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  • ...out what we’re dealing with now. I feel like I’m doing a bit of future history when I do this research, as I’m often encountering worlds of people who h
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  • ==== History ==== ...every night by plugging them into the wall, right? And at no other time in history have we had these really strange non human devices that we take care of as
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  • ...sis in nature is piously narrated. The ancient, cobbled-together, mixed-up history of living beings, whose long tradition of genetic exchange will be the envy *Diane Greco, Program in the History and Social Study of Science and Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Tech
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  • === History === ...ber 6, 1944 in Denver, Colorado) is currently a professor and chair of the History of Consciousness Program at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Unite
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  • ...noying people for a profit. But it also prevents a book from going down in history as a classic reference resource. It also provides much more work on behalf
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  • ...Palmer, Editorial Director (Contact for: Design; Interior Design; Cultural History Reference)
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  • [[Category:Computing History]]
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  • Marc Auge defined place as one concered with Relation, Identity and History. In it, he defined a place as "something with identity, relation, and history".
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  • [[Category:Computing History]]
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  • *STS.464 [[Cultural History of Technology]] Spring 2005 ...think it is far wiser to invest time in traditional theory and a study of history. This way, one can able to apply insights no matter what kind of sociocultu
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  • ...r doctor is closest to them, or use the web to find one. There is often no history with the doctor prior to the search. Some can ask family or friends for a r
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  • ===History===
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  • ;[[Version history]]
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  • There is no real study of the history of computing from a societal perspective in a unified field ([[Molly Steens
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  • ...nthropology or digital ethnography. There are few. Many are related to the history of science and technology, the anthropology of science, or science and tech === Program in History & Philosophy of Science and Technology ===
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  • becomes possible. As we've learned from the history of the telephone, many intimate details of my history, and whose own stories I knew very
    57 KB (9,520 words) - 00:31, 11 May 2010
  • [[Category:Computing History]]
    80 B (9 words) - 00:57, 11 May 2010
  • ...tion as to what its use might tell us about ourselves at this point in our history.
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  • [[Category:Computing History]]
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  • In the end, all text becomes linkable, all history becomes linkable to the future, every moment capable of being saved, report
    3 KB (498 words) - 17:14, 21 August 2010
  • [[Category:Computing History]]
    325 B (31 words) - 01:13, 11 May 2010
  • Sherry Turkle's brief history and analysis of those discontent with simply allowing technology to dictate
    592 B (67 words) - 19:37, 11 April 2011
  • [[Category:Computing History]]
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  • [[Category:Computing History]]
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  • [[Category:Computing History]]
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  • [[Category:Computing History]]
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  • ...puting.net/?p=291</ref> writes Steve Fairclough. "This is nothing new. Our history is littered with tools and artifacts, from the plough to the internet, desi
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  • ...and more. The section on interfaces is informative, offering an up-to-date history on visual interfaces, graphics, virtual reality (VR), holograms, teleconfer [[Category:Computing History]]
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  • ...008.</ref>, [[The Inner History of Devices]]<ref>Turkle, Sherry. The Inner History of Devices. MIT Press. Fall 2008.</ref>, [[Simulation and Its Discontents]]
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  • ...d become “Intel Inside”, the most successful marketing campaign in the history of technology. In 2000 and 2001, Intel brought Renan back to help create a ...d from Yale University. A Rockefeller Grant enabled him to write the first history of experimental media. He founded the Pacific Film Archive at the Universit
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  • ...all students tell their stories to, and then he writes them into a visual history. ...ends in communicating across distances, providing a visual cell phone-like history, and a “family album” of photos, ideas, writings, and events for the ne
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  • ...wearable computing in high school in the 70s <ref>Rhodes, Bradley. A brief history of wearable computing. http://www.media.mit.edu/wearables/lizzy/timeline.ht
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  • ===History=== ...hort History of Wearable Computers http://5election.com/2012/09/03/a-short-history-of-wearable-computers/</ref>
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  • *History of all local and remote context. *Ability to predict future context based on history.
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  • · Keep history of sensor data. ...can access and share with other agents, however, it was built, so that the history database can be a remote database that many agents can access. A central s
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  • ===History===
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  • ...nd when, and how much it costs to produce nature at a particular moment in history for a particular group of people. A feminist journey through the anthropolo
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  • ...s contemporary configurations of persons and machines. We’ll explore the history of automata, automation and capitalist manufacturing, cybernetics, WWII and *Riskin, Jessica (2007) Genesis Redux: Essays in the history and philosophy of artificial life. Chicago: University of Chicago.
    28 KB (3,776 words) - 19:52, 14 January 2011
  • ...ler, Evelyn. "Booting up Baby." In Riskin, J. Genesis Redux: Essays in the History and Philosophy of Artificial Life. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press ...ler, Evelyn. "Booting up Baby." In Riskin, J. Genesis Redux: Essays in the History and Philosophy of Artificial Life. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press
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  • ...creasingly paleontological. Facebook is a system with layers of geological history. The E-mail inbox is a rapidly expanding site of excavation which one must
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  • ...for human concerns such as usability, touch, access, persona, emotions and history. Those who build systems by these principles think of computing as a soluti
    2 KB (341 words) - 18:30, 26 November 2011
  • ...y of Arts and Sciences, the Royal Society of Arts, and the Computer Museum History Center and is a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He recently
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  • "Colin Ware is the perfect person to write this book, with a long history of prominent contributions to the visual interaction with machines and to i ...itten by a usability engineer with a long and successful paper prototyping history, this book is a practical, how-to guide that will prepare you to create and
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  • '''History''' '''History'''
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  • In the end, all text becomes linkable, all history becomes linkable to the future, every moment capable of being saved, report
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  • In the end, all text becomes linkable, all history becomes linkable to the future, every moment capable of being saved, report
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