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  • ...o communicate with other actors (users) on a network (information exchange and connectivity) makes one into what David Hess calls low-tech cyborgs: I also think sometimes there is a fusion of identities between myself and the black box" ([[The Cyborg Handbook|Gray]], 373).
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  • ...s or shoes count? Is there a difference between a person with a prosthesis and a cyborg? In turn, how do you define a cyborg? ...ely accesories, and that the difference between a person with a prosthesis and a cyborg is that a cyborg must have some kind of device that actually makes
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  • ...ound alteration of awareness: something we perceive, but only in a partial and incoherent manner.' ===Definition of Place===
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  • ..., and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century in Simians, Cyborgs and Women: The Reinvention of Nature (New York; Routledge, 1991), pp.149-181. Computers and International Communication," Edited by Linda Harasim and Jan Walls [[MIT Press]]: June 1992.
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  • Communities." Four years later, I reread it and realized that I had learned a few things, and that the world I was observing had changed.
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  • ...tion of Time and Space, which concerned the altered perception of time and space at the dawn of the train industry. Before trains, there were no time zones. ...u are experiencing your local time and space but also the digital time and space.
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  • Facebook is a social network service and website launched in February 2004 and currently has more than 500 million users [ ...ectively facebook. That shaman is whom all students tell their stories to, and then he writes them into a visual history.
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  • Cyborg Swarms and Wearable Communities ...ial realm that integrates instead of separates cyberspace and face-to-face space.''
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  • ...onceptualizations of sociomaterial relations, informed by feminist science and technology studies. ...onceptualizations of sociomaterial relations, informed by feminist science and technology studies.
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  • ...e as being important factors in the overall look and usability of products and not just passive consumers. ...that if a task can be accomplished with a reasonable degree of efficiency and within acceptable levels of comfort, the product can be seen as fitting to
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  • ...and the entirety of the Internet are the most recent examples of time and space compression. Time geography also maps this. ...s bounded by the confines of space, because text takes up space on paper, and e‐mail cannot be accessed in real life.
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  • ...tion of Time and Space, which concerned the altered perception of time and space at the dawn of the train industry. Before trains, there were no time zones. ...u are experiencing your local time and space but also the digital time and space.
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  •", he writes. Goffman describes the adherence to these norms of behavior and to societally instated rules such as 'face-maintenance or 'face-saving'. Fa individuals waste less time in letting others understand what correct and incorrect behaviors are.
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  • ...ums, carrying various tones from one place to another. Ham Radio operators and hobbyists acted as talking drums when they connected to one another. ...rded as frightening device to some. The idea of shutting oneself in a room and talking into a machine instead of to another person seemed ridiculous. Wors
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  • '''An ongoing effort to educate and flush out common ways of describing complex things, in order to better comm ...required to rapidly move to a target area is a function of the distance to and the size of the target. Fitts's law is used to model the act of pointing, e
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  • ...ervices in collaboration with the consumer. It is the creation of products and services that fill an actual need while creating a community that shares th ...ations to have a voice. It’s been drowned out by more valuable services. And the traditional communication channels have been severed.
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  • ...ard. I labeled them NW NE SW SE and N, before drawing circles all over the place. The circles represented ranges of ‘hearing’ that a mobile device might ...o the geolocal RSS feed for that area. That way, data can be very relevant and contextual to the area.
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  • ...o communicate with other actors (users) on a network (information exchange and connectivity) makes one into what David Hess calls low-tech cyborgs: I also think sometimes there is a fusion of identities between myself and the black box" ([[The Cyborg Handbook|Gray]], 373).
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  • ...cing a large presentation screen. The event was free, and so was free wine and beer. Not bad for a Tuesday night of entertainment! ...There is a large oriental carpet in front of the large projection screen, and the audience overflow is sitting on it.
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  • Inverge ‘08 Powerpoint and Transcript: From Telephone To Tweetup ...he intersection of rapid news methods such as blogging, mobile technology, and chatrooms begin to merge. This convergence allowed dramatic increases in th
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  • ...doughnuts and flatlined agendas. This stuff is groundbreaking, interactive and sweetopian. ...night’s Gary Vanerchuck event at Portland’s ad agency Weiden+Kennedy, and W+K’s Monday Lunch 2.0 Event.
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  • [[Research Methods in Anthropology: Qualitative and Quantitative]] by Bernard, H. Russell ===Mobile Technologies and Ubiquitous Computing===
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  • *And also to 600+ followers on Twitter. [@Inverge] [#Inverge] *I study the symbiotic relationship between humans and computers…
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  • The event was free and had roughly 450 attendees. compression, communication in the mobile era, evaporating interfaces and how to approach a rapidly changing information spaces. 

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  • ...It is an emotion or concept that may be stated in a single word or phrase, and in that light, it is successful. ...posed by Manfred Clynes in a 1965 paper on space travel called "Cyborgs in Space" describing an organism “to which exogenous components have been added fo
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  • ...t's like you'u were trying to show off how much power you had. power cords and ccable swapping. needles like heroin. GEO RSS porn (the idea of foursquare and dogs marking terriroty.
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  • ...and hosted at the Department of Archaeology at the University of York, UK and published by the Council for British Archaeology." ...ademy, the Archaeology Data Service, the archaeological commercial sector, and a range of leading universities from around the world."
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  • “sort of” there in many places, instead of completely there in one place. This could also be called simultaneous time. ...tabs open and is SMS'ing and sending text messages, and then switches back and forth between all of these things, then that person is only living in piece
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  • [[Image:liminal-space-maggie-nichols.jpg|center|600px]] ...inality", because it was the idea of one being "betwixt and between" "here and there", or one thing or another.
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  • ...Technology and the Future]] (Welcome to the Jungle, The Virtual Wasteland and Selling the Future) 1995. Films for the Humanities & Sciences. Format: VHS ...o sell us technology that is easy. This is done through corporate meetings and pitches.
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  • ...and physical channels. One aspect of a person may be present in one place, and another aspect elsewhere. on the shape of the site. One may be professional on a networking site and informal on another.
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  • ...nsor becomes the program counter the application space and the programming space become intertwined. Mitchel Resnick, Natalie Rusk, Chris Garrity, Claudia Urrea, Amon Millner, and Robbie Berg
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  • ...communal, pits each vehicle driver against one another’s irregularities and driving styles. Contact between drivers on the highway is generally one of ...of Man]], Pierre Teilhard de Chardin wrote that connectivity equals life, and isolation equals death.<ref>de Chardin, Pierre Teilhard. The Phenomenon of
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  • ...rst is the most private space - the space between the diner and the table, and any other person that are dining with that person, then the kitchen which h ...s include inscription–erasure, activation–deactivation, site transfer, and relocation. Effects of boundary change include attack–defense sequences.
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  • ...rting point and destination. An airport is a transition point between here and there. ...existing in liminal state, since the adolescent is no longer fully a child and not yet an adult.
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  • ...ten one who is powerful online, one who is used go traveling from place to place instantaneously — gets quite impatient in analog reality. Stoplights, car time it might take to do something. THe idea that there’s information and all one has to do is put that information together to get something done. I
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  • ...the experience of presence to extend beyond the physical self and into the space of the cell phone or web. ...medium in which one feels greater "access to the intelligence, intentions, and sensory impressions of another" than is possible in the most intimate, face
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  • ...ploys greater technical sophistication and improved fidelity of both video and audio than in traditional videoconferencing" [ ...head” completely around” ([[Natural-Born Cyborgs: Minds, Technologies, and the Future of Human Intelligence|Clark]], 93).
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  • ...a speed higher than 11.23 km/sec. For one to throw a ball up into the air and have it escape the gravitational pull of a black hole, one must throw the b ...tal universe, black holes are made of information, which has equal gravity and pull. Once enough information is placed into a database, all things are sel
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  • ...nteractions or collection action. The digital space brings the far nearer, and reduces the amount of analog interface changes required to accomplish somet ...set up, and processes must begin. In these situations, traffic slows down, and people get angry. The entire process of redirecting traffic, whether perman
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  • ...t a gap has 'emerged and grown precisely because of the emptying of public space..."The 'citizen' is a person inclined to seek her or his own welfare throug ...ic institutions are able to accomplish, can only be described as an 'outer space'(Bauman 2000:39).
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  • ...Tech” as a Cyborg Anthropologist. An individual came up to me afterwards and asked me if I’d ever considered twitter as a religion. The idea had actua system functions as a concentric circle with different rules and norms, and some top people, whether creators, in the case of the software designers, o
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  • ...ated Internet. It was highly favored by those inside and outside of Japan, and it's proposed cost was in the billions of dollars. ...ture in which all television screens were connected and capable of sending and receiving signals through keyboards.
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  • ...mind, and how certain activities, inputs and preoccupations influence the space in one's mind. ...and. Sometimes, whatever gets into a person's mind first is fixed in place and very difficult to remove by a later memory.
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  • ...his "bootstrapping strategy", which he specifically designed to bootstrap and accelerate the rate of innovation achievable.[ ...answers to the problem of dealing with the ever more complex modern world and has dedicated his life to the pursuit of developing technology to augment h
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  • [[Image:2001-a-space-odyssey.jpg|right|350px]] ...pproaching surrealism, sound in place of traditional narrative techniques, and minimal use of dialogue" [
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  • ...museums, but also art museums and collections maintained at national parks and historic sites. ...he public. As a group and in class we discussed specific ethical dilemmas, and the reasoning behind the choices we believe we would make if faced with suc
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  • ...r here nor there, that are simultaneously physical and mental, such as the space of a phone call or the moment when you see yourself in the mirror. possible (like a prison)" [].
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  • ...novelty is central not only when thinking about human-developed (physical and conceptual) machinery, but more generally, the machinery of living beings a model the future as truly open ended, truly indeterminate, and the past and present as pregnant not only with possibilities which become real, but with
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  • ...? We will be interested in whether technology has produced a better world, and for whom. ===Requirements and Grading===
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