Making Twitter Secure

http://www.ikangai.com/blog/science/making-twitter-secure – encrypting Tweets with private/public key systems

Context and Tweetflows

http://www.ikangai.com/blog/science/context-and-tweetflows – Integrating context into Tweetflows with Namespaces

Q and A – ? and !

http://www.ikangai.com/blog/science/1569 – Questions and Answers in Tweetflows. How “!” and “?” can be used for Service publication and Service requests.

+1

http://www.ikangai.com/blog/science/1 – adopting Google’s +1 for Tweetflows – http://www.ikangai.com/blog/tweetflows-specification-version-1-0

Paper Review – SOCA Journal

Reviews for our latest paper Mobility-enhanced Collaborations in Service-oriented Crowdsourcing with Tweetflows just came in. We need to rework it, but it appears that our idea was interesting enough to awake the interest of the reviewers: All reviewers think the paper presents interesting ideas. However, they also have significant concerns about the maturity of the [...]

Creating contextualized mobile workflows

http://www.ikangai.com/blog/science/creating-contextualized-mobile-workflows – A short discussion on context in the context of mobile workflows

Application Scenario

http://www.ikangai.com/blog/science/application-scenario – Public Paper Writing Part 2 – We introduce the application scenario.

SAC Paper – Introduction

http://www.ikangai.com/blog/science/sac-paper-introduction – Creating ad hoc and personal Service compositions in a mobile context.

Natural Language with Tweetflows

http://www.ikangai.com/blog/science/natural-language-with-tweetflows – Creating natural sentences from Tweetflows

StatusNetAndroid Screen Cast

Some months ago I started with my “Praktikum” named StatusNetAndroid. Therefore I had to get familiarized with Android App development and the RESTful-APIs of twitter respectively twitter-like services (status.net, identi.ca, twitter.com). There are lots of tutorials and code snippets out there, but the tiny parts to glue them all together can cost you hours But [...]