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Week Nine: ‘Social Organization—Micropolitics, Networks, Designing for and Living in New Communities’

An open source approach to Global Warming? Could it work? I enjoy the idea of an open source internet, I love the idea of sharing and everything being free to access in order to help each other. I don’t know … Continue reading

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Week Eight: ‘Big Politics—The Fate of the State’

Reading about all the events that have taken place in Egypt, I feel like I have been asleep for the majority of the time in relation to this whole commotion over there as I only appear to momentarily pass the … Continue reading

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Week Seven ‘Framing versus “Transversality”—music, journalism and other ecologies of practice’

Metronomy This is what consumed most of my time when trying to complete this week’s blog. How? I believe it’s definitely this ‘transversal’ connection between the technology and myself. I didn’t recognise how my mind/body is interacting with the technology … Continue reading

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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 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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