Tagged: technical_epistemologies

A Samoan Hoax

Manti Te’o has been in the news a lot these past few days because Notre Dame’s star linebacker and inspirational leader was apparently pranked.  He had captured football fans’ hearts throughout the season, leading his team to an undefeated record and to the national championship game despite the fact that his grandmother and his girlfriend […]

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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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Five more points

Culture Digitally is now a year old, and we are extremely grateful to the initial cadre of participants, the guest bloggers, and all of the readers that have helped make it a vibrant place for the circulation of ideas and research around digital cultural production. As part of the NSF award that supports Culture Digitally, […]

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