Networks not only have transformed the business models of organizationsthey are reshaping existing social landscapes, creating new social shapes that affect the forms and communication structures within these environments inside and out. Imagine a place you could go where accessing information was more like moving about a city, where browsing was more like wandering down a street: a place of fleeting imagery, fragments of conversations, and chance encounters ... The Sushi Project is an attempt to create that environment. Sushi was developed as a way of sharing information between people in small groups and networks within the Royal College…
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