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Swarm Intermezzo: Meditations on the Ether

  1.        When we perceive the movement of the swarm, what is being witnessed is a certain diagram of action derived from the organizational properties of the distributed network. At this level, we take the shifts and … Continue reading

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Mold/Modulation, Analog/Digital (A Handful of Deleuze Quotes)

  Postscript on the Societies of Control (1992) The different internments of spaces of enclosure through which the individual passes are independent variables: each time one us supposed to start from zero, and although a common language for all these … Continue reading

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“The sage speaks of what he sees”: War Games and the New Spirit of Capitalism

Technological Ideologues “At the end of the twentieth century, the long predicted convergence of the media, computing and telecommunications into hypermedia is finally happening,” wrote Richard Barbrook and Andy Cameron in 1995. “Once again, capitalism’s relentless drive to diversify and … Continue reading

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