- I would first look at my first research journal, which contains a brief orientation to the project followed by the raw data (an interview, an observation, and a document) and brief memos about each of the three.
- I would then take some time to sift through the current etherpad document where the talk is being written and commented upon and form my own judgments before going on to blog posts that compose most of the second research journal.
- Having prepared in this way, I would read about the first-generation coding scheme used in this project, then the three themes that emerged: buddy boundary work, improvising multitasked physicality, and publicly performed symbiosis.
- The link for the last theme also contains thoughts about the past and future of the project; I might consider those separately from the themes themselves.
- Finally, I would go back to the keynote etherpad and start leaving suggestions and comments there that might be useful for Sumana's keynote.
Everything is licensed CC-BY-SA, so have fun exploring. It's a rough, freewheeling romp; we're still in the "play!" phase and never quite moved out of it (or needed to) during the 2.5 weeks of the project, so there are plenty of opportunities for future polish if people wish to pick them up. Let us know what you think!