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ramblings by paolo on web2.0, wikipedia, social networking, trust, reputation, …
3 open positions on design thinking available in trento!
design thinking and how it transformed airbnb from failing startup to billion-dollar business
design thinking: norman and i (and the stupid question)
manypedia presented at wikisym
which wikipedia pages are edited mainly by females?
models of economic production, encarta vs wikipedia, and sober economists
mit press book “the reputation society” (containing a chapter by me) is out!
article about manypedia on italian newspaper corriere
my presentation at wikisym: studying (current) history by analyzing wikipedia
wikitrip: animated visualization over time of gender and geo-location of wikipedians who edited a page
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“if you ever want to understand your product, go stay in the home of your customer”
it’s okay to do things that don’t scale
go meet the people
visible, tactical, tangible insight that came from somebody is consuming your product or your service”
become the patient
stars vs heart icons story
let people be pirates, ship stuff and try new things
“that is design thinking. ask the stupid question.”
it is by questioning the obvious that we make great progress
manypedia: comparing language points of view of wikipedia communities
paolo massa
out of more than 4 million pages in the english wikipedia, just one article is edited more by females than males!!!
that article, with 7 male editors and 9 male editors, is cloth menstrual pad
10 years ago you could not have found a single sober economist anywhere on planet earth who would have predicted the wikipedia model
mit press
the reputation society: how online opinions are reshaping the offline worl
judith donath
paul resnick
danielle keats citron
craig newmark
hassan masum, mark tovey, & yi-cheng zhang
chrysanthos dellarocas
randy farmer
john henry clippinger
john whitfield
eric goldman
lior strahilevitz
cliff lampe
alex steffen
marc maxson & mari kuraishi
michael nielsen
victor henning, jason hoyt, and jan reichelt
john willinsky
lucio picci
paolo massa
luca iandoli, josh introne, & mark klein
michael zimmer & anthony hoffman
jamais cascio
madeline ashby & cory doctorow
collective memory building in wikipedia: the case of north african uprisings
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deadline for applying is 12 april 2017
“if you ever want to understand your product, go stay in the home of your customer”
it’s okay to do things that don’t scale
go meet the people
visible, tactical, tangible insight that came from somebody is consuming your product or your service”
become the patient
stars vs heart icons story
let people be pirates, ship stuff and try new things
“that is design thinking. ask the stupid question.”
it is by questioning the obvious that we make great progress
manypedia: comparing language points of view of wikipedia communities
paolo massa
out of more than 4 million pages in the english wikipedia, just one article is edited more by females than males!!!
that article, with 7 male editors and 9 male editors, is cloth menstrual pad
10 years ago you could not have found a single sober economist anywhere on planet earth who would have predicted the wikipedia model
mit press
the reputation society: how online opinions are reshaping the offline worl
judith donath
paul resnick
danielle keats citron
craig newmark
hassan masum, mark tovey, & yi-cheng zhang
chrysanthos dellarocas
randy farmer
john henry clippinger
john whitfield
eric goldman
lior strahilevitz
cliff lampe
alex steffen
marc maxson & mari kuraishi
michael nielsen
victor henning, jason hoyt, and jan reichelt
john willinsky
lucio picci
paolo massa
luca iandoli, josh introne, & mark klein
michael zimmer & anthony hoffman
jamais cascio
madeline ashby & cory doctorow
collective memory building in wikipedia: the case of north african uprisings
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em deadline for applying is 12 april 2017
“if you ever want to understand your product, go stay in the home of your customer”
it’s okay to do things that don’t scale
go meet the people
visible, tactical, tangible insight that came from somebody is consuming your product or your service”
become the patient
stars vs heart icons story
let people be pirates, ship stuff and try new things
“that is design thinking. ask the stupid question.”
it is by questioning the obvious that we make great progress
manypedia: comparing language points of view of wikipedia communities
paolo massa
out of more than 4 million pages in the english wikipedia, just one article is edited more by females than males!!!
that article, with 7 male editors and 9 male editors, is cloth menstrual pad
10 years ago you could not have found a single sober economist anywhere on planet earth who would have predicted the wikipedia model
mit press
the reputation society: how online opinions are reshaping the offline worl
judith donath
paul resnick
danielle keats citron
craig newmark
hassan masum, mark tovey, & yi-cheng zhang
chrysanthos dellarocas
randy farmer
john henry clippinger
john whitfield
eric goldman
lior strahilevitz
cliff lampe
alex steffen
marc maxson & mari kuraishi
michael nielsen
victor henning, jason hoyt, and jan reichelt
john willinsky
lucio picci
paolo massa
luca iandoli, josh introne, & mark klein
michael zimmer & anthony hoffman
jamais cascio
madeline ashby & cory doctorow
collective memory building in wikipedia: the case of north african uprisings
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ramblings by paolo on web2.0, wikipedia, social networking, trust, reputation, … http://www.gnuband.org/
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papers http://www.gnuband.org/papers/
a comparison of trust metrics on advogato social network http://www.gnuband.org/papers/a_comparison_of_trust_metrics_on_advogato_social_network/
a survey of trust use and modeling in current real systems http://www.gnuband.org/papers/a_survey_of_trust_use_and_modeling_in_current_real_systems/
a trust-enhanced recommender system application: moleskiing http://www.gnuband.org/papers/a_trust-enhanced_recommender_system_application_moleskiing/
an empirical analysis on social capital and enterprise 2.0 participation in a research institute http://www.gnuband.org/papers/an_empirical_analysis_on_social_capital_and_enterprise_20_participation_in_a_research_institute/
an on-line evaluation framework for recommender systems http://www.gnuband.org/papers/an_on-line_evaluation_framework_for_recommender_systems/
analyzing collaborative networks emerging in enterprise 2.0: the taolin platform http://www.gnuband.org/papers/analyzing_collaborative_networks_emerging_in_enterprise_20_the_taolin_platform/
collaborative case-based recommendation systems http://www.gnuband.org/papers/collaborative_case-based_recommendation_systems/
collaborative radio community http://www.gnuband.org/papers/collaborative_radio_community/
collective memory building in wikipedia: the case of north african uprisings http://www.gnuband.org/papers/collective_memory_building_in_wikipedia_the_case_of_north_african_uprisings/
compositional cbr via collaborative filtering http://www.gnuband.org/papers/compositional_cbr_via_collaborative_filtering/
data mining, decision support and meta-learning: towards an implicit culture architecture for kdd http://www.gnuband.org/papers/data_mining_decision_support_and_meta-learning_towards_an_implicit_culture_architecture_for_kdd/
gender gap in wikipedia editing: a cross-language comparison http://www.gnuband.org/papers/gender-gap-in-wikipedia-editing-a-cross-language-comparison/
implicit culture for multi-agent interaction support http://www.gnuband.org/papers/implicit_culture_for_multi-agent_interaction_support/
learning contextualised weblog topics http://www.gnuband.org/papers/learning_contextualised_weblog_topics/
manypedia: comparing language points of view of wikipedia communities http://www.gnuband.org/papers/manypedia-comparing-language-points-of-view-of-wikipedia-communities/
moleskiing.it: a trust-aware recommender system for ski mountaineering http://www.gnuband.org/papers/moleskiingit_a_trust-aware_recommender_system_for_ski_mountaineering/
moleskiing: a trust-aware decentralized recommender system http://www.gnuband.org/papers/moleskiing_a_trust-aware_decentralized_recommender_system/
page-rerank: using trusted links to re-rank authority http://www.gnuband.org/papers/page-rerank_using_trusted_links_to_re-rank_authority/
page-rerank: using trusted links to re-rank authority http://www.gnuband.org/papers/page-rerank_using_trusted_links_to_re-rank_authority-2/
reputation-based system: a security analysis http://www.gnuband.org/papers/reputation-based_system_a_security_analysis/
social networks of wikipedia http://www.gnuband.org/papers/social_networks_of_wikipedia/
supporting collaborative networks in organizational settings using an enterprise 2.0 platform http://www.gnuband.org/papers/supporting_collaborative_networks_in_organizational_settings_using_an_enterprise_20_platform/
trust it forward: tyranny of the majority or echo chambers? http://www.gnuband.org/papers/trust_it_forward_tyranny_of_the_majority_or_echo_chambers/
trust-aware bootstrapping of recommender systems http://www.gnuband.org/papers/trust-aware_bootstrapping_of_recommender_systems/
trust-aware collaborative filtering for recommender systems http://www.gnuband.org/papers/trust-aware_collaborative_filtering_for_recommender_systems/
trust-aware recommender systems http://www.gnuband.org/papers/trust-aware_recommender_systems/
trustlet, open research on trust metrics http://www.gnuband.org/papers/trustlet_open_research_on_trust/
using trust in recommender systems: an experimental analysis http://www.gnuband.org/papers/using_trust_in_recommender_systems_an_experimental_analysis/
wikitrip: animated visualization over time of gender and geo-location of wikipedians who edited a page http://www.gnuband.org/papers/wikitrip-animated-visualization-over-time-of-gender-and-geo-location-of-wikipedians-who-edited-a-page/
trust metrics in recommender systems http://www.gnuband.org/papers/trust_metrics_in_recommender_systems/
trust metrics on controversial users: balancing between tyranny of the majority and echo chambers http://www.gnuband.org/papers/trust_metrics_on_controversial_users_balancing_between_tyranny_of_the_majority_and_echo_chambers-2/
trustlet, open research on trust metrics (extended) http://www.gnuband.org/papers/trustlet_open_research_on_trust_metrics_extended/
controversial users demand local trust metrics: an experimental study on epinions.com community http://www.gnuband.org/papers/controversial_users_demand_local_trust_metrics_an_experimental_study_on_epinionscom_community/
reputation is in the eye of the beholder: on subjectivity and objectivity of trust statements http://www.gnuband.org/papers/reputation_is_in_the_eye_of_the_beholder_on_subjectivity_and_objectivity_of_trust_statements/
a multicultural doctorate course on information and communication technologies for development (ict4d) http://www.gnuband.org/papers/a_multicultural_doctorate_course_on_information_and_communication_technologies_for_development_ict4d/
bowling alone and trust decline in social network sites http://www.gnuband.org/papers/bowling_alone_and_trust_decline_in_social_network_sites/
archives http://www.gnuband.org/archives/
contact http://www.gnuband.org/contact/
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3 open positions on design thinking available in trento! http://www.gnuband.org/2017/03/29/3-open-positions-on-design-thinking-available-in-trento/
leave a reply http://www.gnuband.org/2017/03/29/3-open-positions-on-design-thinking-available-in-trento/#respond
design research lab http://r.unitn.it/en/lett/design-research-lab
art institute artigianelli http://www.artigianelli.tn.it
details are in the call http://web.unitn.it/files/download/44521/2_bando_ass_design_pubb.pdf
ask me any question http://www.gnuband.org/contact/
http://www.gnuband.org/2017/03/29/3-open-positions-on-design-thinking-available-in-trento/
design thinking and how it transformed airbnb from failing startup to billion-dollar business http://www.gnuband.org/2017/03/27/design-thinking-and-how-it-transformed-airbnb-from-failing-startup-to-billion-dollar-business/
leave a reply http://www.gnuband.org/2017/03/27/design-thinking-and-how-it-transformed-airbnb-from-failing-startup-to-billion-dollar-business/#respond
couchsurfing http://www.gnuband.org/tag/couchsurfing/
“hackers and painters” essay http://www.paulgraham.com/hp.html
undercover user experience design http://undercoverux.com
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruejyswwwpy
airbnb http://www.gnuband.org/tag/airbnb/
design thinking http://www.gnuband.org/tag/design-thinking/
service design http://www.gnuband.org/tag/service-design/
http://www.gnuband.org/2017/03/27/design-thinking-and-how-it-transformed-airbnb-from-failing-startup-to-billion-dollar-business/
paolo http://www.gnuband.org/author/paolo/
design thinking: norman and i (and the stupid question) http://www.gnuband.org/2017/03/10/design-thinking-norman-and-i-and-the-stupid-question/
leave a reply http://www.gnuband.org/2017/03/10/design-thinking-norman-and-i-and-the-stupid-question/#respond
design thinking as a powerful but false myth http://www.core77.com/posts/16790/design-thinking-a-useful-myth-16790
rethinking design thinking http://www.core77.com/posts/24579/rethinking-design-thinking
design thinking http://www.gnuband.org/tag/design-thinking/
norman http://www.gnuband.org/tag/norman/
questions http://www.gnuband.org/tag/questions/
service design http://www.gnuband.org/tag/service-design/
http://www.gnuband.org/2017/03/10/design-thinking-norman-and-i-and-the-stupid-question/
paolo http://www.gnuband.org/author/paolo/
manypedia presented at wikisym http://www.gnuband.org/2013/03/18/manypedia-presented-at-wikisym/
leave a reply http://www.gnuband.org/2013/03/18/manypedia-presented-at-wikisym/#respond
manypedia http://www.manypedia.com
manypedia: comparing language points of view of wikipedia communities http://www.slideshare.net/phauly/manypedia-comparing-language-points-of-view-of-wikipedia-communities
paolo massa http://www.slideshare.net/phauly
http://www.manypedia.com http://www.manypedia.com
http://www.gnuband.org/papers/manypedia-comparing-language-points-of-view-of-wikipedia-communities/ http://www.gnuband.org/papers/manypedia-comparing-language-points-of-view-of-wikipedia-communities/
languages http://www.gnuband.org/tag/languages/
manypedia http://www.gnuband.org/tag/manypedia/
pop http://www.gnuband.org/tag/pop/
wikipedia http://www.gnuband.org/tag/wikipedia/
http://www.gnuband.org/2013/03/18/manypedia-presented-at-wikisym/
paolo http://www.gnuband.org/author/paolo/
which wikipedia pages are edited mainly by females? http://www.gnuband.org/2012/09/19/which-wikipedia-pages-are-edited-mainly-by-females/
leave a reply http://www.gnuband.org/2012/09/19/which-wikipedia-pages-are-edited-mainly-by-females/#respond
wikitrip http://sonetlab.fbk.eu/wikitrip/
open source on github https://github.com/volpino/wikipedia-timeline
via gizmodo http://gizmodo.com/5942168/the-wikipedia-gender-divide-visualized
santiago ortiz has used our wikipedia gender api for creating a fantastic visualization http://moebio.com/research/wikipediagender/#tv_programs&films&books&emotions&cities&sports&from_list&popular
cloth menstrual pad http://sonetlab.fbk.eu/wikitrip/#|en|cloth_menstrual_pad
cloth menstrual pad http://sonetlab.fbk.eu/wikitrip/#|en|cloth_menstrual_pad
- http://moebio.com/research/wikipediagender/#tv_programs&films&books&emotions&cities&sports&from_list&popular
api.php http://toolserver.org/%7esonet/api.php
example http://toolserver.org/%7esonet/api.php?article=london&lang=en&editors&max_editors=5
api_gender.php http://toolserver.org/%7esonet/api_gender.php
example http://toolserver.org/%7esonet/api_gender.php?article=london&lang=en
api_geojson.php http://toolserver.org/%7esonet/api_geojson.php
example http://toolserver.org/%7esonet/api_geojson.php?article=london&lang=en
federico “fox” scrinzi http://autistici.org/fox/
http://www.gnuband.org/2012/09/19/which-wikipedia-pages-are-edited-mainly-by-females/
models of economic production, encarta vs wikipedia, and sober economists http://www.gnuband.org/2012/09/05/models-of-economic-production-encarta-vs-wikipedia-and-sober-economists/
leave a reply http://www.gnuband.org/2012/09/05/models-of-economic-production-encarta-vs-wikipedia-and-sober-economists/#respond
the surprising science of motivation http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/en/dan_pink_on_motivation.html
http://www.gnuband.org/2012/09/05/models-of-economic-production-encarta-vs-wikipedia-and-sober-economists/
mit press book “the reputation society” (containing a chapter by me) is out! http://www.gnuband.org/2012/01/24/mit-press-book-the-reputation-society-containing-a-chapter-by-me-is-out/
leave a reply http://www.gnuband.org/2012/01/24/mit-press-book-the-reputation-society-containing-a-chapter-by-me-is-out/#respond
on mit press http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?ttype=2&tid=12750
on amazon http://www.amazon.com/reputation-society-opinions-reshaping-information/dp/0262016648
trust it forward: tyranny of the majority or echo chambers? http://www.gnuband.org/papers/trust_it_forward_tyranny_of_the_majority_or_echo_chambers/
book http://www.gnuband.org/tag/book/
mit press http://www.gnuband.org/tag/mit-press/
reputation http://www.gnuband.org/tag/reputation/
research http://www.gnuband.org/tag/research/
society http://www.gnuband.org/tag/society/
trust http://www.gnuband.org/tag/trust/
http://www.gnuband.org/2012/01/24/mit-press-book-the-reputation-society-containing-a-chapter-by-me-is-out/
paolo http://www.gnuband.org/author/paolo/
article about manypedia on italian newspaper corriere http://www.gnuband.org/2012/01/24/article-about-manypedia-on-italian-newspaper-corriere/
leave a reply http://www.gnuband.org/2012/01/24/article-about-manypedia-on-italian-newspaper-corriere/#respond
manypedia http://www.manypedia.com
wikitrip http://sonetlab.fbk.eu/wikitrip/
corriere.it http://www.corriere.it/scienze_e_tecnologie/12_gennaio_09/manypedia-compara-versioni-curzel_99600478-3aa3-11e1-8a43-34573d1838c1.shtml
- http://www.corriere.it/scienze_e_tecnologie/12_gennaio_09/manypedia-compara-versioni-curzel_99600478-3aa3-11e1-8a43-34573d1838c1.shtml
corriere http://www.gnuband.org/tag/corriere/
manypedia http://www.gnuband.org/tag/manypedia/
wikipedia http://www.gnuband.org/tag/wikipedia/
wikitrip http://www.gnuband.org/tag/wikitrip/
http://www.gnuband.org/2012/01/24/article-about-manypedia-on-italian-newspaper-corriere/
paolo http://www.gnuband.org/author/paolo/
my presentation at wikisym: studying (current) history by analyzing wikipedia http://www.gnuband.org/2011/11/09/my-presentation-at-wikisym-studying-current-history-by-analyzing-wikipedia/
leave a reply http://www.gnuband.org/2011/11/09/my-presentation-at-wikisym-studying-current-history-by-analyzing-wikipedia/#respond
collective memory building in wikipedia http://www.gnuband.org/papers/collective_memory_building_in_wikipedia_the_case_of_north_african_uprisings/
collective memory building in wikipedia: the case of north african uprisings http://www.slideshare.net/phauly/collective-memory-building-in-wikipedia-the-case-of-north-african-uprisings
http://www.gnuband.org/2011/11/09/my-presentation-at-wikisym-studying-current-history-by-analyzing-wikipedia/
wikitrip: animated visualization over time of gender and geo-location of wikipedians who edited a page http://www.gnuband.org/2011/09/30/wikitrip-animated-visualization-over-time-of-gender-and-geo-location-of-wikipedians-who-edited-a-page/
leave a reply http://www.gnuband.org/2011/09/30/wikitrip-animated-visualization-over-time-of-gender-and-geo-location-of-wikipedians-who-edited-a-page/#respond
where in the world are wikipedians who edited the page “peace” http://sonetlab.fbk.eu/wikitrip/#|en|peace
origin of edits for the equivalent page in the arabic wikipedia http://sonetlab.fbk.eu/wikitrip/#|ar|%d8%b3%d9%84%d8%a7%d9%85
“amani” in the swahili wikipedia http://sonetlab.fbk.eu/wikitrip/#|sw|amani
our whitepaper http://www.gnuband.org/papers/wikitrip-animated-visualization-over-time-of-gender-and-geo-location-of-wikipedians-who-edited-a-page/
http://sonetlab.fbk.eu/wikitrip/ http://sonetlab.fbk.eu/wikitrip/
http://www.gnuband.org/2011/09/30/wikitrip-animated-visualization-over-time-of-gender-and-geo-location-of-wikipedians-who-edited-a-page/
older posts http://www.gnuband.org/page/2/
- https://www.facebook.com/paolo.o.massa
- http://www.twitter.com/phauly
- http://www.slideshare.net/phauly
3 open positions on design thinking available in trento! http://www.gnuband.org/2017/03/29/3-open-positions-on-design-thinking-available-in-trento/
design thinking and how it transformed airbnb from failing startup to billion-dollar business http://www.gnuband.org/2017/03/27/design-thinking-and-how-it-transformed-airbnb-from-failing-startup-to-billion-dollar-business/
design thinking: norman and i (and the stupid question) http://www.gnuband.org/2017/03/10/design-thinking-norman-and-i-and-the-stupid-question/
manypedia presented at wikisym http://www.gnuband.org/2013/03/18/manypedia-presented-at-wikisym/
which wikipedia pages are edited mainly by females? http://www.gnuband.org/2012/09/19/which-wikipedia-pages-are-edited-mainly-by-females/
more info about paolo http://www.gnuband.org/about/
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ramblings by paolo on web2.0, wikipedia, social networking, trust, reputation, … menu skip to content homeabout why gnuband.org papers a comparison of trust metrics on advogato social network a survey of trust use and modeling in current real systems a trust-enhanced recommender system application: moleskiing an empirical analysis on social capital and enterprise 2.0 participation in a research institute an on-line evaluation framework for recommender systems analyzing collaborative networks emerging in enterprise 2.0: the taolin platform collaborative case-based recommendation systems collaborative radio community collective memory building in wikipedia: the case of north african uprisings compositional cbr via collaborative filtering data mining, decision support and meta-learning: towards an implicit culture architecture for kdd gender gap in wikipedia editing: a cross-language comparison implicit culture for multi-agent interaction support learning contextualised weblog topics manypedia: comparing language points of view of wikipedia communities moleskiing.it: a trust-aware recommender system for ski mountaineering moleskiing: a trust-aware decentralized recommender system page-rerank: using trusted links to re-rank authority page-rerank: using trusted links to re-rank authority reputation-based system: a security analysis social networks of wikipedia supporting collaborative networks in organizational settings using an enterprise 2.0 platform trust it forward: tyranny of the majority or echo chambers? trust-aware bootstrapping of recommender systems trust-aware collaborative filtering for recommender systems trust-aware recommender systems trustlet, open research on trust metrics using trust in recommender systems: an experimental analysis wikitrip: animated visualization over time of gender and geo-location of wikipedians who edited a page trust metrics in recommender systems trust metrics on controversial users: balancing between tyranny of the majority and echo chambers trustlet, open research on trust metrics (extended) controversial users demand local trust metrics: an experimental study on epinions.com community reputation is in the eye of the beholder: on subjectivity and objectivity of trust statements a multicultural doctorate course on information and communication technologies for development (ict4d) bowling alone and trust decline in social network sites archives contact 3 open positions on design thinking available in trento! leave a reply the new adventure i was mentioning few days ago is the design research lab, a joint initiative of university of trento, confindustria, art institute artigianelli and bruno kessler foundation. we are currently recruiting and now there are 3 open positions as research fellow in the design research lab. the duration of the contract is for 12 months. the gross amount is 19.668 euros. all the details are in the call. the broad goals of the design research lab (and the tasks of the research fellows) are to effectively promote in public and private organizations the culture of services and their design as levers of product creation and central factors of local development. the deadline for applying is 12 april 2017 (hurry up!) feel free to ask me any question. we might end up working together ;) this post was created on 29 march 2017. design thinking and how it transformed airbnb from failing startup to billion-dollar business leave a reply very interesting conversation with joe gebbia, co-founder of airbnb. i share some insights i got by watching the 2013 video. first insight: they were 3 founders in california with a stagnating company (airbnb), they could have kept staying in their office trying to improve the site, write more software code and instead what did they do? realising that apartments in new york all had horrible photos, they took a flight (from california to new york!), rented a camera, knock on doors of airbnb users in new york, took better photos of their apartments and replace them on the site. as joe says in the interview, “for the first year, we sat behind our computer screens trying to code our way through problems”, instead going to meet their users is one of the pillars of design thinking, its very human-centred focus. just after this intervention, revenues which were stagnating at 200 dollars per week went up to 400 dollars per week. near the end, joe says “if you ever want to understand your product, go stay in the home of your customer” (well, this applies only to airbnb … and maybe also to couchsurfing ;) actually the previous suggestion was given to airbnb founder by paul graham (of ycombinator, i loved his “hackers and painters” essay!) which suggested it’s okay to do things that don’t scale. what is the meaning? i think it’s again about being very human-centred, going out of the building, develop empathy with specific persons and really understand him/her. so that you can make improvements that really satisfy real needs (of at least one real person!). scaling to millions of persons will come later, if needed. another suggestion by paul graham was go meet the people which again is the very human-centred side of design thinking. the interviewer asks “what if your company is not for < go out and meet people?> and joe replies “well, be pirate”, a sort of “do it anyway” but then i asked my self how do you get it accepted? this reminded me of the pragmatic book undercover user experience design. and what can the employee bring back from this “go out and meet people” to the company? joe replies “visible, tactical, tangible insight that came from somebody is consuming your product or your service” joe suggests to become the patient (of your service/product). for example, every new employee at airbnb, during the first week, makes a trip (using airbnb of course), document it and share insights with his/her new department. wow! joe also cites the stars vs heart icons story: when you start as new employee at airbnb, you ship (a new small feature, something) on day one, so that new employees can experience shipping on day one. a newly hired designer was given the task of looking at the star functionality (an icon you click in order to save a listing you find interesting). after few hours he or she comes back with something like “i think the stars are the kinds of things you see in utility-driven experiences. instead airbnb is so aspirational. why don’t we tap into that? i’m going to change that to a heart.” and joe “wow, okay. it’s interesting” and they just shipped the new feature, to the entire userbase (not a/b testing or just shipping it to 10% of the users)! they also added some code in it in order to track it and see how behavior change. and the next day they checked the data and the engagement with the icon increased by over 30%, that simple change from a star to a heart increased engagement by over 30%! in short, let people be pirates, ship stuff and try new things. this post was tagged airbnb, design thinking, service design on 27 march 2017 by paolo. design thinking: norman and i (and the stupid question) leave a reply i’m starting a new adventure and it is about service design and design thinking, so i thought i could start looking at what don norman said about design thinking, right? in 2010 norman labelled design thinking as a powerful but false myth with questions such as “why should we perpetuate such nonsensical, erroneous thinking?” and statements such as “what is being labeled as “design thinking” is what creative people in all disciplines have always done”. norman argues that designers are not “mystically endowed with greater creativity (…) but they have one virtue that helps them: they are outsiders. people within a group find it difficult to break out of the traditional paradigms, for usually these seem like givens, not to be questioned. many of these beliefs have been around for so long that they are like air and gravity: taken for granted and never thought about. outsiders bring a fresh perspective, particularly if they are willing to question everything, especially that which seems obvious to everyone else.” but in 2013, norman writes a new post titled “rethinking design thinking” in which he changes a bit his position. the part i like the most is the conclusion where he posits “that is design thinking. ask the stupid question.” basically arguing that: what is a stupid question? it is one which questions the obvious. “duh,” thinks the audience, “this person is clueless.” well, guess what, the obvious is often not so obvious. usually it refers to some common belief or practice that has been around for so long that it has not been questioned. once questioned, people stammer to explain: sometimes they fail. it is by questioning the obvious that we make great progress. this is where breakthroughs come from. we need to question the obvious, to reformulate our beliefs, and to redefine existing solutions, approaches, and beliefs. that is design thinking. ask the stupid question. well, i think i can wonderfully get along with this suggestion, so if you happen to pass by while i’m asking a stupid question (or you are the one i asked the stupid question to), don’t be judgemental, i’m just doing my (new) job ;) p.s.: i hope you can forgive me for putting so close don norman and myself in the title ;) this post was tagged design thinking, norman, questions, service design on 10 march 2017 by paolo. manypedia presented at wikisym leave a reply i uploaded on slideshare the presentation i gave time ago at wikisym 2012. it is embedded below. there is a comparison of points of view across different wikis (such as ecured.cu, the cuban government official wiki, and conservapedia, anarchopedia, veganpedia, …) and a comparisons of the same page across different language wikipedias thanks to manypedia (such as “list of controversial issues” in english, chinese and catalan wikipedia, “human rights in the united states” in english and chinese, “osama bin laden” in english and arabic, “vietnam war” in english and vietnamese, “northern cyprus” in turkish, greek and english wikipedia, “underwear” in english and arabic) manypedia: comparing language points of view of wikipedia communities from paolo massa manypedia is online at http://www.manypedia.com. the paper is at http://www.gnuband.org/papers/manypedia-comparing-language-points-of-view-of-wikipedia-communities/. if you like manypedia and the paper, please cite it. thanks! this post was tagged languages, manypedia, pop, wikipedia on 18 march 2013 by paolo. which wikipedia pages are edited mainly by females? leave a reply some time ago we developed wikitrip, a web tool which shows the world location of editors of a chosen wikipedia page and also the gender of editors, i.e. how many edits were made by males and females. we released wikitrip as open source on github and we also deployed 3 live apis: api.php (various stats about a specific wikipedia page), api_gender.php (returns timestamp and gender for any edit to a specific wikipedia page by a registered user that specified his/her gender), api_geojson.php (returns a geojson for anonymous edits on a specific wikipedia page). if you want to use the apis in your mashups, we’ll be delighted, more details about the apis can be found at the end of this blog post. in fact, today i discovered via gizmodo that santiago ortiz has used our wikipedia gender api for creating a fantastic visualization of wikipedia pages based on how many female and male contributors each of the articles has. using the cool visualization you can for example “discover” that currently, out of more than 4 million pages in the english wikipedia, just one article is edited more by females than males!!! that article, with 7 male editors and 9 male editors, is cloth menstrual pad. note that the api we released is based on data from wikipedia and that only users who specified their gender in wikipedia are counted in (these users are a minority, around 10%). note also that in our wikitrip visualization we show a plot with number of edits from gendered users while santiago show the number of different users. for example in wikitrip you see that the page cloth menstrual pad has 62 edits from females and 15 edits from males but the different users who edited the page are 7 male and 9 female. now i give you some more info about the apis released with wikitrip so that you can use them as well in your mashups if you wish so. api.php get various stats about a page options: article: page title lang: desidered language (default: en) family: wiki family (default: wikipedia) year_count: show edit count per month (default: false) editors: show unique editors for the page (default: false) max_editors: maximum number of editors displayed (only if “editors” option is set) anons: show anonymous unique editors (default: false) top_ten: show top 10% of editors (default: false) top_fifty: top 50 editors (default: false) example api_gender.php get timestamp and gender for any edit by a registered user that specified his gender on a specific page (might be quite slow) options: article: page title lang: desidered language (default: en) family: wiki family (default: wikipedia) example api_geojson.php get a geojson for anonymous edits on a specific page options: article: page title lang: desidered language (default: en) family: wiki family (default: wikipedia) example p.s.: the coder of all wikitrip awesomeness is the amazing federico “fox” scrinzi! this post was created on 19 september 2012. models of economic production, encarta vs wikipedia, and sober economists leave a reply an excerpt from dan pink’s ted talk “the surprising science of motivation” the mid-1990s, microsoft started an encyclopedia called encarta. they had deployed all the right incentives, all the right incentives. they paid professionals to write and edit thousands of articles. well-compensated managers oversaw the whole thing to make sure it came in on budget and on time. a few years later another encyclopedia got started. different model, right? do it for fun. no one gets paid a cent, or a euro or a yen. do it because you like to do it. now if you had, just 10 years ago, if you had gone to an economist, anywhere, and said, “hey, i’ve got these two different models for creating an encyclopedia. if they went head to head, who would win?” 10 years ago you could not have found a single sober economist anywhere on planet earth who would have predicted the wikipedia model. this post was created on 5 september 2012. mit press book “the reputation society” (containing a chapter by me) is out! leave a reply the mit press i contributed to with a chapter is out! it is titled “the reputation society: how online opinions are reshaping the offline world” and edited by hassan masum and mark tovey. it is available on mit press and on amazon. the chapter i wrote is titled trust it forward: tyranny of the majority or echo chambers? and on it i ramble about objectivity/subjectivity, minorities/majorities, etc. if reputation systems weight all perspectives similarly, they may devolve into simple majority rule. but if they give each user reputation scores that take only other similar users’ opinions into account, they run the risk of becoming “echo chambers” in which like-minded people reinforce each others’ views without being open to outside perspectives. massa discusses design choices and trust metrics that may help balance these two extremes and the broader implication for our future societies. the book received endorsements by people i really admire. “as our societies expand from local villages to global networks, our ways of assessing and sharing reputation—the foundation of trust and community—must also evolve, but how? the thoughtful and thought-provoking essays in the reputation society bring a wide range of perspectives to this question, including the design of technological solutions, applications in philanthropy, science and governance, and warnings about the loss of privacy and autonomy. it is a fascinating collection of readings not only for scholars, but for anyone interested in the dynamics of the reviews and recommendations that shape our decisions—or in the future of how we will judge and be judged.” —judith donath, fellow, berkman center for internet and society, harvard university “today is tomorrow’s yesterday. these provocative essays, by some of the leading thinkers in the domain of reputation systems, illuminate how reputations regulate actions across time and social distance and point to the opportunities and obstacles that reputation systems present for commerce and democracy.” —paul resnick, professor, university of michigan school of information “the reputation society enriches the discussion of reputation by bringing together technologists, philosophers, legal scholars, and industry leaders to sort through the promise and perils we face today. it covers the practical, for those interested in the nuts and bolts of the challenges we face today, and the theoretical, for those looking to engage in broader discussions of the ethical and moral concerns. in short, a terrific and enlightening read!” —danielle keats citron, professor of law, university of maryland school of law the list of my co-authors is also very delightful. trust, reputation systems, and the immune system of democracy / craig newmark — building the reputation society / hassan masum, mark tovey, & yi-cheng zhang — designing reputation systems for the social web / chrysanthos dellarocas — web reputation systems and the real world / randy farmer — an inquiry into effective reputation and rating systems / john henry clippinger — the biology of reputation / john whitfield — regulating reputation / eric goldman — less regulation, more reputation / lior strahilevitz — the role of reputation systems in managing online communities / cliff lampe — attention philanthropy : giving reputation a boost / alex steffen — making use of reputation systems in philanthropy / marc maxson & mari kuraishi — the measurement and mismeasurement of science / michael nielsen — usage-based reputation metrics in science / victor henning, jason hoyt, and jan reichelt — open access and academic reputation / john willinsky — reputation-based governance and making states “legible” to their citizens / lucio picci — trust it forward : tyranny of the majority or echo chambers? / paolo massa — rating in large-scale argumentation systems / luca iandoli, josh introne, & mark klein — privacy, context, and oversharing : reputational challenges in a web 2.0 world / michael zimmer & anthony hoffman — the future of reputation networks / jamais cascio — “i hope you know this is going on your permanent record” / madeline ashby & cory doctorow. the cover of the book reads as follows. in making decisions, we often seek advice. online, we check amazon recommendations, ebay vendors’ histories, tripadvisor ratings, and even our elected representatives’ voting records. these online reputation systems serve as filters for information overload. in this book, experts discuss the benefits and risks of such online tools. the contributors offer expert perspectives that range from philanthropy and open access to science and law, addressing reputation systems in theory and practice. properly designed reputation systems, they argue, have the potential to create a “reputation society,” reshaping society for the better by promoting accountability through the mediated judgments of billions of people. effective design can also steer systems away from the pitfalls of online opinion sharing by motivating truth-telling, protecting personal privacy, and discouraging digital vigilantism. this post was tagged book, mit press, reputation, research, society, trust on 24 january 2012 by paolo. article about manypedia on italian newspaper corriere leave a reply i’ve been interviewed by the italian newspaper corriere della sera about manypedia (and wikitrip). if you know italian, you can read the resulting article titled “every wikipedia represents its own culture: even the concept of controversiality is controversial” at corriere.it. the journalist liked to stress the fact both manypedia and wikitrip are open source, which is a good thing i think. this post was tagged corriere, manypedia, wikipedia, wikitrip on 24 january 2012 by paolo. my presentation at wikisym: studying (current) history by analyzing wikipedia leave a reply wikisym was a great conference! below you can find my presentation about the paper on collective memory building in wikipedia. during the presentation, i provided evidence and possible research lines in order to argue how it is becoming possible to study history (of current events) by analyzing what it is written about these events by thousands of editors on wikipedia. collective memory building in wikipedia: the case of north african uprisings this post was created on 9 november 2011. wikitrip: animated visualization over time of gender and geo-location of wikipedians who edited a page leave a reply wikitrip allows to have a trip in the process of creation of any wikipedia page from any language edition of wikipedia. wikitrip is an interactive web tool empowering its users by providing an insightful visualization of two kinds of information about the wikipedians who edited the selected page: their location in the world and their gender. if you want to investigate, for example, where in the world are wikipedians who edited the page “peace”, wikitrip is the right tool. and you can check also the origin of edits for the equivalent page in the arabic wikipedia or “amani” in the swahili wikipedia. moreover, if you have ever wondered if a specific page was edited more by male or female wikipedians, wikitrip allows to explore this information as well. how many edits are performed by males and females respectively on wikipedia on average? what is the page most edited by females? on wikirip you can explore your own ideas about these questions and more. visualization of both information is available over time so that you can appreciate the evolution of the page over years, from its creation up to the present. more information about wikitrip at our whitepaper but the best way to enjoy wikitrip is at http://sonetlab.fbk.eu/wikitrip/. we would love to hear the wikipedia pages you found more interesting as they are visualized by wikitrip and of course we wait for your feedback! this post was created on 30 september 2011. post navigation ← older posts subscribe to blog via email email address recent posts 3 open positions on design thinking available in trento! design thinking and how it transformed airbnb from failing startup to billion-dollar business design thinking: norman and i (and the stupid question) manypedia presented at wikisym which wikipedia pages are edited mainly by females? about paolo i'm paolo massa and this is my blog. not enough for you? 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