“Using microchips, proud grandparents threaten to store thousands of images on portable show-and-tell miniscreens”
“The most important Google Glass experience is not the user experience – it’s the experience of everyone else”
“with Silicon Valley at the helm, our life will become one long California highway”
“Is a tweet labor? Is a Facebook post labor?”
“Drone makers have been courting the paparazzi”
“widespread bigotry and rape culture are just as big if not bigger barriers to a free and open Internet as over-zealous copyright laws and bandwidth caps”
“there is no good pre-internet metaphor for what it’s trying to do”
“sources confirmed that the president said “Go get ’em!” and quietly watched the drone fly off into the night sky”
“Drones permit and accelerate new topographies of warfare”
“The Auto-Tune or not Auto-Tune debate always seems to turn into a moralistic one, like somehow you have more integrity if you don’t use it”
“we might someday wonder why our childhood memories are held under DRM”
Nathan is on Twitter [@nathanjurgenson] and Tumblr [nathanjurgenson.com].
We live in a cyborg society. Technology has infiltrated the most fundamental aspects of our lives: social organization, the body, even our self-concepts. This blog chronicles our new, augmented reality.
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