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*[[MIT’s Futures of Entertainment 3 - Session 3: Social Media]]
 
*[[The Programmable Web - A Quick and Dirty Mashup Review]]
 
*[[Building a House on Digital Ground - A Primer on New Media]]
 
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Humans are surrounded by built objects and networks. So profoundly are humans altering their biological and physical landscapes that some have openly suggested that the proper object of anthropological study should be cyborgs rather than humans, for, as Donna Haraway says, "we are all cyborgs now".

Cyborg Anthropology takes the view that most of modern human life is a product of both human and non-human objects.

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