Bitly’s Matt LeMay’s talk at Monki Gras: Kitteh vs Chickin: How What We Share is Different from What we Click. Matt LeMay (bitly).
I believe the talk is pretty interesting in terms of ephemeral and permanent perception of data. Most probably we don’t really want to keep all the data that we produced on online platforms forever. Therefore how we can separate the ephemeral and archival data from each other? That’s a good question to address to people deal with data.
Additionally the phenomenon about online identity management is very well represented in the talk. People show, share and act in very different ways on online platforms (they try to do the same in real life, too but in real life it’s not so easy to ‘hide’ yourself). I am curious whether this double-faced online behaviors would cause any particular problem or sickness in the society.