[iDC] Atoms, Bits, and Ubiquity

Saul Ostrow sostrow at gate.cia.edu
Thu Aug 3 18:50:59 EDT 2006

and I wonder how it effects or effaces our collective sense of Self - or do we believe
this is fixed and does not have to be accounted for in our vision of interacting with
the material world

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From: "patrick lichty" <voyd at voyd.com>
To: "'Khan, Omar'" <omarkhan at ap.buffalo.edu>, <trebor at thing.net>, <idc at bbs.thing.net>
Sent: Thu, 3 Aug 2006 08:58:24 -0500
Subject: [iDC] Atoms, Bits, and Ubiquity

> What I wonder is:
> How does this mesh of communications networks affect our sense of an
> evergent/cybrid architecture (physical/information)?
> How does it affect our social structures, grouping, socioeconomic
> strata?
> How does the evolving physical/informatic 'city' change the way we
> create, dialogue, and collaborate?
> I realize that some of this is already discussed by Mitchell, but I want
> to bring some of this up again to bring our viewpoints in line with this
> move from the screen into space.
> I hope this meets with some of your interests.
> Patrick Lichty
> - Interactive Arts & Media
>   Columbia College, Chicago
> - Editor-In-Chief
>   Intelligent Agent Magazine
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> voyd at voyd.com
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