Information Structures

Shana Penta || Jake Martin

Third Order of Order

The third order of order has no overarching system of miscellany, that is no implied order. This disorder allows users with social knowledge to control, to contribute, and to sort any way they deem necessary while giving up control of the data. The power of the miscellany is that everything has the ability to connect through metadata or tags. These tags are smart leaves. By placing as many leaves on a tree as possible, the user filters data on the way out. The user must look past the messiness of uncontrolled information and determine the meaning.

  • Tags + Filters
  • Links
  • Digital Disorder
  • Multiple Pathways to Info
  • Unexpected Results
  • Power of Miscellany