Welcome to the Wiki!
Welcome to this Wikicliki, sick-o-fancy, jerque-du-cercle of a networking and connection-based order - a self-facilitating media node, if you will. Here is the rhizomatic wikification of various topics about the internet, technology, design, architecture, linguistics and random cultural/theory topics. I am an obsessive autodidact with a fascination for maps, human geography, interactive technology, and languages. I keep this as the ghost of done and to serve as my cultural capital.
"The future is already here. It's just not widely distributed yet." - William Gibson
"Rather than fearing alienation, people should embrace it. It may be the doorway to something more interesting." - JG Ballard
SCHOOL NOTES: Design Interactions
Daily Horoscope for VIRGO, Monday, June 23, 2008, By Rick Levine:
If you aren't sure what you should be doing at work now, don't look to anyone else for your answers. It's likely they will be just as unsure as you. Instead, go back to the basics. Tackle the tasks you have set aside. Keep in mind that you are building foundations for tomorrow and not just acting busy for today.
"We are way out of our depth. We are so far out they won’t even launch a search party when we sink. In this situation, there are two things you can do. You can throw all of your stuff into the air and run screaming from the room, catch a taxi to the airport and never come back again. Or, you can suck it up and pretend you know what you’re doing." - william moss
Be curious. Read widely. Try new things. Say yes to everything. Assume nobody else has any idea what they're doing either. - Aaron Swartz
The criteria for acceptance by the Royal College of Art are talent and potential, along with the commitment and the ambition to make a difference within an art or design discipline
New! A section of book summaries and notes coming up soon because I can't carry all my books with me. Oh, boundless?
- Physical Adjustments in a Changing Landscape, Edited by Avijit Gupta and John Pitts, 1992, Singapore University Press
- The Makers and Keepers of Singapore History, Edited by Loh Kah Seng & Liew Kai Khiun
- Curating and the Educational Turn
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