Facebook newsfeed is a huge distraction for users, producing unnecessary time waste and a false sense of social engagement. Here we present an app that eradicates Facebook newsfeed and replaces it with some interesting info, advice, and links to the more interesting Facebook features (such as Graph search).
Posted by Nodus Labs | March 21, 2014
Anything can be an interface, as long as it is in between and as everything is in between, everything is an interface. Interfaces create affordances or possibilities for action. They affect our perception and cognition. How can the interfaces with such transformative potential be designed? Moreover, if interface create a set of actions, what if we go beyond the notion of interfaces and think in terms of the protocols? Not the kind of protocols that say to do this and not to do that. The kind of protocols that transcend reality, that lie in the realm of practices, such as meditation, artistic practices, version-control systems, BitCoin, chaotic itinerancy, and other polysingular approaches.
How text network analysis can be used for website SEO. We use an example of a travel guide website to find out what people are searching for in relation to travel, what they actually find, and how well the travel guide website studied responds to the needs of the users. We also explore the idea of content polysingularity ensuring that information offered within the website does not only fulfil the readers’ needs, but also helps them learn more and discover new perspectives about the topics they’re interested in.
Blog posts that originate in several different blogs that are semantically related have a better chance of being disseminated throughout the blogosphere – but only if the stories are picked up by the blogs that have different thematic as well.
Posted by Nodus Labs | January 20, 2013
How the new Facebook Graph Search promotes network thinking but keeps you within the filter bubble of your immediate surrounding.