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Are we becoming cyborgs?

Also the New York Times is turning up the cyborg theme, but luckily more intelligently than CNN. All the technology and internet use has changed how we interact. But are we also changing what we are? The New York Times…

Video highlights from PICNIC Festival 2011

The videos of the presentations at PICNIC Festival 2011 (14-16 September, Amsterdam) are now online. Jake Barton on Urban Collaboration and Storytelling What will inspire and connect cities of the future? At our core, we are linked together by the…

35 Picnic conference videos

On Vimeo you can find no less than 35 videos of the Picnic conference. They are great. My personal favourites (quite a few): Jim Stolze: The virtual happiness project “Virtual Happiness” is a research project that aims to provide insights…

The Situated Technologies project

A year ago I wrote about Adam Greenfield’s pamphlet Urban computing and its discontents. Adam’s pamphlet was the firsts in a nine-part series that aims to explore the implications of ubiquitous computing for architecture and urbanism: How are our experience…

Experientia’s Jan-Christoph Zoels at Picnic /3

Experientia’s senior partner Jan-Christoph Zoels was this week at the Picnic conference in Amsterdam, and has been providing regular reports. Here is his third one, covering the Thursday afternoon sessions: Making Love is Eskil Steenberg (Quel Solaar)’s take on a…

Nokia presentations at LIFT 08

Two of the three Nokia presentations at the LIFT Asia conference are now online. Raphael Grignani (Nokia Design, USA) talked about how Nokia Design addresses environmental and social issues including recycling, energy and making the benefits of mobile technology available…