Monthly Archives: March 2011

Week Six “Data and Media—An Unrequited Love?”

My second video blog ever. Just trying to get into it. Never really done these before but thinking being a media student I should. Looked at Paul Edwards ‘A Vast Machine: Computer Models, Climate Data, and the Politics of Global … Continue reading

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Week Five “Reality—actual, potential and virtual”

This is my first attempt at a vlog, thought I would give it a go. Sorry if the sound quality isn’t great. ALSO I say potential, present and virtual reality instead of “actual” reality so sorry about that. I’ll put … Continue reading

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Week Four: “Global Mnemotechnics”—Globalising Memory, Thinking and Action Memory is a tricky thing.

It’s something I sort of find myself thinking about all the time. I wonder whether we have memories from our former lives/ancestors stored away in us or how certain moments in time I get that ‘déjà vu’ feeling all of … Continue reading

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Week 3- “Ecologies”—Media Ecologies/Other “Ecologies”

It’s been all about media environments this week or more formally, ‘Media Ecologies’. It’s interesting looking into how media ecologies function and how users are becoming this own society online and the platforms we work from are contributing to this … Continue reading

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Week Two- Foundations (Thinkers, Ideas)

I find it interesting looking back at technological developments over time and trying to understand the utter panic there was surrounding these new innovations. I feel in my generation we have grown accustom to these developments and accept change. The … Continue reading

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