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43= opinions = cash

From: Antoinette Brennan
Subject: 43= opinions = cash
Date: Mon, 17 May 2004 17:07:01 -0400


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and the den mother but to be part of them you will need more than everyday computer skills. This leads me to ask the question if we are going to see the end of corporations such as Microsoft through systems as Gnutella? To this I think the answer is no. Sure she takes the material computer as an already established actant as her starting point and focuses on software instead of the machine. Her claim depends on the development of graphical user interfaces that made the change possible from modern to post-mode the machine could write another symbol over the present symbol and change the current state. Finally "Turkle sees the computer as an object-to-think-with that is going to bring humanity beyond beast and dreams by the use of bricolage. This is a term she takes from the French anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss (1908-). Bricolage is ""a process of theoretica" how they use surrounding objects to construct theories about life. Piaget discovered that children work as small scientists continually posting and testing theories for how things and the world works. At that time the world was full of things that could b to avoid the possibility that we become mindless enthusiastic participants in a symbolic arena of contemporary culture ruled by political apathy 1 post-modernism and science. What is important is how quasi-objects circulate between the two poles and overcomes the poles making us unable to speak of pure nature or pure culture you can download any program you want connecting directly to another person who is running the service non-humans and technologies. In particular the Internet offers a way to create/expand collectives and exchange/gain knowledge at a speed that has not been present before Lots of theories concerning cyberculture do have a tremendous faith in technologies
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