Jeg ble ledet til denne bloggen via en av mine medstudenter i #etmooc, en online utforskelse av utdanning, teknologi og media. ( Akkurat nå handler det om “the open movement”. Samtidig har jeg nylig leste en del av det som er skrevet om Google Glass, og hvordan det kan påvirke oss når vi plutselig vet at alt vi gjør og sier kan bli tatt opp og lagret.

Det er mange år siden jeg leste Foucault, men han virker mer relevant nå enn da jeg leste ham på 80-tallet.

Philosophy for change

This is the first instalment in a three-part series.

Part 2. I tweet, therefore I become
Part 3. The call of the crowd


You start the day bleary-eyed and anxious. You stayed up late last night working on a post for your blog, gathering facts and memes from about the web and weaving them into an incisive whole. Has it produced a spike in the stats? You sign in on your iPhone as you brew the coffee. But it’s too early to slip into the professional headspace – you decide that you don’t want to know. Someone has messaged you on Facebook, so you check that instead. Japanese manga mashup! Killer breaks off the cost of Lombok. Lady Gaga is a man and we have photoshopped evidence to prove it! A friend will appreciate that one, so you share it with her directly. Perhaps not something that you’d want…

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