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  • noun Plural form of spime.

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Examples

  • A digitally stored and electronically accessible record of various aspects of the experience history (GPS, time, and audio, visual, etc.) of physical objects (an object lifelog; Bruce Sterling's "spimes"), or of human users (a user lifelog).

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  • While I agree that "spimes" are directly relevant, what I found most important from his conception was the concept of "wrangling" - being actively and productively engaged and responsible in the development of spimed environments.

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  • While I agree that "spimes" are directly relevant, what I found most important from his conception was the concept of "wrangling" - being actively and productively engaged and responsible in the development of spimed environments.

    UgoTrade

  • While I agree that "spimes" are directly relevant, what I found most important from his conception was the concept of "wrangling" - being actively and productively engaged and responsible in the development of spimed environments.

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  • "spimes" (his neologism for 'space-time objects').

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  • "spimes" (his neologism for 'space-time objects').

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  • He also gave me a great interview touching on spimes, cyberpunk, and the 'Centipede' scandal he's been blogging.

    Boing Boing: March 26, 2006 - April 1, 2006 Archives

  • They spoke of shoes and spimes, and for a spell, all was right with the world.

    - Boing Boing

  • Quite the opposite, and if you've read any of my comments on spimes then you'll understand my motivation and you of all people should understand it.

    Virtualizing the Physical

  • As currently defined, it's one kind of transreal Thing in a class of smart objects that exist above spimes.

    Virtualizing the Physical

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