Human-Human Interaction vs web Social Engagement - Comedian Heather Gold 1/5





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Published on Aug 14, 2010

Why Tummeling Matters: Human-Human Interaction for Social Engagement -Comedian Heather Gold 1/5
( PARC Silicon Valley CA Aug. 10, 2010 )
This is a conversational "talk" about the importance of emotion and tummeling and why we need to understand human interaction not simply in terms of interfaces but as something we humans do with each other.
If we are to have social spaces that encourage and support human/human interaction, then this needs to be a central goal for those who create virtual and real-life social spaces.
The role of interaction designers, coders, and other UX folks are critical if we are to have a web that serves human needs rather than the other way around.

Heather Gold is a comedian, solo performer, speaker and talk show host, best known for her ability to work the room. She involves the people formerly known as the audience in her shows and shares her insights about social engagement, leading UnPresenting workshops, hosting Tummelvision.tv, and in popular keynotes at places like Google, Web 2.0, and MacWorld. She's a longtime media commentator on tech, business, and culture, appearing on Tech TV, Yahoo! Financevision, NPR, and Leo Laporte's TWIT. She has been quoted in places like The Wall Street Journal and Salon. Much to her parents' delight she has degrees from Yale and Northwestern Law.


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