Month: September 2014

  • Set6_AS_solid

    Love in the era of the internet is complicated

    Sep 21, 2014 8:33pm | by jesse

    Love in the era of the internet is complicated. That should come as a surprise to no one. The desire to find and share our lives with others is never ending, and the power to do so exponentially increases in the digital age. We’re no longer limited to the prospective matches in our village or […]

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    Nothin’s ever free. Read the fine print. Did you just give it away?

    Sep 21, 2014 6:23pm | by jesse

    While it may be absurd to think we will read the complicated legalese that comprise usage agreements and terms of services, we are bound to them anyhow, and from this sweeping social contract the companies behind them make millions. Have you ever stopped to think about how much your data is worth? Take a moment […]

  • "What we experience is real because we have experienced it."

    What does it mean to live in two places simultaneously?

    Sep 21, 2014 6:02pm | by jesse

    What does it mean to live in two places simultaneously? This is a question we could ask the teenager of generations passed who spent their social time on the telephone rather than at the five and dime. Electronic communication and then digital communication has allowed our voice and our imagination to travel elsewhere while the […]

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    Does technology help you, or does it make life more chaotic?

    Sep 10, 2014 9:35pm | by admin

    As a society we’re in an extended period of transition. Only it’s not clear what the transition is, or whether the future we seek is what we’ll get. On the one hand you can offer your personal information to the web in the hopes that it may bring you attention and friends. For some this […]