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David Ing

David Ing

Systems scientist, business architect, marketing scientist, living in Toronto, Canada.
2014/10/16 16:15 David Ing, “An Invitation to Service Systems Thinking: Collaborating on a New Generative Pattern Language”, #RSD3
First day presentation by @daviding at #RSD3 Relating Systems Thinking and Design 3, in Theories and Methods track, at AHO, Oslo, Norway, moderated by @redesign Program is at http://systemic-design.net/rsd3-20... Sketchnote on presentation by David Ing drawn by Danielle Olson at https://twitter.com/DROdesi... . Sketchnote on presentation by David Ing, drawn by Patricia Kambitsch at https://twitter.com/playthi... . Presentation slides […] - David Ing
2014/10/16 14:05 Peter Jones, “Design Methods for Systemic Design Research”, #RSD3
First day presentation by @redesign at #RSD3 Relating Systems Thinking and Design 3, in Theories and Methods track, at AHO, Oslo, Norway, moderated by @redesign This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as an official transcript of […] - David Ing
2014/10/16 14:05 Alfred Clatworthy Holmen and Gyuchan Thomas Jun”, How easily understandable complex multi-layered system maps are? — A study on the usability of complex interactive diagrams”, #RSD3
Gyuchan Thomas Jun first day presentation at #RSD3 Relating Systems Thinking and Design 3, in Theories and Methods track, at AHO, Oslo, Norway, moderated by @redesign This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as an official transcript […] - David Ing
2014/10/16 14:05 Daniela Sangiorgi, “Bringing Complexity into Service Design Research”, #RSD3
Daniela Sangiorgi, first day plenary presentation at #RSD3 Relating Systems Thinking and Design 3, at AHO, Oslo, Norway This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as an official transcript of the meeting, but only as an interpretation […] - David Ing
2014/10/16 12:00 Gabi Schaffzin and Zach Kaiser, “Designing For Our New Scale”, #RSD3
@GabiSchaffzin and @zacharykaiser, first day presentation at #RSD3 Relating Systems Thinking and Design 3, in Theories and Methods track, at AHO, Oslo, Norway, moderated by @redesign This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as an official transcript […] - David Ing
2014/10/16 11:15 Keren Perla, “The Pledge, the Turn, and the Prestige: Re-imagining facilitation through trials of systemic design for public policy”, #RSD3
Keren Perla, first day presentation at #RSD3 Relating Systems Thinking and Design 3, in the Service Design and Design for Public Services track, at AHO, Oslo, Norway, moderated by Alex Ryan This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be […] - David Ing
2014/10/16 10:40 Hans Kaspar Hugentobler, “Design Science in Healthcare”, #RSD3
Hans Kaspar Hugentobler, first day presentation in the Service Design and Design for Public Services track at #RSD3 Relating Systems Thinking and Design 3, at AHO, Oslo, Norway, moderated by Alex Ryan This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not […] - David Ing
2014/10/16 09:00 Ranulph Glanville, “How design and cybernetics reflect each other”, #RSD3
Ranulph Glanville, first day plenary at #RSD3 Relating Systems Thinking and Design 3, at AHO, Oslo, Norway Presentation at Relating Systems Thinking and Design 3, at AHO, Oslo, Norway This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as […] - David Ing
2014/10/16 08:30 “Welcome”, #RSD3
First day plenary welcome to #RSD3 Relating Systems Thinking and Design 3, at AHO, Oslo, Norway This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as an official transcript of the meeting, but only as an interpretation by a […] - David Ing
Re: Tablet thoughts - http://sachachua.com/blog...
"Sacha, I returned a refurb TF201 to Asus four times because the screen would stop responding, before giving up. I moved to a Nexus 10, and have had zero problems since. The TF201 was a big letdown after enjoying a TF101 for some time (and then physically damaging it when I dropped it). I would be curious if you find a big improvement by changing the foundational software. I haven't even plugged in the TF201 in months, because I wasted so much time with it before, that I don't want to add more unproductive time on top of what I've already invested. If you see success, I might try something similar." - David Ing
Marsupial platforms?
Marsupial platforms as platforms inside platforms inside platforms, says Carsten Sørensen of LSE at 3rd Innovation in Information Infrastructures (III) Workshop at U. Oslo. New talk about fragmentation on Android platforms, but maybe some earlier clues from 2012 HICSS “Change and control paradoxes in mobile infrastructure innovation: the Android and iOS mobile operating systems cases” - David Ing
Plush blue catfish on Flickr. Life sized mascot of lake fish now extinct in Häme region. Hidden in second floor corridor. - http://daviding.tumblr.com/post...
Plush blue catfish on Flickr.
Life sized mascot of lake fish now extinct in Häme region. Hidden in second floor corridor.
@ Hämeen liitto - Providing advice at Open Data workshop with region and city. Familiar territory from previous career, organisations just starting up. - David Ing
Used books for free on Flickr. At Häme University of Applied Science, bookshelf had old technical manuals, a few research reports published by Finnish institutes. Nothing inspiring, a few familiar titles obsolete for the immersed. - http://daviding.tumblr.com/post...
Used books for free on Flickr.
At Häme University of Applied Science, bookshelf had old technical manuals, a few research reports published by Finnish institutes. Nothing inspiring, a few familiar titles obsolete for the immersed.
Linnan Pyöräverstas - https://foursquare.com/davidin...
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@ Linnan Pyöräverstas - Cafe has vegan baking, customers dropping off bikes for repair. Cosy atmosphere to hang out, bottles of water on table if coffee not for you - David Ing
Bus transfer at Keimolanportti on Flickr. Second time taking bus from Helsinki Vantaa airport to Hämeenlinna. After 15 minutes west then north on highway, first bus parks at truck stop, and waits for second bus to arrive and face other direction. Luggage is moved, then passengers board. No platform or signs. Pragmatic, but strange in total... - http://daviding.tumblr.com/post...
Bus transfer at Keimolanportti on Flickr.
Second time taking bus from Helsinki Vantaa airport to Hämeenlinna. After 15 minutes west then north on highway, first bus parks at truck stop, and waits for second bus to arrive and face other direction. Luggage is moved, then passengers board. No platform or signs. Pragmatic, but strange in total darkness when it’s cold outside. Major route towards Tampere.
Bus transfer at Keimolanportti - http://www.flickr.com/photos...
Bus transfer at Keimolanportti
LHR T2 early on Flickr. Tuesday morning Heathrow check-in opens at 5 a.m., but passengers not yet going to gates. Automobile sculpture would be interesting, but T2 too mammoth, and B gates 15 minute walk away. - http://daviding.tumblr.com/post...
LHR T2 early on Flickr.
Tuesday morning Heathrow check-in opens at 5 a.m., but passengers not yet going to gates. Automobile sculpture would be interesting, but T2 too mammoth, and B gates 15 minute walk away.
Saïd Business School - https://foursquare.com/davidin...
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@ Saïd Business School - Three hour visit to Oxford for conversation and lunch. Knitting together social networks, comparing intelligence on the world - David Ing
United Arrivals Lounge - https://foursquare.com/davidin...
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@ United Arrivals Lounge - Heathrow Terminal 2 walk from aircraft to baggage claim may be longest in memory. Welcome shower in arrivals lounge, son to Oxford for day - David Ing
AC856 new 787-8 on Flickr. New config, see USB, still looking for AC power outlet. Sad goodbye to DY, she had traveled with me since July. Will wake up in London early. - http://daviding.tumblr.com/post...
AC856 new 787-8 on Flickr.
New config, see USB, still looking for AC power outlet. Sad goodbye to DY, she had traveled with me since July. Will wake up in London early.
Via @Askaway ubc found course descriptions for 1982-1984…
Via @Askaway_ubc, found course descriptions for 1982-1984 grad school courses. University of British Columbia calendars are available back to 1909, when called McGill University College of British Columbia http://ubcpubs.library.ubc.ca/.... Online librarians rock! - David Ing
@ Jazz Bistro - Classy family night, jazz piano with @wmatsushita. Rare to have all four sons at home at the same time. - David Ing
California Sandwiches - https://foursquare.com/davidin...
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@ California Sandwiches - Even splitting a veal sandwich on a date is a lot of food for lunch. Cheap date for old married couple - David Ing
Boardwalk fall sunset on Flickr. Runners in shorts, dog walkers, baby strollers enjoying the warm September dusk, before the dark brings cool. Expect good weather tomorrow. - http://daviding.tumblr.com/post...
Boardwalk fall sunset on Flickr.
Runners in shorts, dog walkers, baby strollers enjoying the warm September dusk, before the dark brings cool. Expect good weather tomorrow.
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