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Drone Ethnography

Ethnography – refers to studies of a cultures customs and habits

“Nanomachines, flying robots, botnets, and AI. The genre status switches between blockbuster and headline on a weekly basis.”

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Education and The Internet

After my last cybercultures class, I began to wonder, should knowledge should be open to all to both use and contribute to? Yes, and it’s this intuitive philosophy that forms the base of The Open Education Movement, which has been gaining momentum since 2006, the same year Dr. 423 more words


Header Designs

I designed a few images to accompany my first blog post of research for Cybercultures.  I tried to capture the idea of a conversation in a digital space, leading into the future of my research, which will analyse the impact of social media on brands and consumers.   46 more words

Daily Creative

Cybercultural Tragedies

My original broad concept for my research project was to look into the ways in which Cyberculture might be seen to reflect aspects of oral cultures. 285 more words


Building from Cyberpunk


My immediate research goal for DIGC335 is to unpack ‘cyberpunk’ as a term, as an aesthetic, and as a theory, and nail down the history and themes involved. 197 more words


Cybernetics, Cyborgs or Just Drones?

Unmanned aerial vehicles, quad-copters or drones whatever you like to refer to them as offer a unique perspective into a space with a camera lens controlled by you. 278 more words

Economics, Religion and Why We (The West) Don't Want Robots.

Computerisation, automation and interconnected networks have allowed for certain social conditions and convictions to arise. Such social constructs help form an ambiguous ‘cyberculture,’ associated with automation and assembly. 392 more words

Robotics And Capitalism