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Week 4 Reading Response

This week’s readings raised a lot of questions about the connections between the humanities (especially literary and rhetoric studies), the sciences, and computer technology. 574 more words

Can we have our materialism back please

In terms of an article with the title “Can we have our materialism back please” written by Bruno Latour as an intro to an edition of the Journal Focus  an interesting situation just occurredas I began writing this blog post. 571 more words

Château Latour Vertical Tasting

1-22-2016 Château Latour tasting at Aquavita, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

For any Bordeaux wine lover, what would be the ultimate tasting? Perhaps a Pétrus/Le Pin comparison? A first growth horizontal tasting from 1982? 1,021 more words

Tasting Notes

Hello, world! Increasing intimacy, atomic flux and damn fine coffee.

Welcome to one and to all. I hope you have a pleasant stay. Please expect to receive media in the form of sound and vision. At all times feel free to add comment! 657 more words


Technology is a demanding lover

Digital fabrication is largely predicated on the aim of democratising inventive and creative practices that were previously available only to experts. However, one might say that there is a degree of naivety in the way the notions of ‘creative practice’ and ‘innovation process’ get conflated in the language of making and fabrication. 1,419 more words

Making Stuff

Our Dream Vacations – Visiting the Lost City of Machu Picchu

Is watching day break over Machu Picchu on your bucket list? It is on ours. What could be more awe-inspiring than entering the gates of Machu Picchu, seeing the ruins stretching out above and below you, and being surrounded by some of the highest peaks in the Andes? 539 more words

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