"Digital Compost" seems to be everything that appears around online life. Can be a mix of digital and other relics, memory. The approach helps to link distance learning with a campus or other place. Towards the end Sharon Boyd mentions a "walking interview" as a way to use space for discussion.
I am trying to fit this with a sort of script for video links. At the previous Networked Learning conference in Lancaster I thought that a series of interviews could be linked by the sequence of sites on the Spine walk. Tech Vision at InfoLab 21, possibly surviving critique at the Management School. Becomes public at main square with library, learning zone/ Costa and bookshop. Then further comment as past social science towards art. I had thought of just borrowing online clips from other places but the problem now is the extended work on the Spine. It will be a wonderful location when finished but not this year. ( Summer lighting still a priority, no budget to cope with wind and rain).
Thing is, the dilemma in the discussion may be over by next year. Tech is becoming normal. There is now a big screen in the square so this could project a version of the first part of the walk.
Further on there used to be a Making Time Garden, start for this video that also shows some of the building work.
Making Time Garden now replaced by a new design, part of the Spine. It could be sort of theatre so my current idea is to use green screen as a backdrop somewhere else and add in the new garden when ready. First attempt June 9th in Exeter with the Standup Philosopher. Part of "management theory at work in radio" , so mostly voice, some video and stills mixed in, easy enough to shift in space.