frog design: All Up In My Grill: Personal (Digital) Space
There are many different personal Internet properties an individual can have: Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and more. Like physical spaces, these digital spots can be personalized and customized. They reflect and embody identity.
A few years ago, I wrote a book called Manspace: A Primal Guide to Marking Your Territory, which was about the spaces men create for themselves, from the basement bar to the backyard shed to the bedroom recording studio. The photo above (and those below) is my old Manspace, built by yours truly in 2004. Now that I’m moving houses, the idea of personal space is coming up again (I’m also headed to Newcastle, England, in about three weeks to give a talk and presentation on personal space and the man cave at this year’s Thinking Digital Conference so I need to hone my talking points).
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