James Stevens on Tue, 7 Jul 2020 14:37:39 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> discussing zoom fatigue

Then perhaps alternatives such as https://Spatial.chat can serve as classroom or lounge...? The proximity driven interaction hints at how such places will evolve.

https://spatial.chat/s/uniformed is one we spawned the other day for those normally visiting SPC studio in the Old Police Station, Deptford.

p2p options like http://chatb.org are limit scale to your connection capacity but shrug off the man in the middle anxiety of corporate platforms.

http://miro.com worth mentioning for the very effective whiteboard service it offers though for us Discord has been the most flexible collaborative platform for continuity.

I look forward to attending fewer formal meetings and spending more time in the casual conversation and buzz of socialised spaces wherever they arise.

..be seeing you !


On 06/07/2020 16:54, Felix Stalder wrote:
On 06.07.20 09:29, Andreas Broeckmann wrote:

folks, has somebody made a detailled, media-critical comparison
between these different systems and their functionality? (for the
teaching i did, we used "Cisco Webex Meetings")
Not that I know of, my not particularly subtle conclusion from many
hours of online teaching, meetings and conversations is this:

Zoom is the new powerpoint.

James Stevens +447973318881 http://spc.or

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