, Dan Michaelson, Laurel Schwulst

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⬇ All three conversations are 1:30-2:15pm in EIK, 32 Edgewood Ave

1 ⤵
November 14
‘art.yale.edu’
Suggested reading: Dan and Jack Balkin interview

2 ⤵
November 28
‘Reliability’
Part 1. Preservation
Suggested reading: Jill Lepore on The Internet Archive
Part 2. Primary or secondary
Suggested readings: Alexander Galloway on Jodi

3 ⤵
December 5
‘Attention’
Part 1. Social networks
Suggested reading: Laurel interviewed Charles Broskoski of Are.na
Part 2. Ubiquity
Suggested reading: The Coming Age of Calm Technology
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Conversation 2 Jill Lepore, “The Cobweb” Link

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Conversation 2 Alexander Galloway, “Jodi’s Infrastructure” Link


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Conversation 1 Jack Balkin and Dan Michaelson, facilitated by Rob Mathews, “Sometimes it Looks like a Duck, Sometimes it Looks like a Rabbit”

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Conversation 3 Laurel Schwulst interviews Charles Broskoski on Are.na, “Charles Broskoski on self-discovery that happens upon revisiting things you’ve accumulated over time” Link

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Conversation 3 Mark Weiser and John Seely Brown, “The Coming Age of Calm Technology” Link

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