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How do changes in the way what we see is organised change us? How do these change publishing/publics?

I feel like we as a public see things uniformly i.e. we all interpret what we see in the world almost in the same way. If we were to look at the Sydney Trains network map, we’d understand the way the train system has been visualised to us. 190 more words


Week 8: As intelligence goes up, happiness often goes down. In fact, I made a graph. I make a lot of graphs.

In this response, I’m going to firstly look through some of the theoretical content surrounding this week’s lecture, and secondly, look at some examples of visualisation that I really like, and some that I am more dubious about. 633 more words

ARTS2090 - Week 8 - What is a Calorie?

What exactly is a calorie? Is it a form of energy? One must also ask oneself, but what is energy? Only to cycle into a never-ending philosophical debate about the meaning of life. 291 more words

ARTS2090 Visualisation

Too many corporations are taking advantage of us with the friendly mask on that convinces us that we are taking advantage of them by using their services for free. 448 more words


Visualisation - Making the Invisible Visible

“making the invisible visible” is a component of our upcoming visualisation task. when i read this in the course outline i started thinking “WHAT DOES THIS EVEN MEAN?! 60 more words


The ‘commons;’ the collection, (re)distribution and assembling of attention

Collectively produced archives that create the possibility for users and publishers to interact are known as ‘commons,’ simply speaking any information or media that is primarily public. 407 more words