Cthulu Sync Log: from Lovecraft to the Chthulucene

We were in Coober Pedy, I think, or definitely getting close to the edge of the Zone, one Saturday or Sunday morning… it was definitely morning… but after a week on the road, days loose their meaning. Anyway, idly flipping through whatever subset of channels was available in that particular hotel room with its geographic […]

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"Practical Design Fiction", metafictional machine gods and the blocky prototypes of the Holographic Universe

Matt Jones gave this talk at #interaction15 earlier this year, which went up on vimeo some four weeks ago, which I’m only watching and processing now because I’ve been elsewhere. BUT… drilling deeper into the mechanics of design fiction and its implications for #thework are very high on my permanent #todolist for this hashtaggin’ year. […]

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Transmissions of a Cosmic Anthropologist is ready for your podcatching apps

The first full length episode of my new podcast is online. You can listen to it at the embed below. There’s detailed show notes over on my tumblr. It’s all about TIME and features special-guest @Wolven. You can subscribe to the podcast at the following locations: iTunes Stitcher SoundCloud Feedburner I’ve opened up a feedback […]

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Program Update

This is a screenshot of m1k3y tv: This is the lifestyle of the technomad; those formerly knowns as the Wifi Bedouin. Our bodies are but meat pointers to the internet. Our work alive and active, whilst we sleep, rest, play, scheme… or create. Cyberspace is the realm from which I’m speaking to you now. Not […]

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Nathan Barley was right

The show that is, not the main character. Let me explain.  I was sitting with Court3nay on Friday afternoon, in Little Creatures, after an expedition up and down Brunswick St, seeking clothing worthy of purchase.  He was telling me about the smartphone app Bump and all the fun ways people have found to use it. […]

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