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 +What Is Posthumanism?​ Cary Wolfe, University of Minnesoat Press, 2009 
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 +Beyond humanism and anthropocentrism 
 +Can a new kind of humanities—posthumanities—respond to the redefinition of humanity’s place in the world by both the technological and the biological or “green” continuum in which the “human” is but one life form among many? Exploring this radical repositioning,​ Cary Wolfe ranges across bioethics, cognitive science, animal ethics, gender, and disability to develop a theoretical and philosophical approach responsive to our changing understanding of ourselves and our world. 
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 +The Most Important Design Jobs of the Future, Suzanne Labarre https://​www.fastcompany.com/​3054433/​the-most-important-design-jobs-of-the-future 
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 +Designers at Google, Microsoft, Autodesk, Ideo, Artefact, Teague, Lunar, Huge, New Deal, and fuseproject predict 18 new design jobs. 
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 +Putin’s Rasputin Peter Pomerantsev,​ https://​www.lrb.co.uk/​v33/​n20/​peter-pomerantsev/​putins-rasputin,​ accessed on 07/14/18 
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 +“It’s a strategy of power based on keeping any opposition there may be constantly confused, a ceaseless shape-shifting that is unstoppable because it’s indefinable.” — Peter Pomerantsev 
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 +Slavoj Žižek, Philosopher,​ https://​bigthink.com/​experts/​slavoj-zizek,​ accessed on 07/14/18 
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 +“His work calls for a return to the Cartesian subject and the German Ideology, in particular the works of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Immanuel Kant and Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling. Slavoj Žižek’s work draws on the works of Jacques Lacan, moving his theory towards modern political and philosophical issues, finding the potential for liberatory politics within his work. But in all his turns to these thinkers and strands of thought, he hopes to call forth new potentials in thinking and self-reflexivity. He also calls for a return to the spirit of the revolutionary potential of Lenin and Karl Marx.” 
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 +Elon Musk’s Neuralink wants to boost the brain to keep up with AI,, Darrell Etherington@etherington / Mar 27, 2017, https://​techcrunch.com/​2017/​03/​27/​elon-musks-neuralink-wants-to-boost-the-brain-to-keep-up-with-ai/,​ accessed on 07/14/18 
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 +“Musk at Code Conference last year brought up the prospect of a “neural lace” that would be surgically connected to a human brain and allow a user to interact with a computer without the bandwidth challenges that come with current input methods, including keyboards, mice and trackpads. He’s since tweeted that he has made progress on his own exploration of the tech, and more recently rumors emerged that he was planning to found another company with this project as its focus.” 
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 +The Kardashian Index: A Measure Of Discrepant Social Media Profile For Scientists, Genome Biol. 2014; Published online 2014 Jul 30. doi:  10.1186/​s13059-014-0424-0,​ Neil Hallcorresponding author. https://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​pmc/​articles/​PMC4165362/​ , accessed on 07/14/18 
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 +In the era of social media there are now many different ways that a scientist can build their public profile; the publication of high-quality scientific papers being just one. While social media is a valuable tool for outreach and the sharing of ideas, there is a danger that this form of communication is gaining too high a value and that we are losing sight of key metrics of scientific value, such as citation indices. To help quantify this, I propose the ‘Kardashian Index’, a measure of discrepancy between a scientist’s social media profile and publication record based on the direct comparison of numbers of citations and Twitter followers. 
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 +Flattening The American Internet Network, ​ May 21, 2018, https://​beingmad.org/​flattening-the-american-internet-network/​ accessed on 07/14/18 
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 +“Because the Net is made of a complex matrix of bodily, commercial enterprise and worldwide relationships,​ how those structures engage and collaborate is virtually very critical to the end user, in addition to to the ones supplying Internet services and content material. Of the greatest difficulty impacting on line sources from eBay to the Bank of America is the capability monetary strain added on by way of the largest Tier 1 networks. As the only networks in the global having international Net visibility, these few corporations,​ together with AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, Degree 3, and Cable and Wireless, facilitate access to the global Internet – a characteristic which humans and businesses international depend on to make certain small networks and content carriers are to be had through their nearby provider carriers.” 
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 +The Poetry of Tools, Mindy Seu, August 10, 2017, https://​www.are.na/​blog/​case%20study/​2017/​08/​10/​the-poetry-of-tools.html,​ accessed on 07/14/18 
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 +“Digital poems are not necessarily ‘poems’ written by ‘poets;​’ they are found in ads, conceptual art, interactive displays, performative projects, games, or apps. Poetic tools include algorithms, browsers, social media, and data… Digital poetry will be perceived as living, because it is living.” 
 +— David Jhave Johnston 
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 +Distributed Web of Care, https://​dwc-tchoi8.hashbase.io/,​ accessed on 07/14/18 
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 +“(The)Distributed Web of Care (DWC) is an initiative of Taeyoon Workshop based in New York City. Taeyoon Choi is an artist and cofounder of School for Poetic Computation and a 2017 - 2018 fellow at Data and Society. DWC fellows, selected through an open call, develop the tools and events. Currently there is an open call for stewards who activate and expand them.” 
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 +Artificial Advancements,​ Taeyoon Choi, The New Inquirey, February 9, 2018 https://​thenewinquiry.com/​artificial-advancements/,​ accessed on 07/14/18 
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 +“Technological innovation is not an inherent good for disabled people, especially when the focus is on cure over care”  
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 +“This shows a wider recognition that full inclusion depends on an inclusive design process: Disabled people are often invited to be subjects of user research. However, inclusion as subjects is not enough. The generalization of individuals into a user group, categorized by their medical diagnosis, constructs crude, homogenized user stories that can lead to false assumptions about how technology impacts disabled individuals. 
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 +Brooklyn Free School, https://​www.brooklynfreeschool.org/​ accessed on 07/14/18 
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 +“Brooklyn Free School’s mission is education for social justice. Always advocating for young people’s voices to be heard, BFS engages students and staff in democratic decision-making and problem solving. We honor student choice and facilitate student-centered learning through play and exploration,​ constructivist teaching, collaborative course work and self-directed student initiatives. We support social and emotional development through conflict mediation, personal reflection, diversity awareness and community responsibility. BFS works in the service of students and their families, partners with progressive educators, and embraces our larger community.” 
 +“Experts pointed to Finland as a sort of guidepost. Finnish schools are often cited as among the best in the world, and students rank highly in all subjects. There, students aren’t measured at all for the first six years of their education, they’re not tested until high school, they have more recess and free time, and take fewer classes. The teachers have more creativity in assigning curricula. Though there’s more structure in Finnish schools, their values share a certain kinship with democratic schools.” ​ At Brooklyn Free School, A Movement Reborn With Liberty And No Testing For All, by Lucas Kavner, Huffington Post, 11/30/2012 08:38 am ET Updated Jan 09, 2013 
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 +Design Inquirey, Less is More Again — A Manifesto, Gabrielle Esperdy http://​designinquiry.net/​contributions/​less-is-more-again-a-manifesto/​ http://​designinquiry.net/,​ accessed on 07/14/18 
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 +“The designless world simply does not exist; and it never has. The gatherers who built the seasonal dwelling at Terra Amata; the hunters who drew in the caves at Lascaux — they were designers. As were the literally countless men and women since then, who have created or adapted almost every single thing that surrounds us in this designed world. Perhaps, like Morris, we can blame it all on the Renaissance:​ it’s Alberti’s fault for separating theory and practice and it’s Vasari’s fault for creating the artist as hero. Walter Gropius was on to something when he urged designers to return to the crafts. He understood that the cult of personality and individuality was damaging design’s reputation and undermining its very place in the world. He thought that by returning to making — by heading down to the factory floor — designers might regain what had been lost. The world would become more designful by becoming seemingly designless.”
  
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