Monthly Archives: May 2005

Time’s Arrow: A case for affective temporality?

I know this is supposed to be Einstein’s year. And being a Bergson fan myself, this should be an opportunity to learn a bit more about relativity. I had this thought last night though. It goes like this> what if … Continue reading

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Help, I’ve lost my iSight!

I had an interesting experience this evening co-presenting a class to students in S. Korea, online. Using a two-way video iChat teleconference, pre-recorded video clips, other pre-recorded clips (audio, video), and a handout. More on all of that in a … Continue reading

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Interaction design and subject-object relations

I’ve been getting back to reading sociology recently, and refreshing myself of on interaction design concepts at the same time. I need to be up on both just to finish the white paper i’ve been working on for so long… … Continue reading

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