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  • ...ns as well as provide a resource for those looking to study technology and culture. I’ve considered grad school (leaning towards MIT), but I was told to tak ...lot about what we’re dealing with now. I feel like I’m doing a bit of future history when I do this research, as I’m often encountering worlds of peop
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  • ...yborgian perspectives to a wide research spectrum that has ranged from the culture of physicists in Japan (Traweek 1988) to organ donation in Germany (Hogle 1 ...umans and non human objects interact with each other, and how that changes culture. So, for instance, we have these things in our pockets that cry, and we hav
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  • ...ny and U.S. national integrity and purpose that so permeate North American culture and history. I know that this appeal to sustain other organisms' inviolable ...gin to recognize the limited utility of the distinction between nature and culture. As Donna Haraway puts it, " Our machines are disturbingly lively, and we o
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  • ...tpacing the understanding of it that can occur. An individual experiencing future shock can feel like an alien in their own territory.
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  • ==Journals on Digital Culture and Cyberspace== === Future Internet ===
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  • [[Material Culture and Technology in Everyday Life: Ethnographic Approaches]] by Phillip Vanni [[Cyborgs@Cyberspace?: An Ethnographer Looks to the Future]] by David Hakken
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  • ...gorize and describe the differences and effects of tools and technology on culture. What I say here is not complete or correct. It is only a stab at a framewo ...ng it and acclimatizing to it before it absorbs completely into the vat of culture.
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  • From a Posthuman Present to a Biocultural Future ...e draws on disciplines ranging from gender studies, philosophy, and visual culture to psychoanalysis, cybertheory, and phenomenology. The first section, "Carn
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  • ...onal entity, and supermodernity only a waystation on the path of a network culture. ...e place to another. This sort of social exchange will only escalate in the future with more accessible rapid micro blogging technology.
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  • Homi Bhabha, [[The Location of Culture]] Routledge, London, 1994 Joel Bonnemaison, [[Culture and Space: Conceiving a New Cultural Geography]], I.B. Tauris, 2005
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  • ...he essay explores the concept of the cyborg and it's ramifications for the future, and effectively inaugurating the academic study of cyborgs. The manifesto ...ce fiction and today's fact. Anyone who believes cyborgs are things of the future is mistaken. Modern medicine is full of cyborgs already, as is modern repro
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  • us we'll have in the near future. culture, the way telephones and televisions and cheap video cameras
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  • ...volution we are living through and provide inspiration as we move into the future.
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  • [[Category:Future Culture]]
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  • An exploration of both the newly born culture of simulation and the boundary between the human and the technological, Lif [[Category:Future Culture]]
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  • ...aphy, part breath-taking manifesto, part startling look into the very near future, Cyborg is a powerful book that challenges preconceptions and invites reade [[Category:Future Culture]]
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  • ...ive examination of the cyborg—the concept of man-as-machine—in popular culture. The title is from a 1919 essay by Sigmund Freud (and included in the book) ...ut not a machine, existing at the intersection of science, technology, and culture.
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  • ...mostly a history of media technology rather than a set of predictions for future technologies. In the beginning, he describes the evolution of CD-ROMs, mult ...Negroponte offers visionary insight on what "being digital" means for our future. Negroponte praises computers for their educational value but recognizes ce
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  • ...ct lens prescription could change during the day based on one’s needs. A future where a device morphs is the most fluid and liquid that an interface can be ...veryday living is the message. Keynote Address at the McLuhan Symposium on Culture and Technology, Friday, October 23, 1998. Posted to Wearcam.org Accessed Ju
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  • [[Category:Future Culture]]
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  • *Taylor, T.L. (2006) Play Between Worlds: Exploring online gaming culture. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. *Taylor, T.L. (2006) Play Between Worlds: Exploring online gaming culture. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, Introduction pp. 1-19.
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  • *Taylor, T. L. Play Between Worlds: Exploring Online Gaming Culture. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2009, introduction, pp. 1-19; chapter 4, pp. 93- *Plant, Sadie. "The Future Looms: Weaving Women and Cybernetics." Body and Society 1 (1995): 45-64.
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  • ...space needed to transport goods. Each iteration of speed creates a faster culture. The compression of time and space create fractal value systems and hyperar ...book, Twitter, SMS, Voicemail, websites, news, incoming calls, notes to my future self, apps, ect. Each digital geography has a different set if natives, som
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  • ...ny and U.S. national integrity and purpose that so permeate North American culture and history. I know that this appeal to sustain other organisms' inviolable ...gin to recognize the limited utility of the distinction between nature and culture. As Donna Haraway puts it, " Our machines are disturbingly lively, and we o
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  • This presentation detailed a future interactive installation at the Disjecta art space in North Portland. The s ...t Portland bike events that serve the educate and create a nice ground for future bike advocacy.
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  • [[Cyborgs@Cyberspace?: An Ethnographer Looks to the Future]] by David Hakken [[After Culture - Reflections on the Apparition of Anthropology in Artificial Life]], a Sci
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  • [[The Prosthetic Impulse: From a Posthuman Present to a Biocultural Future]] Edited by Marquard Smith and Joanne Morra, 2005 [[The Uncanny: Experiments in Cyborg Culture]] by Bruce Grenville (Editor)
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  • In Freud's Civilization and Its Discontents, he warned of "a possible future in which the magnificence of humans as prosthetic gods is tempered by the i ...ence is breathtaking”. He says that it makes it difficult to imagine the future for his charactes.
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  • ...or. Though these ideas might be accurate, they generally come from popular culture, commonly held ideas by many people. The popular idea of the cyborg is one In Freud's Civilization and Its Discontents, he warned of "a possible future in which the magnificence of humans as prosthetic gods is tempered by the i
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  • the idea of social solidarity. instead of being stuck in a space without culture, one can log onto the internet and get connected to a community of interest ...replay culture and future history. or the idea of history and present and future blending into one.
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  • ...on virtual reality, ecological restoration, the global teenager, Internet culture and artificial life (to name just a few early trends). ...L is considered by the growing Internet population to be a model of online culture, and a pioneer in developing online communities. It currently has 10,000 me
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  • ...the Future]] (Welcome to the Jungle, The Virtual Wasteland and Selling the Future) 1995. Films for the Humanities & Sciences. Format: VHS Tape [http://amzn.t ...ed that they end up doing things to prepare. Their preparation changes the future, even if nothing ends up happening.
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  • ...becomes an enthusiastic participant in the symbolic arenas of contemporary culture. People can then devote themselves to indulging their fantasies without gui ...construct" or "deactualize" reality. In the vision they offer, the popular culture that appropriates everything and turns it into a simulation and a story lin
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  • ...t it's like now. That and violence" ([[Clicking In: Hot Links To A Digital Culture|Leeson]], 56). ...to or not is yet another question" ([[Clicking In: Hot Links To A Digital Culture|Leeson]], 57).
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  • ...he Command Line] is an important article for culture, both in the present, future and historical sense. It cuts into what really is happening in the world, o
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  • ...the future, we will not survive. What we idealize about a perfect working future cannot exist without its bugs. Programmers make systems that strain more th ...the future, we will not survive. What we idealize about a perfect working future cannot exist without its bugs. Programmers make systems that strain more th
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  • ...re]] | [[The Prosthetic Impulse: From a Posthuman Present to a Biocultural Future]] | [[Fractal Prosthetics]] | [[Prosthetics And Their Discontents]]
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  • Interface culture is now occurring when with the rise of fractal prosthetics. We have screens ...egate that has flows of information that cause people to make decisions on future actions. We're tryin to get something done on these interfaces.
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  • ...re]] | [[The Prosthetic Impulse: From a Posthuman Present to a Biocultural Future]] | [[Fractal Prosthetics]] | [[Prosthetics And Their Discontents]]
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  • ...Report has given us the narrative that allows us to collectively imagine a future. ...cell phone and Bluetooth wireless device. It also helped us to deal with a future of limitless horizons and exploration found on the many social sites of the
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  • ...on the Ik questioned “the reader’s conscience and the fragility of all culture” (1996: 85). However, space and time constraints may require primary ethn #Responsibility to the community as a whole, now and in the future. Many of these responsibilities are interrelated we will look at a few and
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  • ...in the field that, by their behavior and example, they will not jeopardize future research there. The responsibility is not to analyze and report so as to of ...cological situations is essential to our understanding of human nature, of culture, and of society.
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  • ...rother|Little Brother/Sousveillance]] (civil disobedience and surveillance culture) *[http://nickbostrom.com/ Nick Bostrom, Professor, Director, Future of Humanity Institute]
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  • ...hyperlinked memories are extensions of our own memory into cyberspace for future retrieval. What I found interesting about this concept, is hyperlinked mem ...deration when theorizing the future of technology. And also, perhaps, the future course of anthropology.
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  • ...gess, Jean and Joshua Green. 2009. Youtube. Online Video and Participatory Culture. Digital Media and Society Series. Malden, MA: Polity. *Castañeda, Claudia. 2001. Robotic Skin: The Future of Touch? In Ahmed, S. and J. Stacey (eds): Thinking Through the Skin. Lond
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  • ...ar attention to the interplays between business, ideology, technology, and culture. We will discuss key historical phenomena that symbolize modern Japan as a ...ch informed conclusions about factual information regarding technology and culture in Japan.
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