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Blasts from the Past
Tag Archives: networked
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Our experiences of the world are shaped by vast networks of people, things and interactions. The networks of production are made up of millions of peoples’ knowledge, skills and labour that we never see; networks we are largely removed from up until the act of consumption.
I have been exploring the potential of facilitating situations that require smaller, more localised networks of sharing and co-operation. These interdependent events shift value away from packaged experience, to help us value the process of working, playing and making together.
I haven’t been too good with the blog recently, and the reason for this is that I have been busily scribing away at my dissertation. Two months, many books and countless cups of black coffee later, I can happily report that it is all over now and I can get my blog on again.
Here are some pictures of the final thing for your viewing pleasure.
Glad that’s over. Now back to making stuff.