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  • ...about the coming “virtual reality” or those who talk about ubiquitous computing and other things. I’ve found that simply replacing “virtual reality” ...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 ==== ...ociated with the Committee for the Anthropology of Science, Technology and Computing (CASTAC).
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  • *1A.350 / SP.484J / STS.086 [[The Anthropology of Computing: Digital Cultures Spring 2009 MIT]] | [http://web.mit.edu/wgs/academics/syl *209 Theory Seminar [[Cities and Cyborgs: Computing and the Metropolis, 1860-2010]] | UC Berkeley 2011
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  • ===History=== By the mid-70s, this conception had shifted. As decentralized personal computing became more feasible, the computer increasingly began to be understood as a
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  • ;[[Mental and Emotional Effects of Computing]] ;[[Version history]]
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  • ...l condition of watching things evolve. Decentralized aspects and bottom-up computing. chaos theory, complexity theoy, self-organizing systems, etc. There is no real study of the history of computing from a societal perspective in a unified field ([[Molly Steenson]] may be o
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  • becomes possible. As we've learned from the history of the telephone, for amplifying the computing and communication capacity of every home on
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  • ...ntrasts those dangers with his own sweeping inclusive vision of a wearable computing age that brings about new ways to teach, learn, make art, communicate, and [[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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  • ...rComp (wearable computing) and one of the integral members of the Wearable computing group at MIT Media Lab. He is known more recently for being intercepted and ...1b</ref> At MIT he literally bristled with equipment, wearing 80 pounds of computing equipment to class. Moore’s Law, however, has continuously reduced the fo
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  • ...AL EMPOWERMENT" presented at the 1998 International Conference on Wearable Computing ICWC-98, Fairfax VA, May 1998. Published to Wearcomp.org. Accessed Jul 2011 ===History===
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  • ...ty of Oregon that investigates the use of cutting-edge mobile and wearable computing technology to assist people during social encounters in the real world: whe *History of all local and remote context.
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  • ...short CAT is a middleware for wearable devices that can provide a wearable computing application easy and quick access to context, such as hardware sensors and · Keep history of sensor data.
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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.
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  • ...ial life; online sociality and the cyborg imaginary; ubiquitous and mobile computing; ethnographies of research and development; and geeks, gamers and hacktivis ...ial life; online sociality and the cyborg imaginary; ubiquitous and mobile computing; ethnographies of research and development; and geeks, gamers and hactivist
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  • [[Image:affective-computing-Maggie-Nichols.jpg|center|600px]] ...emotions and history. Those who build systems by these principles think of computing as a solution or a helper for problems or essences of human living, especia
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  • ...Viewpoints Research Institute, Inc., best known for the ideas of personal computing, the intimate laptop computer, and the inventions of the now ubiquitous ove ...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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  • ...a computer.<ref>Weiser, Mark. Some Computer Science Problems in Ubiquitous Computing. Communications of the ACM, July 1993. Pg. 71.</ref> 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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  • ...is a vision on the future of consumer electronics, telecommunications and computing that was originally developed in the late 1990s for the time frame 2010–2 ...ambient intelligence paradigm builds upon pervasive computing, ubiquitous computing, profiling practices, and human-centric computer interaction design and is
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  • ===A Short History of the Telephone=== In computing, the DNA is equivalent to hard drive memory, and the RNA the Random Access
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  • == Computing History == [[Computing in the Middle Ages]] by
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  • ===Mobile Technologies and Ubiquitous Computing=== [[Everyware: The Dawning Age of Ubiquitous Computing]] by Adam Greenfield
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  • ...on the phone. he told me his story. another told me about the building's history. ...e it a singular view. it was empty. a monocle. there was nothing about the history of the building or how the fire started. they simply siad "fire - is under
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  • ===Internet Archaeology: Documents from Early History=== [http://www.rfc-editor.org/history.html See all archived content]
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  • [[File:irc-hub-home-automation-ubiqitious-computing.jpg|600px|center]] ...the actual location of the data. This leads us to a unique moment in human history – that many of us now have the ability to be omniscient and omnipresent a
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  • ...or stored in an old database, it's not as simple to extract. Of lot of our history stands to be lost if we do not save it. Digital Archaeology is the act of g ...of Doug Engelbart's Augment project - an important part of the history of computing - are decaying in a St. Louis warehouse.
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  • ===History=== ...ting videos to share on the web. Alice is a teaching tool for introductory computing. It uses 3D graphics and a drag-and-drop interface intended to facilitate a
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  • ...s” (Czerwinski, 2006). (Source: Digital memories in an era of ubiquitous computing and abundant storage, Full text Html (27 KB), Pdf (846 KB) , Source , Commu ...chaotic, high velocity data. In Digital Memories in an Era of Ubiquitious Computing and Abundant Storage, Czerwinski and her research group tell the story of a
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  • ===History=== ...d Stewart Brand's call in the first Whole Earth Catalog at the dawn of the computing age: "We are as Gods and might as well get used to it", the concept becomes
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  • ...]] and [[Evans and Sutherland]]. He was a pioneer in the field of parallel computing, as well as instrumental in calculating the firing tables for the Mercury R ...many projects ranging from geometrical kite-building and rockets to AI and computing. Many are not covered here, but will be in the future.
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  • Sept. 29 The history of digital media. Text discussion: Wilson and Peterson 2002 *Ceruzzi, Paul. 2003. A History of Modern Computing. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Chan, Anita. 2004. Coding Free Software, Coding
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  • *Rapp, Rayna. Testing Women, Testing the Fetus: A Social History of Amniocentesis in America. New York, NY: Routledge, 2000. ISBN: 041591645 *7 Sociologies of Computing
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  • ...of the personal computer; the hacking aesthetic; non-Western histories of computing; the growth of the Internet as a military, academic, and commercial project ...presentation exploring the social meaning of an artifact from contemporary computing not covered in our reading - e.g. the iPod™, Xbox®, or Google™ search
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  • ...in-class time will then be devoted to the project, and preparing a project history (~20 pages, 6000 words) written collaboratively by the group. Groups will p *11 In-Class Group Work, Presentation of Project History Proposals, Discussion and Ranking
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  • ===History as Future=== ...1980's turn up on the covers of various magazines predicting the future of computing", says [[Steve Mann]]. "CEOs and presidents of companies often use these an
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  • ...ass computer market, becoming a mainstay on desks in home and professional computing environments. It was not until stylus-devices, laptop touch pads, POS touch [[Category:Computing History]]
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  • [[Ubiquitous Computing]] by [[Mark Weiser]], 1993 [[The Pencil: A History of Design and Circumstance]] by Henry Petroski
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  • ...tributed networks with interrelated nodes. It draws from emergence theory, computing, and other disciplines to understand both the nodes of the system and the l ...wer",<ref>Mintz, Sidney. Sweetness and Power: The Place of Sugar in Modern History. Penguin Books, 1986.</ref>and a radically anthropocentric approach that mi
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  • ...behavior and activity. She introduces us to her research strategy and the history, structure, and culture of Warcraft; argues for applying activity theory an ...e is the author of A Small Matter of Programming: Perspectives on End User Computing and the coauthor of Information Ecologies: Using Technology with Heart and
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  • ===History=== ...artsites.ucsc.edu/EMS/music/equipment/computers/history/history.html Short History of Computer Music].
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