T-SIOC, object-centered sociality

I've been reading Jyri Zengestrom's post about object-centered sociality again and I think this illustrates one usage of our SIOC Types module (T-SIOC) very nicely. I've extended my previous picture showing a person being linked across communities to this idea of people (via their user profiles) being connected by the content they create together, co-annotate, or for which they use similar annotations. Bob and Carol are connected via bookmarked URLs that they both have annotated and also through events that they are both attending, and Alice and Bob are using similar tags and are subscribed to the same blogs.

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(See also Jyri Zengestrom's presentation on object-centered sociality, his paper on collaborative intentionality and social knots, and this resource about organisations and objects.)

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[...] by the WordPress SIOC

[...] by the WordPress SIOC Import plugin based on this SIOC RDF data describing a post located at http://www.johnbreslin.com/blog/2007/04/23/t-sioc-object-centred-sociality/. I?ve been reading Jyri Zengestrom?s post about object-centred sociality again and I think this [...]

[...] This post was created

[...] This post was created by the WordPress SIOC Import plugin based on this SIOC RDF data describing a post located at http://www.johnbreslin.com/blog/2007/04/23/t-sioc-object-centred-sociality/. [...]

[...] This post was created

[...] This post was created by the WordPress SIOC Import plugin based on this SIOC RDF data describing a post located at http://www.johnbreslin.com/blog/2007/04/23/t-sioc-object-centred-sociality/. [...]

[...] previously talked about

[...] previously talked about how SIOC and FOAF can be used to represent this, and how this representation of people’s decentralised content is tied to the networks formed via s.... (See also this [...]

[...] T-SIOC, object-centered

[...] T-SIOC, object-centered sociality at Cloudlands (tags: thesis social networks) [...]

[...] This post was created

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Please, make a correct

Please, make a correct refernce to futuri.us
http://futuri.us/?p=17
Thanks

[...] Posted on December 10,

[...] Posted on December 10, 2007 ? ????????? Uncategorized This post was created by the WordPress SIOC Import plugin based on this SIOC RDF data describing a post located at http://www.johnbreslin.com/blog/2007/04/23/t-sioc-object-centred-sociality/. [...]

[...] It must be acquisition

[...] It must be acquisition season: Google yesterday announced that they have acquired microblogging service Jaiku. Jaiku, founded by Jyri Engestrom (whose post on object-centered sociality I’ve referenced more than once!) and Petteri Koponen, is a direct competitor to Twitter, another popular microblogging service from the US. [...]

[...] T-SIOC, object-centered

[...] T-SIOC, object-centered sociality I’ve been reading Jyri Zengestrom’s post about object-centered sociality again and I think this illustrates one usage of our SIOC Types module (T-SIOC) very nicely. I’ve extended my previous picture showing a person being linked across communities to this idea of people (via their user profiles) being connected by … [...]

[...] T-SIOC, object-centered

[...] T-SIOC, object-centered sociality I’ve been reading Jyri Zengestrom’s post about object-centered sociality again and I think this illustrates one usage of our SIOC Types module (T-SIOC) very nicely. I’ve extended my previous picture showing a person being linked across communities to this idea of people (via their user profiles) being connected by … [...]

[...] This post was created

[...] This post was created by the WordPress SIOC Import plugin based on this SIOC RDF data describing a post located at http://www.johnbreslin.com/blog/2007/04/23/t-sioc-object-centred-sociality/. [...]

[...] This post was created

[...] This post was created by the WordPress SIOC Import plugin based on this SIOC RDF data describing a post located at http://www.johnbreslin.com/blog/2007/04/23/t-sioc-object-centred-sociality/. [...]

[...] This post was created

[...] This post was created by the WordPress SIOC Import plugin based on this SIOC RDF data describing a post located at http://www.johnbreslin.com/blog/2007/04/23/t-sioc-object-centred-sociality/. [...]

[...] This post was created

[...] This post was created by the WordPress SIOC Import plugin based on this SIOC RDF data describing a post located at http://www.johnbreslin.com/blog/2007/04/23/t-sioc-object-centred-sociality/. [...]

I'm always a big fan of crazy

I'm always a big fan of crazy cool diagrams. So keep up the good work. (Not that I'm not interested in the actual work, but actual work is always made more kick ass with cool diagrams.)

[...] To help describe other

[...] To help describe other application areas for online communities (e.g. as described via ODS above), a lot of new terms have been added to the separate SIOC types module (T-SIOC). New types of Container include AddressBook, AnnotationSet, AudioChannel, BookmarkFolder, Briefcase, EventCalendar, ImageGallery, ProjectDirectory, ResumeBank, ReviewArea, SubscriptionList, SurveyCollection, VideoChannel, and Wiki. New types of Forum include ArgumentativeDiscussion, ChatChannel, MailingList, MessageBoard, and Weblog. Poll has been created as a type of Item, and new types of Post include BoardPost, Comment, InstantMessage, and MailMessage. I’ve also drawn a picture of how T-SIOC and FOAF can create networks of object-centred sociality through the content that people create. [...]