Joshua McVeigh-Schultz

I’d like to talk about a project called Synaptic Crowd that enables online participants to conduct remote interviews by nominating and voting on questions. The project can also be deployed in the reverse — so that the collectivity nominates and votes on the answers rather than the questions of an interview. I’m interested in thinking about this project in relation to the future of the real-time web and in thinking through the intersections between spectacle and democratic process.

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1 Response to Joshua McVeigh-Schultz

  1. edwardoneill says:

    That sounds quite interesting.

    Perhaps we could use it live during the conference–in order to discuss it meaningfully?

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