Tag Archives: network.culture

This is the Modern World

A presentation from Webstock via O’Reilly Radar:
The Demon-Haunted World.
Delving into the networked, invisible environment we live in, and increasingly REALLY live in, as in, it isn’t a layer upon the world, but the water in which we swim.
Why am I writing about this?:

Introduced me to the Archigrams group.
Fascinated with psychogeography, and the Situationist’s in general.
Has [...]

Why thoughts matter…

Julian Bleecker - the dude who wrote the thing about Why things matter and blogjects — riffing in a PhD way on the whole spimes thing etc etc — has a post up that, well, resonates:
Nutshell: He’s been reading other’s responses to his blogjects riffs, and seems to be defending, somewhat, against the notion [...]