Has been travelling since Monday, arrived from Australia 3 hours ago. Poor Dan!
How to re-route 400 passengers?
Soft infrastructure, bits of paper with numbers on. In Hong Kong, malfunctioning aircrafts *(steph-note: not sure I’m understanding all this.)*
Hotel Smart Card keys not working (soft infrastructure fail #59)
=> no matter how good the hard infrastructure is, it’s the soft infrastructure fails that define the experience.
– interaction design
– software design
– information architecture
– service design
– urban design
– urban informatics
– business models
– legal and political context
– belief systems
– social and cultural fabric
In 1939: the “green new city” in the forest (understandable, industrial cities at the time were pretty horrific). Scaling the city from how far you can travel on foot, to tram, train, car…
1966, “New Movement in Cities”
*(steph-note: missed a bit here, I think my brain needed a rest)*
Map showing the shape of wifi around a building (wow).
Projecting the inside of a building on the outside (what’s going on in there? how full is it?)
- Lift12, Development, Redevelopment: Steve Song [en] (2012)
- LIFT08: Kevin Warwick, the "Cyborg" [en] (2008)
- Lift09 — Change — Patrick J. Gyger — Science Fiction and the Future [en] (2009)
- Le Web 3, Server Still Down [en] (2006)
- More LIFT Notes: Sampo Karjalainen, Lee Bryant (and Stowe again) [en] (2007)
- Working Too Much or Not Enough? [en] (2009)
- FOWA: The Future of Presence (Felix Petersen & Jyri Engeström) [en] (2007)
- Web 2.0 Expo, Here We Are! [en] (2008)
- The Hotel by the Sparkling Sea [en] (2009)
- Lift11: Kevin Slavin, Those algorithms that govern our lives [en] (2011)