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How would this product or service give someone an experience they can use to signal their taste?
- People are more likely to recommend things that give them surprise in a short time frame. The surprise does not translate into ongoing talk about the thing, though.
- A specific association between things makes it more likely that people will make choices with that association in mind. Establish a relationship between something wanted and something people will see, smell, hear, or touch.
Things that are said in small talk last for a long time, where things that surprise are said in other kinds of talk that last for a short time.
In small talk, people say whatever is on their mind. Whatever is on their mind is often from something around them in the place they are in.
What is going on around them? How can it tie to a product or service of ours?
- What is a part of what people in this group do in every place they go to? Including those parts in your story will make that story more relatable.
- What is going on around them? How can it tie to a product or service of ours?
- In small talk, people say whatever is on their mind. Whatever is on their mind is often from something around them in the place they are in.
- Just reading the introduction at the moment, but sounds like it'll be fascinating. Systems theory and Marxism. At the end of YXM830 systems theory was a direction I was interested to explore further in relation to ecosocialist ICT. It's mentioned briefly in Digitalization and the Anthropocene, though not specifically ecosocialist, and only leverage points, not a systems theory analysis in particular.
- Great presentation from Vesna. And loads of useful info and links to resources in the slides (downloadable as PDF)