Capturing "the importance of everything" in data storytelling…
Capturing "the importance of everything" in data storytelling
everything ordinary, routine, daily lives, clothing recipes, children as they're growing up, who knows who they are, backgrounds, the 'small things', conversations
'where do all the people go?' or 'where have they gone and why?'
the peoples history, who lived - personal recollections of shared stories by the old people who had lived here for along time.
peoples life stories,
family life of your era, tips on life e.g cooking, health tips, what technology we use and how it has changed in our lifetime
changing/transitional community (i.e since the 1970s) and how social change and goverment and council policies have impacted on the people of Addington
the stories of peoples lives/past
population and sociological data
buildings and natures
places of interest, historic places, natural heritage e.g names of waterways
where things are and were (Oddfellows - Hummingbirds Coffee), what thing had housed in them in the past
neighbourhood changes (buildings, streetscapes)
the vanished landmarks and institutions, or where buildings and places have been re-purposed (i.e the original use it not remembered or commemorated)
The housing in Addington has intensified - would be nice to have a record of our streets of shopping areas as we transition.
Spaces places - the Addington Farm, Sallies Church, The Addington Haven
stores, cafes, restaurants.
the way in which the neighbourhood has changed i.e transport, roads, pedestrians
bicycle route, walking routes, shortcuts where cars cannot go, through parks and green spaces
biking or bussing to the library is too far for us oldies
bring all cultures together (people) to brainstorm ideas to make peace (these spaces exist in Netherlands, but missing in Addington) important learning process so the mistakes of the past not repeated or forgotten and the positive celebrated
recordings of community members with stories of their lives, not just european cultures but mixture of people, races and their stories need to be valued and recorded
soundscapes of birds, trains, traffic, church bells, voices, langauge.
Capture a sense of community, diversity of Addington (good and bad).
art and culture
stories of interesting events and discoveries that happened for the time I moved into my house in 1987
life events (earthquake, flooding, fires)
spacial occasions (100/150 degrees etc.)
Special events e.g fairs, concerts in church. Weekly events - choir, Manuka Cottage gatherings.
Public meetings and events
links to others who have related information, photographs, should be available without a fee, collect and store it before it is lost
memories, stories, ideas, connections
to have a depository online linking from the Addingotn website.
community services, churches/service times plus outreach activities, health, education, legal services
sports facilities, services for elders, cemetery. Particularly including tangata whenua and story of Te Whiti O Rangonai and Addington Prison.