Monthly Archives: May 2015

Schizoanalysis as Anthro-Ecology

Originally posted on synthetic zero:
How does one begin to broach the question of linkage, passage, and reflexivity to be found in the theories and practices of anarchism, the radical post-psychoanalysis of Felix Guattari, and the ontological framework that has…

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The Anxieties of Big Data by Kate Crawford

“What does the lived reality of big data feel like? 2014 is the year we learned about Squeaky Dolphin. That’s the Pynchon-worthy code name for a secret program created by British intelligence agency GCHQ to monitor millions of YouTube views and … Continue reading

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From Sharing to Cooperation: Lessons from Mondragón in the “New Economy”

Originally posted on The City Lab:
This semester I was fortunate to be included in the program for the “First International Conference on the Links between USA and Spain”, which was held at the University of Alcala, Spain. I presented the paper…

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Reflections on @mckenziewark ‘s Molecular Red

Originally posted on Intra-Being:
“For Bogdanov, a political revolution is not the solution to anything. It merely enables the problem of organization to be posed. There can be no victory over the sun.” A week or so back I got…

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Radical DIY, Machine Project -Mark Allen

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Welcome to Cyberia

“Rebels: A Journey Underground is an excellent Canadian documentary history of “the counterculture” produced for television in the late 1990s and narrated by Kiefer Sutherland. It’s the work of writer/director Kevin Alexander, who did a great job with it. More … Continue reading

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Squatting as Urban Combat w/Alexander Vasudevan (pdf)‏

http://phg.sagepub.com/content/39/3/338.full.pdf+html “This paper introduces a set of analytical frames that explore the possibilities of conceiving, researching and writing a global geography of squatting. The paper argues that it is possible to detect, in the most tenuous of urban settings, ways … Continue reading

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