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Tuesday, August 10, 2004 

Asynchronous Inhabitation

Social Tapestries: public authoring and civil society (.pdf):
"public authoring technologies enable people to keep abreast of what's happening in places important to them but far away, and to leave their own annotations in those places for local people still in the area or community to feel their presence (albeit virtual) persisting across time and distance. Such a practice could be thought of as an asynchronous inhabitation of place."

Perhaps this explains the why this blog and Living China?!?


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