Month: June 2012

The algorithmic representation of need

Technology writers and media philosophers alike have spent time considering a rather candid remark by Google’s former CEO Eric Schmidt, made in an August, 2010 interview. Discussing the future of the search giant, Schmidt said the following to the Wall Street Journal: We’re trying to figure out what the future of search is […] I mean that in a […]

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Introducing “Culture Digitally: The Podcast”

Hello Everyone!  We are pleased to introduce a new podcast as part the regular content you’ll find here on the blog.   Over the last few weeks we’ve managed to record a number of great conversations between our contributors on the  topics and themes we developed in a recent workshop.   The first episode is part […]

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The Heterogeneous Contexts of Digital Production

I was inspired by Nick Couldry’s recent post of his excellent book chapter (I am looking forward to the book), and the subsequent comments, especially Tarleton’s question as to  “what a practice-based attention to media production and distribution might look like,” to write a bit about some very in-progress work which brings me close to issues of […]

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