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BP 11 and Final Culture Jams

Cabaret Academy “Sensation metaphysics, augmented in digital technology, builds out the human demand for self-stimulation, the appetites of sensory organs (the lamella) engaged through consumption of every kind, from drugs, coffee, spice, to body to body replication of behavior accomplished … Continue reading

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Ulmer’s Short list #1

Would you think of electracy as a paradigm shift? By Naila Naila’s explanation  Ulmer states, “Socrates is a syncretic figure, partly oral, partly literate, the first person to experience Self.” I am a firm believer in Kuhn’s concept of paradigm … Continue reading

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Culture Jamming- BP 10

“Literacy put true/false into a machine and gifted it to electracy, to be applied in emergent ways, just as orality put speech into writing and gifted it to literacy. The object of electracy is das Dings, to use Freud’s term, … Continue reading

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Culture Jamming-BP 10

Elija’s Culture Jam and BP 10

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Culture Jam and post #9

culture jam and post #9

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post #8

“Paleolithic was animistic, regarding everything as alive, using magic to promote survival (life/death). Orality identified divine cause, creating religion and the institution of the church to address right/wrong behavior mandated by God. Literacy identified nature as a cause (Phusis), creating … Continue reading

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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

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DB #7

DB #7

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DB #6

  The Vital  “Another experiment, conducted by Pascual-Leone when he was a researcher at the National Institutes of Health, provides even more remarkable evidence of the way our patterns of thought affect the anatomy of our brains. Pascual-Leone recruited people … Continue reading

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4 & 5

Sound, language, and technology share a common connection. Each has its unique way of conveying and emitting certain messages. Throughout the post, I will define the ways they are connected.   According to the article, “The souls of Black folk”, sound … Continue reading

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10/11/2022

  (PAGE 26-27 Article Do Artifacts Have Politics?) What happened:  The mechanical harvester was introduced in California. This harvester was a game-changer in the agricultural world.”This machine can harvest tomatoes in a single pass through a row, cutting the plants … Continue reading

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Elija’s Exploratory

Tech Exploratory project This project was very interesting and fascinating. I enjoyed every bit of it from researching to editing. I hope to receive feedback from my peers and professors to improve my writing for the final project.

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BP #3

The three articles have a similar message and content. For instance, the authors of all three articles emphasized the importance of orality and how it has impacted us throughout history. All authors portray a message that knowledge is manipulated in … Continue reading

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Bp #2

The author literally says that many activities wouldn’t exist without electric light. For instance, brain surgery, factories, electrical devices, etc. Intellectually one innovation led to another, for example, the invention of the telephone. Currently, we can access the world through … Continue reading

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BP #1

Gee    “But a contrary current has developed, a current which sees literacy as necessarily plural: Different societies and social subgroups have different types of literacy, and literacy has different social and mental effects in different social and cultural contexts. … Continue reading

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Warm Up Elija Ruhith’s post

Hello, My name is Elija Ruhith. I am 22 years old, currently I am studying Human Services at City Tech. This is my last semester so I am looking forward to graduate and get myself into a better stable place. … Continue reading

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