Interactive Honda ad by Wiedon and Kennedy →
Stats on Internet usage across Asia, by We Are Social Singapore
Niklas Lurmann's Theory of Memes →
From: initiative für interdisziplinäre medienforschung leibniz universität hannover Refers also to Amanda Ann Klein’s post about Internet memes…
Uncanny Media - Steen Christiansen →
“In a later work, Drucker takes issue with the supremacy of code, arguing that even though code may be conceived in mathematical terms, as ideal form, it can never be expressed without recourse to some kind of materiality. Information is always lost or altered when it is stored or transmitted; “ Materiality cannot be fully absorbed into ideality, nor can it be understood as a...
Deleuze, Foucault, Diagram
Deleuze on Foucault, via Andrew Murphie at Into the Diagram “What can we call such a new informal dimension? On one occasion Foucault gives it its most precise name: it is a ‘diagram’, that is to say a ‘functioning, abstracted from any obstacle […] or friction [and which] must be detached from any specific use. The diagram is no longer an auditory or visual archive but a map, a...
One of a number of new open access code learning websites, changing how we might think about new media literacies. Here’s a good The Next Web article on the two.
Mimi Ito on growing equity gap between those young people who have had access to super engaged forms of digital learning and those who haven’t.
Oneohtrix Point Never - Replica →
Latour & Diagrams →
#Deleuze and Guattari at A Thousand Plateaus an Hour @mobilewashunit Eugene W. Holland’s keynote lecture at “Deleuze: Ethics and Politics,” The 4th Biennial Philosophy and Literature Conference at Purdue University, April 9-10, 2010.
Diagramming Invention →
Same Old Song - Media Piracy in Emerging Economies →
#OccupyMelbourne protester stripped by police. Why...
There is just no logical explanation for why a ring of police had to accost a protester - one of only a handful - to strip her tent costume off leaving her near naked. Does the prohibition on camping extend to a prohibition on looking like a tent? This just baffles me.
Social privacy monitoring tools - Tech Crunch... →
…article by Eric Eldon… German company Secure.me has a solution, that it has recently launched to the world: an online service that analyzes your Facebook profile for any data that’s putting your privacy at risk. It’s not the only service out there. Some others include Friend Checker, Minor Monitor andSocialShield (the latter two being designed primarily for parents watching their...
Posterous report on online private sharing →
Harris Interactive Survey: social network users are sharing less online because they don’t have the ability to control who sees what they share. And with nearly 7 in 10 believing that Facebook prefers everything they share to be public, it’s evident that the private sharing race is still up for grabs. “Since the launch of Posterous Spaces, we’ve already seen new user...
The Social Soundtrack, Blake Graham, The Observer →
Mind maps on Social Media - H Rheingold's students →